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[[Tracey Mitchell]] is a writer & artist in her spare time and a full time thinker, agitator and educator. She has published [[On Edge]], a compilation zine about mental health issues since 2005. She also recently published a zine called "Plastics: In Lieu of Cap & Gown" about her experience as a university undergrad studying History and Sociology.  
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[[Tracey Mitchell]] is a [[writer]] and artist in her spare time and a full time thinker, agitator and educator. She has published [[On Edge]], a [[compilation zine]] about mental health issues since 2005. She also recently published a zine called "Plastics: In Lieu of Cap & Gown" about her experience as a university undergrad studying History and Sociology.  
  
 
Through her paid employment with Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation, Tracey is also an organizer of a zine/comic training in Saskatchewan, where she lives, called [[Youth for International Development - Do It Yourself (YID-DIY)]].  
 
Through her paid employment with Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation, Tracey is also an organizer of a zine/comic training in Saskatchewan, where she lives, called [[Youth for International Development - Do It Yourself (YID-DIY)]].  
  
Aside from her zine projects and work, Tracey loves reading fiction and non, theatre (especially forum theatre), music & dancing! Tracey has lots of big plans to publish more and contribute to some of her favorite zines in the coming year!
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Aside from her zine projects and work, Tracey loves reading fiction and non, theatre (especially forum theatre), music & dancing. Tracey has lots of big plans to publish more and contribute to some of her favorite zines in the coming year.
  
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Revision as of 05:07, 25 August 2007

Tracey Mitchell is a writer and artist in her spare time and a full time thinker, agitator and educator. She has published On Edge, a compilation zine about mental health issues since 2005. She also recently published a zine called "Plastics: In Lieu of Cap & Gown" about her experience as a university undergrad studying History and Sociology.

Through her paid employment with Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation, Tracey is also an organizer of a zine/comic training in Saskatchewan, where she lives, called Youth for International Development - Do It Yourself (YID-DIY).

Aside from her zine projects and work, Tracey loves reading fiction and non, theatre (especially forum theatre), music & dancing. Tracey has lots of big plans to publish more and contribute to some of her favorite zines in the coming year.