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'''Bite Size''' was a [[one-shot]] [[zine]] published in Seattle, Washington by De.
 
'''Bite Size''' was a [[one-shot]] [[zine]] published in Seattle, Washington by De.

Revision as of 15:43, 13 January 2008

Bite Size was a one-shot zine published in Seattle, Washington by De.

Released in 2000, the zine featured interviews with comic creator Russ Turk; with Alvin, editor of Ugly Boy zine; writing by Charlotte Cooper and Michael LeMar; and articles such as "My Encounter with Captain Sensible"; "Freak Scene: My Life As a Kook Magnet", "Queer Punk: Am I The Only One?" by Sean; "I Was A 1-900 Phone Line Host", "How I Started My Career As A Stalker", a story about a sixth grader meeting Fonzie at a taping of Happy Days, photo and article about the queercore group Tongue Man and more, plus art by Anonymous Boy.

De also did the pop culture zine Sweet Milky Shine.