Out Your Backdoor

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'''Out Your Backdoor''' is a Michigan based [[zine]] done by [[Jeff Potter]].
'''Out Your Backdoor''' is a Michigan based [[zine]] done by [[Jeff Potter]].
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It started in the 1990's and has continued to be published in the 2000's. Its focus is more for the older crowd and features articles on bicycle culture, traditional outdoor activities like skiing, snowshoeing and canoeing, simple living, supporting local businesses, homebrew, travel, etc. Early issues also featured a zine review section.
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It started in 1991 and continues to be published. Its focus is multi-generational and family-friendly indie outdoor culture, featuring articles on bicycle culture, traditional outdoor activities like XC skiing, snowshoeing and canoeing, simple living, supporting local businesses, homebrew, cheap travel, etc. Early issues also featured a zine review section. OYB grew to 84 pages in 2005 with national distribution. Today its paper presence is on a direct-order basis and as an ezine with 1000+ articles.
==External Link==
==External Link==
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[http://www.outyourbackdoor.com/index.php Out Your Backdoor]
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* [http://www.outyourbackdoor.com/index.php Out Your Backdoor Official Site]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Michigan Zines]] [[Category:1990's publications]] [[Category:2000's publications]]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:Michigan Zines]] [[Category:1990's publications]] [[Category:2000's publications]]

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Issue #7
Issue #7

Out Your Backdoor is a Michigan based zine done by Jeff Potter.

It started in 1991 and continues to be published. Its focus is multi-generational and family-friendly indie outdoor culture, featuring articles on bicycle culture, traditional outdoor activities like XC skiing, snowshoeing and canoeing, simple living, supporting local businesses, homebrew, cheap travel, etc. Early issues also featured a zine review section. OYB grew to 84 pages in 2005 with national distribution. Today its paper presence is on a direct-order basis and as an ezine with 1000+ articles.

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