Muckefuck

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'''Muckefuck''' was a collaborative zine made in 2004 by some of the residents in a squatted terrain in the Dutch village of Teuge. As part of an ongoing series of Sunday workshops, [[Mujinga (zinester)|Mujinga]] gave a short presentation on what a zine is and how to make one, then the six participants made an A5 zine which was produced in an edition of twenty. The title is a German word, meaning a coffee-substitute, made of malt or chicoree-roots.
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'''Muckefuck''' was a collaborative [[zine]] made in 2004 by some of the residents in a squatted terrain on the Dutch village of Teuge. As part of an ongoing series of Sunday workshops, [[Mujinga (zinester)|Mujinga]] gave a short presentation on what a zine is and how to make one, then the six participants made an A5 zine which was produced in an edition of twenty copies. Each person made at least one page. The title is a German word, meaning a coffee-substitute, made of malt or chicoree-roots.
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Muckefuck was a collaborative zine made in 2004 by some of the residents in a squatted terrain on the Dutch village of Teuge. As part of an ongoing series of Sunday workshops, Mujinga gave a short presentation on what a zine is and how to make one, then the six participants made an A5 zine which was produced in an edition of twenty copies. Each person made at least one page. The title is a German word, meaning a coffee-substitute, made of malt or chicoree-roots.

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