Mike Appelstein

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From 1985-1991, '''Mike Appelstein''' published eight issues of [[Writer's Block]]. The last issue featured a journal from the International Pop Underground convention in Olympia, WA.  
From 1985-1991, '''Mike Appelstein''' published eight issues of [[Writer's Block]]. The last issue featured a journal from the International Pop Underground convention in Olympia, WA.  
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Following the demise of [[Writer's Block]], Appelstein published seven issues of the music zine [[Caught In Flux]], the last of which appeared in March of 1999.  
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Following the demise of [[Writer's Block]], Appelstein published seven issues of the music zine [[Caught in Flux]], the last of which appeared in March of 1999.  
'''Mike Appelstein''' has also created an extensive discography of the '''Young Marble Giants'''. His weblog ''Frum With Privileges'' documents a failed attempt to live an Orthodox Jewish lifestyle.  
'''Mike Appelstein''' has also created an extensive discography of the '''Young Marble Giants'''. His weblog ''Frum With Privileges'' documents a failed attempt to live an Orthodox Jewish lifestyle.  

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Mike Appelstein is a New York native, currently living in Seattle.

From 1985-1991, Mike Appelstein published eight issues of Writer's Block. The last issue featured a journal from the International Pop Underground convention in Olympia, WA.

Following the demise of Writer's Block, Appelstein published seven issues of the music zine Caught in Flux, the last of which appeared in March of 1999.

Mike Appelstein has also created an extensive discography of the Young Marble Giants. His weblog Frum With Privileges documents a failed attempt to live an Orthodox Jewish lifestyle.

In the mid-1990's Appelstein worked for VH1, a cable television network. He is currently attending law school at St. Louis University.

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