Grrrl Noire

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'''Grrrl Noire''' (first three issues as "Girl Noire") is a political [[perzine]]  by [[Kim Riot]] who currently resides in [[San Diego]], CA.
'''Grrrl Noire''' (first three issues as "Girl Noire") is a political [[perzine]]  by [[Kim Riot]] who currently resides in [[San Diego]], CA.
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Kim Riot started publishing Grrrl Noire in 2001, after a long hiatus from [[zine]] making.  Currently, the zine run is eight issues, typically about one a year.  Topics usually include life as a post-punk, eco-activism, [[anarchism]], and body image.  The style is [[cut-n-paste]] with a multitude of collage and visual elements mixed with text.  Most of the later issues utilize a manual [[typewriter]].
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Kim Riot started publishing Grrrl Noire in 2001, after a long hiatus from [[zine]] making.  Currently, the zine run is eight issues, typically about one a year.  Topics usually include life as a post-punk, eco-activism, [[anarchism]], and body image.  The style is [[cut-n-paste]] with a multitude of collage and visual elements mixed with text.  Most of the later issues utilize a manual typewriter.
[[Category:Zine|Grrrl Noire]] [[Category:Perzine]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:California Zines]] [[Category: Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:Anarchist]]
[[Category:Zine|Grrrl Noire]] [[Category:Perzine]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:California Zines]] [[Category: Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:Anarchist]]

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Grrrl Noire (first three issues as "Girl Noire") is a political perzine by Kim Riot who currently resides in San Diego, CA.

Kim Riot started publishing Grrrl Noire in 2001, after a long hiatus from zine making. Currently, the zine run is eight issues, typically about one a year. Topics usually include life as a post-punk, eco-activism, anarchism, and body image. The style is cut-n-paste with a multitude of collage and visual elements mixed with text. Most of the later issues utilize a manual typewriter.

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