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[[Jay Crasdan]] (Born Jeremiah Elliott Crasdan, 1970- ) is a fan writer and zine editor born and raised in Evanston, IL and currently living with his wife, [[M Lloyd]] in Santa Barbara, CA.  
 
[[Jay Crasdan]] (Born Jeremiah Elliott Crasdan, 1970- ) is a fan writer and zine editor born and raised in Evanston, IL and currently living with his wife, [[M Lloyd]] in Santa Barbara, CA.  
  
Jay has published several zines, including [[Stacked Decks]], [[BitchPencil 3D]], [[Forgotten Reminders]] and [[Slap & Tickle]]. He briefly co-edited [[YANKspot]] with [[Chris Garcia]], [[Crass Dandy]] with M Lloyd and [[SaBean MoreL]], and edited a Russian-language music zine called [[RADIOSPIRIT]] for three issues before leaving Russia for Finland in 2007.  
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Jay has published several zines, including [[Stacked Decks]], [[BitchPencil 3D]], [[Forgotten Reminders]] and [[Slap & Tickle]]. He briefly co-edited [[YANKspot]] with [[Chris Garcia]], [[Crass Dandy]] with M Lloyd and [[SaBean MoreL]], and edited a Russian-language music zine called [[RADIOSPIRIT]] for three issues before leaving Russia for Finland in 2007.
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===Zines===
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*[[BitchPencil 3D]]
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*[[Forgotten Reminders]]
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*[[RADIOSPIRIT]]
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*[[Slap $ Tickle]]
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*[[Stacked Decks]]
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*[[YANKspot]]
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===Contributions===
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*[[Journey Planet]]
  
 
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[[Category:California Zinesters|Crasdan, Jay]]
 
[[Category:California Zinesters|Crasdan, Jay]]

Revision as of 19:55, 15 May 2011

Jay Crasdan (Born Jeremiah Elliott Crasdan, 1970- ) is a fan writer and zine editor born and raised in Evanston, IL and currently living with his wife, M Lloyd in Santa Barbara, CA.

Jay has published several zines, including Stacked Decks, BitchPencil 3D, Forgotten Reminders and Slap & Tickle. He briefly co-edited YANKspot with Chris Garcia, Crass Dandy with M Lloyd and SaBean MoreL, and edited a Russian-language music zine called RADIOSPIRIT for three issues before leaving Russia for Finland in 2007.

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Contributions