Koo Koo

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'''Koo Koo''' is a zine by [[Lois]], published in the 1990's.  
'''Koo Koo''' is a zine by [[Lois]], published in the 1990's.  
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Koo Koo is a small [[perzine]], done in the [[Cut and apster|cut and paste]] manner and photocopied. Along with collage and stories, there are instructions on how to Butterfly Kiss, with a demonstration picture of Lois taken in a photo booth, a peom entitled ''The Dogs'' by Jean Smith. Originally written in 1987 for Puncture magazine who wouldn't opuiblish it,  an essay on women in music and a call for a quiet revolution of women musicians.  
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Koo Koo is a small [[perzine]], done in the [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]] manner and photocopied. Along with collage and stories, there are instructions on how to Butterfly Kiss, with a demonstration picture of Lois taken in a photo booth, a peom entitled ''The Dogs'' by Jean Smith. Originally written in 1987 for Puncture magazine who wouldn't opuiblish it,  an essay on women in music and a call for a quiet revolution of women musicians.  
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:1990's publications]]
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:1990's publications]]

Revision as of 07:12, 20 March 2009

Koo Koo is a zine by Lois, published in the 1990's.

Koo Koo is a small perzine, done in the cut and paste manner and photocopied. Along with collage and stories, there are instructions on how to Butterfly Kiss, with a demonstration picture of Lois taken in a photo booth, a peom entitled The Dogs by Jean Smith. Originally written in 1987 for Puncture magazine who wouldn't opuiblish it, an essay on women in music and a call for a quiet revolution of women musicians.

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