Quitter

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Quitter is a zine by [[Trace]], from Wilmington, North Carolina. Quitter is a work of creative non-fiction, taking snippets of Trace's life and tying them into larger themes of work, food politics, anti-civilization, anarchism, and other such things.  Quitter is quarter page.  Early print runs were photocopied while later runs were laser printed inside with screen printed covers.
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'''Quitter''' is a [[zine]] by [[Trace]], from Wilmington, North Carolina. Quitter is a work of creative non-fiction, taking snippets of Trace's life and tying them into larger themes of work, food politics, anti-civilization, [[anarchism]], and other such things.  Quitter is quarter page.  Early print runs were photocopied while later runs were laser printed inside with screen printed covers.
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A review of Quitter #3 from Underground Press (Zine World):
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A review of Quitter #3 from [[Zine World]]:
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"Quitter #3: Through a series of images expanded into personal vignettes, Trace tells the story of a child becoming an adult in a world increasingly more complicated and disturbing. Simple counting becomes the foundation of a culture that treats everything like machines. Told from a dark and accusing 'we' POV, this seems to be a lament for the future of the human race. Pocket-sized, hand-cut with a heavy stock, silkscreened cover. Tastes like: smoke bomb."
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''Quitter #3: Through a series of images expanded into personal vignettes, Trace tells the story of a child becoming an adult in a world increasingly more complicated and disturbing. Simple counting becomes the foundation of a culture that treats everything like machines. Told from a dark and accusing 'we' POV, this seems to be a lament for the future of the human race. Pocket-sized, hand-cut with a heavy stock, silkscreened cover. Tastes like: smoke bomb.''
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There are currently three issues of Quitter, all released in 2005.  Trace is currently working on Quitter #4.
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Three issues of Quitter were released in 2005.  Quitter #4 was released May 10, 2007.  It was hand-cut, with a card stock, laser printed cover.  Trace is currently working on a book anthology, which will include Quitter #5, due out in early 2008.
Trace compiled and wrote for the zine [[pAwn]] in 2001/2002 and was editor of the online literary zine [[Wilmington Blues]] from 1999 to 2004.
Trace compiled and wrote for the zine [[pAwn]] in 2001/2002 and was editor of the online literary zine [[Wilmington Blues]] from 1999 to 2004.
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Quitter is a zine by Trace, from Wilmington, North Carolina. Quitter is a work of creative non-fiction, taking snippets of Trace's life and tying them into larger themes of work, food politics, anti-civilization, anarchism, and other such things. Quitter is quarter page. Early print runs were photocopied while later runs were laser printed inside with screen printed covers.

A review of Quitter #3 from Zine World:

Quitter #3: Through a series of images expanded into personal vignettes, Trace tells the story of a child becoming an adult in a world increasingly more complicated and disturbing. Simple counting becomes the foundation of a culture that treats everything like machines. Told from a dark and accusing 'we' POV, this seems to be a lament for the future of the human race. Pocket-sized, hand-cut with a heavy stock, silkscreened cover. Tastes like: smoke bomb.

Three issues of Quitter were released in 2005. Quitter #4 was released May 10, 2007. It was hand-cut, with a card stock, laser printed cover. Trace is currently working on a book anthology, which will include Quitter #5, due out in early 2008.

Trace compiled and wrote for the zine pAwn in 2001/2002 and was editor of the online literary zine Wilmington Blues from 1999 to 2004.

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