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Issue four, edited by Yan and Claire Leiper was the most punkest of the ''Lost Dreams'' zines, again featured contributors from around the world. It was completed in 1999.
 
Issue four, edited by Yan and Claire Leiper was the most punkest of the ''Lost Dreams'' zines, again featured contributors from around the world. It was completed in 1999.
  
The name ''Lost Dreams'' comes from a lyric in a song by anarcho punk band The Mob. The first three zines were printed at Bobprint; in Blackburn Lancashire by Bob on recycled paper, and using coloured ink. Ravenheart also co-edited [[Peace of Mind]] zine with John Womble. The fourthth one was a cut 'n paste zine printed by Andy of [[Bald Cactus]] zine from Leeds.
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The name ''Lost Dreams'' comes from a lyric in a song by anarcho punk band The Mob. The first three zines were printed at Bobprint; in Blackburn Lancashire by Bob on recycled paper, and using coloured ink. Ravenheart also co-edited [[Peace of Mind]] zine with John Womble. The fourth one was a cut 'n paste zine printed by Andy of [[Bald Cactus]] zine from Leeds.
  
 
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Revision as of 13:46, 21 November 2011

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Lost Dreams is a set of four poetry and art zines by editors/authors: Ravenheart - Claire Leiper and Yan Tree.

Issue one was published in late 1980's featuring Raven and Yan's poetry and artwork.

Issue two by editors Ravenheart and Yan featured contributors from around the world, again mainly featuring artwork & poetry.

Issue three, edited by Yan, again featured more contributors.

Issue four, edited by Yan and Claire Leiper was the most punkest of the Lost Dreams zines, again featured contributors from around the world. It was completed in 1999.

The name Lost Dreams comes from a lyric in a song by anarcho punk band The Mob. The first three zines were printed at Bobprint; in Blackburn Lancashire by Bob on recycled paper, and using coloured ink. Ravenheart also co-edited Peace of Mind zine with John Womble. The fourth one was a cut 'n paste zine printed by Andy of Bald Cactus zine from Leeds.

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