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The Urban Hermitt is a [[zinester]] well-known for his [[perzine]], ''The Urban Hermitt'', which deals with his ultra-liberal lifestyle and travels in the Pacific Northwest, Northern California, and Hawaii.  
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The Urban Hermitt is a [[zinester]] known for his [[perzine]], ''The Urban Hermitt'', which documents his lifestyle and travels in the Pacific Northwest, Northern California, and Hawaii. He has also contributed to [[The Whirligig]] and [[Slush Pile]].
  
As he states about himself in his book, ''The Flow Chronicles'': "Besides frantically writing the flow of life, the urban hermitt likes to shop at natural foods co-ops, take naps, listen to and perform hip hop, freestyle, skateboard, hug trees, and to be a zine geek."  
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Urban Hermitt formerly indentified as a woman and a lesbian.
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As he states about himself in his book, ''The Flow Chronicles'': "Besides frantically writing the flow of life, the urban hermitt likes to shop at natural foods co-ops, take naps, listen to and perform hip hop, freestyle, skateboard, hug trees, and to be a zine geek." He often ignores traditional grammar and stylistic constraints.
  
 
*[http://www.grrrlzines.net/interviews/urbanhermitt.htm An interview with The Urban Hermitt.]
 
*[http://www.grrrlzines.net/interviews/urbanhermitt.htm An interview with The Urban Hermitt.]

Revision as of 16:07, 10 August 2006

The Urban Hermitt is a zinester known for his perzine, The Urban Hermitt, which documents his lifestyle and travels in the Pacific Northwest, Northern California, and Hawaii. He has also contributed to The Whirligig and Slush Pile.

Urban Hermitt formerly indentified as a woman and a lesbian.

As he states about himself in his book, The Flow Chronicles: "Besides frantically writing the flow of life, the urban hermitt likes to shop at natural foods co-ops, take naps, listen to and perform hip hop, freestyle, skateboard, hug trees, and to be a zine geek." He often ignores traditional grammar and stylistic constraints.