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The Brave New Tick featured many writers and artists from all around the world.   
 
The Brave New Tick featured many writers and artists from all around the world.   
Here's a few that come to mind:
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Selected Contributors:
  
Delaine Derry Green
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*[[Delaine|Delaine Derry Green]]
Maximum Traffic
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*Maximum Traffic
Brian Duley
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*Brian Duley
Ralph Haselmann
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*Ralph Haselmann
Louie Crew
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*Louie Crew
Dan Stone
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*Dan Stone
Bayard
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*Bayard
Larry Bob
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*[[Larrybob]]
Queer Zine Explosion
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*Roberto Accorti
Roberto Accorti
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Practically everything submitted to the zine was published.
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Practically everything submitted to the [[zine]] was published.
For contact info on Paul N. Dion, visit http://www.tickcentral.com
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==Contact==
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For info on Paul N. Dion, visit http://www.tickcentral.com
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Latest revision as of 14:35, 18 November 2007

The Brave New Tick, originally called Graftographic Press, then The Bloated Tick, and finally, The Brave New Tick, was established 1985 in Grafton, Massachusetts by Paul N. Dion. Graftographic Press was a spin-off of the Graftographic BBS System that was available by 300 baud modem from 1985-1987. Yes, folks, 300 baud.

The Brave New Tick featured many writers and artists from all around the world. Selected Contributors:

Practically everything submitted to the zine was published.

Contact

For info on Paul N. Dion, visit http://www.tickcentral.com