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===2006 Planners===
 
===2006 Planners===
 
* [[Franco Ortega]] ([[BURNT]] zine)
 
* [[Franco Ortega]] ([[BURNT]] zine)
* Gillian ([[Don't Stop (Stop)]] zine)
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* [[Gillian Beck]] ([[Don't Stop (Stop)]] zine)
* [[Lani Schreibstein]]
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* [[Lani Schreibstein]] ([[pdxwords.com]])
 
* [[Sarah Swingset]] ([[Swing Set Girl]] zine)
 
* [[Sarah Swingset]] ([[Swing Set Girl]] zine)
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* [[Theresa Elisabeth]] ([[Can't Stop The World zine]])
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* [[Tony Le Tigre]] ([[Dreck zine]])
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* [[Jim Withington]] ([[Statue of Liberty Play zine]])
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* [[Philip Cheaney]] ([[www.sirphilipjames.com]])
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* [[Shelley Pearson]] ([[The Independent Kitten zine]])
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* [[Webly Bowles]] ([[Touched by an Anvil zine]])
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* [[Nate Beaty]] ([[Brainfag zine]])
 
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Revision as of 13:55, 15 August 2006

PDX Zine Symposium 2004 theme

The Portland Zine Symposium is one of the largest annual zine events in the United States. The event, held in Portland, OR, each summer, is free and open to the public and includes workshops on a wide variety of topics relating to zines, independent media and DIY skills. The symposium is organized by Portland State University.

History

2006 Planners

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