Antipathy

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'''Antipathy''' was a half-sized anarchist-leaning [[perzine]] published out of Eugene, Oregon in the mid-'90s. Editor Mike included a mix of personal stories, politics and music in each issue. Every issue featured stories of Mike's travels, which included train hopping and traveling in Latin America. Other topics addressed were the editor's experiences with prostitution, rants on [[punk]], revolution, liberation, sex, death and much more. Each issue was generally quite thick and packed with entertaining writing.
'''Antipathy''' was a half-sized anarchist-leaning [[perzine]] published out of Eugene, Oregon in the mid-'90s. Editor Mike included a mix of personal stories, politics and music in each issue. Every issue featured stories of Mike's travels, which included train hopping and traveling in Latin America. Other topics addressed were the editor's experiences with prostitution, rants on [[punk]], revolution, liberation, sex, death and much more. Each issue was generally quite thick and packed with entertaining writing.
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'''Antipathy'''  was featured in Volume Six of 2001's [[Zine Yearbook]].
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Antipathy was a half-sized anarchist-leaning perzine published out of Eugene, Oregon in the mid-'90s. Editor Mike included a mix of personal stories, politics and music in each issue. Every issue featured stories of Mike's travels, which included train hopping and traveling in Latin America. Other topics addressed were the editor's experiences with prostitution, rants on punk, revolution, liberation, sex, death and much more. Each issue was generally quite thick and packed with entertaining writing.

Antipathy was featured in Volume Six of 2001's Zine Yearbook.

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