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The zine's articles documented the goddesses' interests, experiences, and pet peeves at the time.  Examples of articles: an interview with the local Barney the Dinosaur actor, a response to Courtney Love's lyrics, a roadtrip to NYC to see Tori Amos, and bean recipes.
 
The zine's articles documented the goddesses' interests, experiences, and pet peeves at the time.  Examples of articles: an interview with the local Barney the Dinosaur actor, a response to Courtney Love's lyrics, a roadtrip to NYC to see Tori Amos, and bean recipes.
  
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Latest revision as of 01:07, 4 December 2007

Provo-CAT-ive was a humorous zine written in the mid-'90s by two friends who called themselves the Goddess of Venus and the Goddess of Mars, and claimed to lead an interplanetary society. The zine was published in Auburn, Alabama.

The zine's articles documented the goddesses' interests, experiences, and pet peeves at the time. Examples of articles: an interview with the local Barney the Dinosaur actor, a response to Courtney Love's lyrics, a roadtrip to NYC to see Tori Amos, and bean recipes.