Sage Adderley

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Active in the zine community, Sage is the owner of [[Sweet Candy Distro]], the author of [[Tattooed Memoirs]], [[Hard Knox]], and [[Marked For Life]], as well as editor of the [[compzine]] [[Eye Candy]].  She was briefly a cohost of [[ZINECORE RADIO]], and now has her own radio show, Sweet Candy Radio.
Active in the zine community, Sage is the owner of [[Sweet Candy Distro]], the author of [[Tattooed Memoirs]], [[Hard Knox]], and [[Marked For Life]], as well as editor of the [[compzine]] [[Eye Candy]].  She was briefly a cohost of [[ZINECORE RADIO]], and now has her own radio show, Sweet Candy Radio.
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Sage was born in northern New Jersey and moved to Ohio when she was a toddler. After her parents divorced, Sage's mom moved them to a small town in Georgia. Sage grew up and lived there until she was in her early twenties. She began her career as a professional tattoo artist and took creative writing courses to help fuel her passion for writing. During this time, Sage found zines. In 2004, Sage wrote her first perine, Tattooed Memoirs, and opened up the zine distro, Sweet Candy.
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Sage was born in northern New Jersey and moved to Ohio when she was a toddler. After her parents divorced, Sage's mom moved them to a small town in Georgia. Adderley lived there until she was in her early twenties. She gave birth to her first daughter in 2000 and soon after began her career as a professional tattoo artist.
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In 2007, Sage and her family (ex-husband and two daughters) moved from Georgia to Philadelphia, PA. This is where Sage began to blossom as a zine writer. She continued to run Sweet Candy Distro and opened up an alternative arts center (which included a zine library) in her spacious row home at 4th and Dickinson in South Philly. While living in Philly, Sage tabled the Philly Zine Fest and the NJ Zine Fest while she lived in the area.  
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In 2004, Sage started taking creative writing courses while pregnant with her second daughter. During this time, Sage found zines. Adderley wrote her first perzine, Tattooed Memoirs, and opened up the zine distro, Sweet Candy. Sage hosted several open mic events at a local coffee shop to meet fellow writers and table Sweet Candy Distro.
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In 2007, Adderley and her family (exhusband and two daughters) moved from Georgia to Philadelphia, PA. This is where Sage began to blossom as a zine writer. She continued to run Sweet Candy Distro and opened up an alternative arts center (which included a zine library) in her spacious row home at 4th and Dickinson in South Philly. While living in Philly, Sage tabled the Philly Zine Fest and the NJ Zine Fest.  
She is a tattoo artist, freelance writer, and mother.
She is a tattoo artist, freelance writer, and mother.

Revision as of 05:18, 7 July 2013

Sage Adderley is a distro owner and zinester living in Olympia, Washington U.S.A.

Active in the zine community, Sage is the owner of Sweet Candy Distro, the author of Tattooed Memoirs, Hard Knox, and Marked For Life, as well as editor of the compzine Eye Candy. She was briefly a cohost of ZINECORE RADIO, and now has her own radio show, Sweet Candy Radio.

Sage was born in northern New Jersey and moved to Ohio when she was a toddler. After her parents divorced, Sage's mom moved them to a small town in Georgia. Adderley lived there until she was in her early twenties. She gave birth to her first daughter in 2000 and soon after began her career as a professional tattoo artist.

In 2004, Sage started taking creative writing courses while pregnant with her second daughter. During this time, Sage found zines. Adderley wrote her first perzine, Tattooed Memoirs, and opened up the zine distro, Sweet Candy. Sage hosted several open mic events at a local coffee shop to meet fellow writers and table Sweet Candy Distro.

In 2007, Adderley and her family (exhusband and two daughters) moved from Georgia to Philadelphia, PA. This is where Sage began to blossom as a zine writer. She continued to run Sweet Candy Distro and opened up an alternative arts center (which included a zine library) in her spacious row home at 4th and Dickinson in South Philly. While living in Philly, Sage tabled the Philly Zine Fest and the NJ Zine Fest.

She is a tattoo artist, freelance writer, and mother.

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