Faggo

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'''Faggo''' was a zine by [[Kim Kinakin]] from Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
'''Faggo''' was a zine by [[Kim Kinakin]] from Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
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Released in the early 2000's, Faggo was a queer [[punk]] zine. Kim Kinakin covered the scene in Vancouver and included an interview with queercore band The Skinjobs, and articles on tattoos, touring with a band with a bisexual member, the murder of Aaron Webster, the Castro in San Francisco, a history of the Vancouver queer punk scene, plus stories, poems, and reviews of zines, books and music. Contributors included [[C. Bard Cole]], Jon Ginoli, R. W. Gray, John Hardway, Trish Kelly, [[Larrybob]], Cookie LaWhore, Rebecca Levi, [[Tim Murphy]], Billeh Nickerson, Rufus Poser, and Daryl Vocat.  
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Released in the early 2000's, '''Faggo''' was a queer [[punk]] zine. Kim Kinakin covered the scene in Vancouver and included an interview with queercore band The Skinjobs, and articles on tattoos, touring with a band with a bisexual member, the murder of Aaron Webster, the Castro in San Francisco, a history of the Vancouver queer punk scene, plus stories, poems, and reviews of zines, books and music. Contributors included [[C. Bard Cole]], Jon Ginoli, R. W. Gray, John Hardway, Trish Kelly, [[Larrybob]], Cookie LaWhore, Rebecca Levi, [[Tim Murphy]], Billeh Nickerson, Rufus Poser, and Daryl Vocat.  
==External Link==
==External Link==

Revision as of 07:27, 13 April 2009

Faggo was a zine by Kim Kinakin from Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Released in the early 2000's, Faggo was a queer punk zine. Kim Kinakin covered the scene in Vancouver and included an interview with queercore band The Skinjobs, and articles on tattoos, touring with a band with a bisexual member, the murder of Aaron Webster, the Castro in San Francisco, a history of the Vancouver queer punk scene, plus stories, poems, and reviews of zines, books and music. Contributors included C. Bard Cole, Jon Ginoli, R. W. Gray, John Hardway, Trish Kelly, Larrybob, Cookie LaWhore, Rebecca Levi, Tim Murphy, Billeh Nickerson, Rufus Poser, and Daryl Vocat.

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