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'''Cristy Road''' is a Cuban-American [[zinester]] and graphic artist originally from Miami and living in [[New York]]. She wrote the [[perzine]] [[Greenzine]] and has published a series of books and [[graphic novel|graphic novels]].
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'''Xerography Debt''' describes itself as "the [[review zine]] with latent [[perzine]] tendencies." It is edited by [[Davida Gypsy Breier]]. All of the reviewers are [[zinester|zinesters]] themselves, and are allowed to write about zines of their choice in the style of their choice. ''Xerography Debt'' also features news and opinions concerning the small press at large.
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In 2012 she released [[Spit and Passion]] (Feminist Press), a graphic novel about surviving the pre-teen closet amidst a homophobic society. Road's prior books include [[Indestructible]] ([[Microcosm Publishing]], 2006), [[Bad Habits]] (Microcosm Publishing, 2008), and [[Distance Makes The Heart Grow Sick]] (Microcosm Publishing, 2007).
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'''Xerography Debt''' had its debut in 1999. Since that first issue, some of the [[writer]]s for the zine have included [[Eric Lyden]], [[Kathy Moseley]], [[Donny Smith]] and [[Jeff Somers]]. In the past, [[Gianni Simone]] has written a column about [[mail art]]. Artists whose work has been featured on the cover include [[Bobby Tran Dale]], [[Matt Fagan]] and [[Androo Robinson]]. Issue twenty-two came out in August of 2007.  
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''Greenzine'' began in 1997 as a Green Day [[fanzine]], but gradually became a [[perzine]] about Road's various homes of Miami and Philadelphia, racism in her communities, the strength of her friends, coming to terms with assault, gender, sexuality, and identity and more. The final issue, #14, was published in 2004. [[Cristy_Road|Read More...]]'''
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Artwork by Cristy Road
Artwork by Cristy Road

Cristy Road is a Cuban-American zinester and graphic artist originally from Miami and living in New York. She wrote the perzine Greenzine and has published a series of books and graphic novels.

In 2012 she released Spit and Passion (Feminist Press), a graphic novel about surviving the pre-teen closet amidst a homophobic society. Road's prior books include Indestructible (Microcosm Publishing, 2006), Bad Habits (Microcosm Publishing, 2008), and Distance Makes The Heart Grow Sick (Microcosm Publishing, 2007).

Greenzine began in 1997 as a Green Day fanzine, but gradually became a perzine about Road's various homes of Miami and Philadelphia, racism in her communities, the strength of her friends, coming to terms with assault, gender, sexuality, and identity and more. The final issue, #14, was published in 2004. Read More...

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