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'''Imaginary Windows''' is a feminist, art and [[perzine]] written by Erin Fae, previously of Brooklyn, NY. As of Sept 2010, she will in Auckland New Zealand.  
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[[Image:Imaginary.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Imaginary Windows'''<br/>Issue 4]]
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'''Imaginary Windows''' is a feminist, art and [[perzine]] written by [[Erin Fae]], previously of Brooklyn, NY. From Sept 2010 - March 2014, she lived in Auckland New Zealand and now divides her time between NYC and AKL.
  
There have been four issues so far, starting in 2002 and most recently in 2009
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Since 2002 there have been six issues published, the most recent issue released in 2013. Erin Fae has written about her love of vintage style, sound art, the work of Tanyth Berkeley, postal movement in New York City, and other topics in her text heavy zines.
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Imaginary Windows no 4 and 6 are still available on Erin's website.
  
  
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
* [http://www.faerygrrrl.com Erin's website (zines still available)]
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* [http://www.erinfae.com Erin's website (zines still available)]
 
* [http://hello-amber.blogspot.com/2009/07/fight-boredom-with-lists-typewriters.html Hello Amber! review of issue 4]
 
* [http://hello-amber.blogspot.com/2009/07/fight-boredom-with-lists-typewriters.html Hello Amber! review of issue 4]
  

Latest revision as of 17:44, 16 January 2018

Imaginary Windows
Issue 4

Imaginary Windows is a feminist, art and perzine written by Erin Fae, previously of Brooklyn, NY. From Sept 2010 - March 2014, she lived in Auckland New Zealand and now divides her time between NYC and AKL.

Since 2002 there have been six issues published, the most recent issue released in 2013. Erin Fae has written about her love of vintage style, sound art, the work of Tanyth Berkeley, postal movement in New York City, and other topics in her text heavy zines.

Imaginary Windows no 4 and 6 are still available on Erin's website.


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