Crank

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Crank was a [[zine]] published from 1994-2000 by [[Jeff Koyen]], distinguished by its blunt, humorous writing. It included tutorials on stalking, drunk driving and other antisocial pursuits, along with screeds against suburbanites, anarchists, poets, Philadelphians and others.
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Crank was a [[zine]] published from 1994-2000 by [[Jeff Koyen]], distinguished by its blunt, humorous writing. It included tutorials on stalking, drunk driving and other antisocial pursuits, along with screeds against suburbanites, [[Anarchism|anarchists]], poets, Philadelphians and others.
Later issues became more personal in tone. The final issue (#7) featured a long chronicle of Koyen's then-recent divorce and a compendium of issues #1-#3 with self-deprecating annotations.
Later issues became more personal in tone. The final issue (#7) featured a long chronicle of Koyen's then-recent divorce and a compendium of issues #1-#3 with self-deprecating annotations.
==External Links==
==External Links==
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[http://www.100words.net/cranky/ The Crank Tomb]
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[http://www.fineorsuperfine.com/crank/ The Crank Tomb]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:1990's publications]][[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]]

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Crank was a zine published from 1994-2000 by Jeff Koyen, distinguished by its blunt, humorous writing. It included tutorials on stalking, drunk driving and other antisocial pursuits, along with screeds against suburbanites, anarchists, poets, Philadelphians and others.

Later issues became more personal in tone. The final issue (#7) featured a long chronicle of Koyen's then-recent divorce and a compendium of issues #1-#3 with self-deprecating annotations.

External Links

The Crank Tomb

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