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This  was Mimi's [[perzine]] and focused on issues of gender, race, privilege, class, and the intersections of these issues within a [[Punk|punk rock]] context.  
 
This  was Mimi's [[perzine]] and focused on issues of gender, race, privilege, class, and the intersections of these issues within a [[Punk|punk rock]] context.  
  
After leaving the zine world, Mimi earned her PhD and published numerous articles about technology and culture. She was a regular columnist for [[Punk Planet]] and archives of her writing and current information can be found at www.worsethanqueer.com.  
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After leaving the zine world, Mimi earned her PhD and published numerous articles about technology and culture. She was a regular columnist for [[Punk Planet]] and writer for [[Maximumrocknroll]]. Her long-time website, Worse Than Queer, is no longer around, but archives of her writing and current information can be found at her blog, threadandcircuits.wordpress.com/.
  
 
==External Link==
 
==External Link==
*[http://www.wordethanqueer Mimi Nguyen Archives, writing and current info]
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*[http://threadandcircuits.wordpress.com/ Mimi Nguyen Archives, writing and current info]
  
 
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:1990's publications]][[Category:POC Zine]][[Category:Perzine]][[category:Zines from the U.S.A.]]
 
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:1990's publications]][[Category:POC Zine]][[Category:Perzine]][[category:Zines from the U.S.A.]]

Revision as of 17:54, 24 May 2010

Slander, formerly Slant, is a zine from the 1990's written by Mimi Nguyen.

This was Mimi's perzine and focused on issues of gender, race, privilege, class, and the intersections of these issues within a punk rock context.

After leaving the zine world, Mimi earned her PhD and published numerous articles about technology and culture. She was a regular columnist for Punk Planet and writer for Maximumrocknroll. Her long-time website, Worse Than Queer, is no longer around, but archives of her writing and current information can be found at her blog, threadandcircuits.wordpress.com/.

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