Shawna Kenney

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Shawna Kenney is  a [[zinester]] and the author of the award-winning memoir, ''I Was a Teenage Dominatrix'' (Last Gasp), which has been translated abroad and optioned for film.  
Shawna Kenney is  a [[zinester]] and the author of the award-winning memoir, ''I Was a Teenage Dominatrix'' (Last Gasp), which has been translated abroad and optioned for film.  
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In the 1980's she was co-editor, with [[Pam Hite]], of [[No Scene Zine]]. This Washington D.C. [[punk]] zine ran from 1986 to 1989, during which time it featured interviews with a host of punk groups. Hite and  Kenney also contributed scene reports and photos to [[Maximum Rock N Roll]] from the Maryland, Virginia and Washington areas. The two women also put on all-ages shows under the name No Scene.
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In the 1980's she was co-editor, with [[Pam Hite]], of [[No Scene Zine]]. This Washington D.C. [[punk]] zine ran from 1986 to 1989, during which time it featured interviews with a host of punk groups. Hite and  Kenney also contributed scene reports and photos to [[Maximum Rock N Roll]] from the Maryland, Virginia and Washington areas. The two women also put on all-ages matinee shows under the name "No Scene Zine Presents..."
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===Zine===
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* [[No Scene Zine]]
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===Contributions===
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* [[Maximum Rock 'N' Roll]]
==External Link==
==External Link==
For more info see: www.shawnakenney.com
For more info see: www.shawnakenney.com
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[[Category:Author|Kenney, Shawna]] [[Category:Zinester]][[Category:Punk Zinesters]]
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[[Category:Author|Kenney, Shawna]] [[Category:Zinester|Kenney]][[Category:Punk Zinesters|Kenney]]

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Shawna Kenney is a zinester and the author of the award-winning memoir, I Was a Teenage Dominatrix (Last Gasp), which has been translated abroad and optioned for film.

In the 1980's she was co-editor, with Pam Hite, of No Scene Zine. This Washington D.C. punk zine ran from 1986 to 1989, during which time it featured interviews with a host of punk groups. Hite and Kenney also contributed scene reports and photos to Maximum Rock N Roll from the Maryland, Virginia and Washington areas. The two women also put on all-ages matinee shows under the name "No Scene Zine Presents..."

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External Link

For more info see: www.shawnakenney.com

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