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'''Nicole J. Georges''' is a [[zinester]], artist and musician who lives in [[Portland Oregon]] and works at the [[Independent Publishing Resource Center]].
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'''Stolen Sharpie Revolution''': A DIY Resource for Zines and Zine Culture is written by [[Alex Wrekk]]. A comprehensive guide to [[DIY]], [[Zine|zines]], and zine publishing, Stolen Sharpie Revolution provides a plethora of practical tips and resources, making it an invaluable bible of resources for zinemakers new and veteran to the craft. It is mostly presented in a [[Cut and Paste|cut-and-paste]] layout evocative of zines.  
  
She is the author of the [[zine]] [[Invincible Summer]], an autobiographical mixture of [[comics]], writing and illustrations.
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The book include sections for zine making tips, zine layout and printing, [[zinester]] etiquette, promotion, distribution, mailing, the zine community, zine events, zines and the Internet, and dealing with incarcerated individuals, plus skill shares on block printing, binding, paper-making, and mail art. Stolen Sharpie Revolution also includes a comprehensive appendix of [[List_of_Zine_Libraries|zine libraries]], [[List_of_Distros|distros and stores]], review zines, and online zine resources.
Nicole is a founder of the [[Portland Zine Symposium]], and an organizer of the [[Midwest Underground Media Symposium]].  
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Originating in Kansas City, Georges moved to Portland, OR in 2000 and started Invincible Summer with caffeine and free time as motivators.
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Stolen Sharpie Revolution 2

Stolen Sharpie Revolution: A DIY Resource for Zines and Zine Culture is written by Alex Wrekk. A comprehensive guide to DIY, zines, and zine publishing, Stolen Sharpie Revolution provides a plethora of practical tips and resources, making it an invaluable bible of resources for zinemakers new and veteran to the craft. It is mostly presented in a cut-and-paste layout evocative of zines.

The book include sections for zine making tips, zine layout and printing, zinester etiquette, promotion, distribution, mailing, the zine community, zine events, zines and the Internet, and dealing with incarcerated individuals, plus skill shares on block printing, binding, paper-making, and mail art. Stolen Sharpie Revolution also includes a comprehensive appendix of zine libraries, distros and stores, review zines, and online zine resources.

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