Positron

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'''Positron''' was a zine by Sean Capote, published in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
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'''Positron''' was a zine by Sean Capone, published in various States of the U.S.A.
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Released in the 1990's, '''Positron''' was a [[hardcore]], [[veganism|vegan]], [[Straight Edge|straight edge]] zine when it first appeared. During the course of the zine's run, editor Sean Capone also began writing about the dynamics of being queer in the hardcore scene.  
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Released in the 1990's, '''Positron''' was a [[hardcore]], [[veganism|vegan]], [[Straight Edge|straight edge]] zine when it first appeared. Editor Sean Capone writes about reinventing straight edge as anti-consumerist. During the course of the zine's run, he 'came out' publicly in the pages of his zine and began writing about the dynamics of being queer in the hardcore scene. Besides being a straight edge zine, he announced in the article "Queer Not Beer", "For the record, also, it IS queer fucking edge". '''Positron''' was one of the publications selected for inclusion in issue six of [[Outpunk]]'s [[Compzine|compilation]] of queer zines.
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'''Psitron featured interviews with the bands Desiderata, Downcast, Worlds Collide, and zine editor and musician [[Sam McPheeter]].
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Sean Capone, along with Jason, editor of [[Kill The Robot]], and Scott, editor of [[Let Me Live]], formed the queer, straight edge collective "homoXpos" during this time.
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'''Positron''' issue two featured interviews with the bands Desiderata, Downcast, Worlds Collide, and zine editor and musician [[Sam McPheeters]].
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'''Positron''' issue three featured an interview with the band Spitboy.
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Positron later featured Sean Capone's photos of live shows of hardcore bands.
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==External links==
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*[http://www.flickr.com/people/17024142@N04/ PositronPunkPix by Sean Capone]
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Positron was a zine by Sean Capone, published in various States of the U.S.A.

Released in the 1990's, Positron was a hardcore, vegan, straight edge zine when it first appeared. Editor Sean Capone writes about reinventing straight edge as anti-consumerist. During the course of the zine's run, he 'came out' publicly in the pages of his zine and began writing about the dynamics of being queer in the hardcore scene. Besides being a straight edge zine, he announced in the article "Queer Not Beer", "For the record, also, it IS queer fucking edge". Positron was one of the publications selected for inclusion in issue six of Outpunk's compilation of queer zines.

Sean Capone, along with Jason, editor of Kill The Robot, and Scott, editor of Let Me Live, formed the queer, straight edge collective "homoXpos" during this time.

Positron issue two featured interviews with the bands Desiderata, Downcast, Worlds Collide, and zine editor and musician Sam McPheeters.

Positron issue three featured an interview with the band Spitboy.

Positron later featured Sean Capone's photos of live shows of hardcore bands.

External links

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