Athena Corinna

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'''Athena T.''' was a Manila, Philippines-based zinester who wrote and published zines from 1996 to 2001. Her most widely circulated zines were [[Breakfast]] (1996-1999, also known as [[Took Yr Lollipop]]) and [[Framing Historical Theft]] (2000-2001). She also compiled three issues of a poetry zine, [[Cranberry Filling]] (initially titled [[Grrrl World]]), from 1997-1998, and contributed articles to various compilation zines.
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'''Athena Corinna''' was a zinester based in Manila, Philippines.  
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Athena Corinna wrote and published zines from 1996 to 2001. Her zines included [[Breakfast]] (1996-1999) and [[Framing Historical Theft]] (2000-2001). She also contributed to several compilation zines, including the second issue of [[Evolution of a Race Riot]], Make, and Words That Soak Up Life. Copies of her zines are archived at the Barnard College Zine Library and the Duke University Bingham Center Zine Collection.
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== Zines ==
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=== Zines ===
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* [[Breakfast]] / Took Yr Lollipop (1996-1999)
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* (sTuFf!) (1996)
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* [[Breakfast]] / [[Took Yr Lollipop]] (1996-1999)
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* [[Grrrl World]] / [[Cranberry Filling]] (1997-1998)
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* [[Framing Historical Theft]] (2000-2001)
* [[Framing Historical Theft]] (2000-2001)
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===Contributions===
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*[[Evolution of a Race Riot]]
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*[[Make]]
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*[[Words That Soak Up Life]]
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[[Category:Zinester|A]] [[Category:POC Zinester|A]]

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Athena Corinna was a zinester based in Manila, Philippines.

Athena Corinna wrote and published zines from 1996 to 2001. Her zines included Breakfast (1996-1999) and Framing Historical Theft (2000-2001). She also contributed to several compilation zines, including the second issue of Evolution of a Race Riot, Make, and Words That Soak Up Life. Copies of her zines are archived at the Barnard College Zine Library and the Duke University Bingham Center Zine Collection.

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