Jeff Koyen

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Jeff Koyen is was born in Parsippany, NJ. He has since lived in Philadelphia, New York City and Prague.
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'''Jeff Koyen''' was born in Parsippany, NJ. He has since lived in Philadelphia, New York City and Prague.
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From 1994-2000, he published the zine [[Crank]]. During that time, he also contributed to [[Factsheet Five]], [[Plotz]], [[Fortean Times]] and other publications. Since then, he has founded the website 100 Words and served as editor for the New York Press. He currently works as a freelance writer and has written an unpublished [[novel]].
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From 1994-2000, he published the [[zine]] [[Crank]]. During that time, he also contributed to [[Factsheet Five]], [[Plotz]], [[Fortean Times]] and other publications. Since then, he has founded the website ''100 Words'' and served as editor for the ''New York Press''. He currently works as a freelance writer.
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For a few months in 2006, Koyen produced ''Lovely Pictures, Terrible Words'', a personal website based on ''100 Words''.
== External Links ==
== External Links ==
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[http://100words.net/cranky The Crank Tomb]
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[http://www.fineorsuperfine.com/crank/ The Crank Tomb]
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[http://www.fineorsuperfine.com/lptw.html The Lovely Pictures, Terrible Words Tomb]
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[http://www.100words.com 100 Words]
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[http://100words.net 100 Words]
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[http://www.zinebook.com/resource/koyen.html "Adventures in the E-Zine Trade" by Jeff Koyen]
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[[Category:Zinester|Koyen]]
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[[Category:Zinester|Koyen]] [[Category:New York Zinesters|Koyen]]

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Jeff Koyen was born in Parsippany, NJ. He has since lived in Philadelphia, New York City and Prague.

From 1994-2000, he published the zine Crank. During that time, he also contributed to Factsheet Five, Plotz, Fortean Times and other publications. Since then, he has founded the website 100 Words and served as editor for the New York Press. He currently works as a freelance writer.

For a few months in 2006, Koyen produced Lovely Pictures, Terrible Words, a personal website based on 100 Words.

External Links

The Crank Tomb

The Lovely Pictures, Terrible Words Tomb

100 Words

"Adventures in the E-Zine Trade" by Jeff Koyen

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