Fag School

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'''Fag School''' was a [[zine]] by [[Brontez]] released in the 2000's in Oakland, California, U.S.A.  
'''Fag School''' was a [[zine]] by [[Brontez]] released in the 2000's in Oakland, California, U.S.A.  
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Fag School featured interviews with Alvin Orloff, the author of ''Gutter Boys''; the bands Scream Club, and The Husbands, a photo essay of Brontez's band Young 'n' Hung, and features such as the Fag School Coloring contest, a photo essay entitled "The Life of a Totally Fab Go-Go Boy!...can be yours!", an article on the film ''Arcade trade'' by Samara Halperin, starring Ari Fay-Long and Brontez, and an advice column called "Ask Allison'' by [[Allison Wolfe]].
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Fag School featured interviews with Alvin Orloff, the author of ''Gutter Boys''; the bands Scream Club, and The Husbands, a photo essay of Brontez's band Young 'n' Hung, and features such as the Fag School Coloring contest, a photo essay entitled "The Life of a Totally Fab Go-Go Boy!...can be yours!", an article on the film ''Arcade Trade'' by Samara Halperin, starring Ari Fay-Long and Brontez, and an advice column called "Ask Allison" by [[Allison Wolfe]].
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:California Zines]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:Queer]] [[Category:Punk]]
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:California Zines]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:Queer]] [[Category:Punk]]

Revision as of 23:03, 2 March 2009

Fag School was a zine by Brontez released in the 2000's in Oakland, California, U.S.A.

Fag School featured interviews with Alvin Orloff, the author of Gutter Boys; the bands Scream Club, and The Husbands, a photo essay of Brontez's band Young 'n' Hung, and features such as the Fag School Coloring contest, a photo essay entitled "The Life of a Totally Fab Go-Go Boy!...can be yours!", an article on the film Arcade Trade by Samara Halperin, starring Ari Fay-Long and Brontez, and an advice column called "Ask Allison" by Allison Wolfe.

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