I Hate This Part of Texas

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The title was a line of graffiti the author read at a rest stop in Oklahoma. The zine addresses queer and feminist issues through a number of personal anecdotes. Several issues have addressed [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurricane_Katrina Hurricaine Katrina], notably Issue #7, which was a [[Split zine|split]] with [[Keep Loving Keep Fighting]] #7.
The title was a line of graffiti the author read at a rest stop in Oklahoma. The zine addresses queer and feminist issues through a number of personal anecdotes. Several issues have addressed [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurricane_Katrina Hurricaine Katrina], notably Issue #7, which was a [[Split zine|split]] with [[Keep Loving Keep Fighting]] #7.
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John Gerken was one of the participating zinesters on the ''[[Y'herd Me Zine Tour]]'' of the east coast in November of 2002, reading from '''I Hate This Part of Texas'''. The selections read from the zine were later documented in the [[compilation zine]] [[Y'herd Me]], which included the work of all the touring zinesters.
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I Hate This Part of Texas is a perzine by John Gerken of New Orleans, LA.

The title was a line of graffiti the author read at a rest stop in Oklahoma. The zine addresses queer and feminist issues through a number of personal anecdotes. Several issues have addressed Hurricaine Katrina, notably Issue #7, which was a split with Keep Loving Keep Fighting #7.

John Gerken was one of the participating zinesters on the Y'herd Me Zine Tour of the east coast in November of 2002, reading from I Hate This Part of Texas. The selections read from the zine were later documented in the compilation zine Y'herd Me, which included the work of all the touring zinesters.

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