File 13

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File 13 was an account of Stewart's teenage life, much in the style of a blog before blogging became popular.  Although the overall tone of the zine was light-hearted and humorous, it often dealt with dark issues such as poverty, domestic abuse, foster care, social anxiety disorder, and death.   
File 13 was an account of Stewart's teenage life, much in the style of a blog before blogging became popular.  Although the overall tone of the zine was light-hearted and humorous, it often dealt with dark issues such as poverty, domestic abuse, foster care, social anxiety disorder, and death.   
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File 13 had a half-size computerized layout. The cover used old family photographs and 1920s era clipart.  The inside was text-only and included an introduction, a mini-biography of Stewart, and a final "outro" that summed up the issue with a photograph and a song lyrics. It spanned seven issues from May 2002 to July 2003.   
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File 13 had a quarter-size computerized layout. The cover used old family photographs and 1920s era clipart.  The inside was text-only and included an introduction, a mini-biography of Stewart, and a final "outro" that summed up the issue with a photograph and a song lyrics. It spanned seven issues from May 2002 to July 2003.   
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File 13 is a now defunct perzine written by Alexis Stewart.

File 13 was an account of Stewart's teenage life, much in the style of a blog before blogging became popular. Although the overall tone of the zine was light-hearted and humorous, it often dealt with dark issues such as poverty, domestic abuse, foster care, social anxiety disorder, and death.

File 13 had a quarter-size computerized layout. The cover used old family photographs and 1920s era clipart. The inside was text-only and included an introduction, a mini-biography of Stewart, and a final "outro" that summed up the issue with a photograph and a song lyrics. It spanned seven issues from May 2002 to July 2003.

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