Bluestockings Zine Reading Extravaganza

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The '''Bluestockings Zine Reading Extravaganza''' is a periodic event in which zinesters get together to read their work at [[Bluestocking Books]]. The first extravaganza took place on March 25, 2007, and featured 10 [[zinesters]] from NYC, upstate NY, and NJ.<BR><BR>
The '''Bluestockings Zine Reading Extravaganza''' is a periodic event in which zinesters get together to read their work at [[Bluestocking Books]]. The first extravaganza took place on March 25, 2007, and featured 10 [[zinesters]] from NYC, upstate NY, and NJ.<BR><BR>
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The second extravaganza took place on June 10, 2007, and featured readers from Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx. Zinesters read pieces that covered women in prison, the whiteness in folk music, bad dates, losing a close friend, movie reviews, journal entries, and humor.
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The second extravaganza took place on June 10, 2007, and featured readers from Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx. Zinesters read pieces that covered women in prison, the whiteness in folk music, bad dates, losing a close friend, movie reviews, journal entries, and humor.<BR><BR>
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The next reading is scheduled to take place fall 2007.
==Zinesters Who Have Read==
==Zinesters Who Have Read==

Revision as of 02:56, 12 June 2007

The Bluestockings Zine Reading Extravaganza is a periodic event in which zinesters get together to read their work at Bluestocking Books. The first extravaganza took place on March 25, 2007, and featured 10 zinesters from NYC, upstate NY, and NJ.

The second extravaganza took place on June 10, 2007, and featured readers from Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx. Zinesters read pieces that covered women in prison, the whiteness in folk music, bad dates, losing a close friend, movie reviews, journal entries, and humor.

The next reading is scheduled to take place fall 2007.

Zinesters Who Have Read

June 10, 2007

March 25, 2007

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