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'''Bad Hair Day''' is a zine created by Sarah Johnson in January, 2007.  
 
'''Bad Hair Day''' is a zine created by Sarah Johnson in January, 2007.  
  
    While the zine tends not to have a particular focus, articles on feminism and other types of oppression  
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    <nowiki> While the zine tends not to have a particular focus, articles on feminism and other types of oppression  
 
can be found in the issues. However, not all of the essays are about prejudice. Some are just rants, raves,  
 
can be found in the issues. However, not all of the essays are about prejudice. Some are just rants, raves,  
 
reviews, etc. It features artwork and free-style writing as well.  
 
reviews, etc. It features artwork and free-style writing as well.  
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computer, resized to a quarter of a page and then reprinted out to be copied and cut and assembled for the readers.
 
computer, resized to a quarter of a page and then reprinted out to be copied and cut and assembled for the readers.
 
     For more information, or for ordering information visit the site below.
 
     For more information, or for ordering information visit the site below.
 
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Revision as of 04:38, 4 January 2007

Bad Hair Day is a zine created by Sarah Johnson in January, 2007.

    While the zine tends not to have a particular focus, articles on feminism and other types of oppression 
can be found in the issues. However, not all of the essays are about prejudice. Some are just rants, raves, 
reviews, etc. It features artwork and free-style writing as well. 
     BHD is about a quarter of a page in size but has few to many pages, depending on the issue. Almost every
 issue is made solely by Sarah Johnson. The pages are taken from her BAD HAIR DAY notebook, scanned into the 
computer, resized to a quarter of a page and then reprinted out to be copied and cut and assembled for the readers.
     For more information, or for ordering information visit the site below.



    Sarah Johnson also puts out the e-zine GREEN FILES which can be found here.