The Nearsighted Revolution

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This zine was written by Christie Gorman Shaw from 1995-1998.  There were 3 issues.  
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'''The Nearsighted Revolution''' was written by [[Christie Gorman Shaw]] from 1994 till 1998.  There were 3 issues.  
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The zine had charming, funny and touching stories from people who are nearsighted.  It was meant to make people feel proud of wearing glasses!
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The zine had charming, funny and touching stories from people who are nearsighted.  It was intended to make people feel proud of wearing glasses.
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The zine focused on indie music reviews, especially those of the cassette underground (Union Pole Records, Shrimper, Bobby J, Charlie McAlister).   
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The zine focused on indie music reviews, especially those of the cassette underground such as Union Pole Records, Shrimper, Bobby J, and Charlie McAlister.   
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Other zines by the same author included Miscellaneous and Refreshing Times Flow Gently, with Missy Kulik of Pocket zine.
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Other zines by the same author included [[Miscellaneous]] and [[Refreshing Times Flow Gently]], with [[Missy Kulik]] of [[Pocket]] zine.
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The Nearsighted Revolution was written by Christie Gorman Shaw from 1994 till 1998. There were 3 issues.

The zine had charming, funny and touching stories from people who are nearsighted. It was intended to make people feel proud of wearing glasses.

The zine focused on indie music reviews, especially those of the cassette underground such as Union Pole Records, Shrimper, Bobby J, and Charlie McAlister.

Other zines by the same author included Miscellaneous and Refreshing Times Flow Gently, with Missy Kulik of Pocket zine.

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