My First Zine

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My First Zine was written by my daughter, Alyssa, as a limited edition of 50 copies which were sold at the London Zine Symposium in 2010.
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'''My First Zine''' was written by five year old Alyssa, as a limited edition of 50 copies which were sold at the [[London Zine Symposium]] in 2010.
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She is just 5 years old and the zine had drawings, pictures stuck in, writing and was all about her having some creative fun.
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The zine had drawings, pictures stuck in, writing and was all about her having some creative fun.
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The zine was sold for donations, all funds were donated to her school for a new interactive whiteboard.  In total she raised £19.74 for the 50 zines. A second issue of the zine has also been published.  
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The zine was sold for donations, all funds were donated to her school for a new interactive whiteboard.  In total she raised £19.74 for the 50 zines.
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Alyssa is the daughter of Mr T, the editor of [[Lights Go Out]] zine.
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Thanks to everyone who donated and we hope you enjoyed the zine.
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I (her Dad) write Lights Go Out Zine (www.lightsgoout.co.uk)
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*[http://www.lightsgoout.co.uk Lights Go Out Zine]
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Update - there is also a second issue of My First Zine now and we are hoping there will be more in the future - start them young as a zinester eh!
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My First Zine was written by five year old Alyssa, as a limited edition of 50 copies which were sold at the London Zine Symposium in 2010.

The zine had drawings, pictures stuck in, writing and was all about her having some creative fun. The zine was sold for donations, all funds were donated to her school for a new interactive whiteboard. In total she raised £19.74 for the 50 zines. A second issue of the zine has also been published.

Alyssa is the daughter of Mr T, the editor of Lights Go Out zine.

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