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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 in Ethnic Studies at UC Berkeley and published numerous articles about digital technologies, queer subcultures, and war and refugee studies. She also co-edited Alien Encounters: Popular Culture in Asian America (Duke University Press, 2007). She was a regular columnist for Punk Planet and writer and shitworker 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 personal blog, and the collaborative research blog,

Slant was featured in Volume 3 of Zine Yearbook from 1998.

Excerpts from Slant were featured in the anthology The Riot Grrrl Collection, published in 2013 by The Feminist Press.

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