Don't Say Uh-Oh

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'''Don't Say Uh-Oh''' was a zine edited by [[Maria Goodman]].
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'''Don't Say Uh-Oh''' was a zine edited by [[Maria Goodman]] from Wyoming, Michigan, U.S.A.
Maria was inspired to begin ''Don't Say Uh-Oh'' as a collection of personal stories and drawings.  It eventually became known as a zine of lists, since Maria often found that writing about one experience triggered her memory for related incidents or topics.
Maria was inspired to begin ''Don't Say Uh-Oh'' as a collection of personal stories and drawings.  It eventually became known as a zine of lists, since Maria often found that writing about one experience triggered her memory for related incidents or topics.
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* [http://www.angelfire.com/poetry/love2020/zinereviewermariagoodman.html Text of the R. Seth Friedman review]
* [http://www.angelfire.com/poetry/love2020/zinereviewermariagoodman.html Text of the R. Seth Friedman review]
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Don't Say Uh-Oh was a zine edited by Maria Goodman from Wyoming, Michigan, U.S.A.

Maria was inspired to begin Don't Say Uh-Oh as a collection of personal stories and drawings. It eventually became known as a zine of lists, since Maria often found that writing about one experience triggered her memory for related incidents or topics.

R. Seth Friedman's June 1996 review of the zine for Wired.com was very complimentary, describing it as "consistently entertaining."

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