Yenta Monad Memorial Journal

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(New page: Yenta Monad Memorial Journal (1978) only saw one issue - a one-page mimeographed zine - and that was it. YMMJ is memorable basically as an experimental zine that John Purcell produced ...)
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[[Yenta Monad Memorial Journal]] (1978) only saw one issue - a one-page mimeographed zine - and that was it. YMMJ is memorable basically as an experimental zine that John Purcell produced with a $10 mimeo purchased from a Goodwill store in St. Paul, Minnesota.
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'''Yenta Monad Memorial Journal'''  was a [[zine]] created in 1978 by [[John Purcell]].
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''Yenta Monad Memorial Journal'' only saw one issue - a one-page mimeographed zine - and that was it.  
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It is memorable basically as an experimental zine that John Purcell produced with a $10 mimeo machine purchased from a Goodwill store in St. Paul, Minnesota.
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:1970's publications]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]]

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Yenta Monad Memorial Journal was a zine created in 1978 by John Purcell.

Yenta Monad Memorial Journal only saw one issue - a one-page mimeographed zine - and that was it. It is memorable basically as an experimental zine that John Purcell produced with a $10 mimeo machine purchased from a Goodwill store in St. Paul, Minnesota.

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