Small Town Loser

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(Small Town Loser is a punk zine from Logan, WV)
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One satirical piece titled "The 6.9 Commandments of Jebus" in issue #3 angered local school officials.  The zine was banned from being sold on Logan county school property, and Stewart was permanently banned from using any school copy facilities, including that of the public library.  A lack of copy facilities and funds led to the zine's demise.
One satirical piece titled "The 6.9 Commandments of Jebus" in issue #3 angered local school officials.  The zine was banned from being sold on Logan county school property, and Stewart was permanently banned from using any school copy facilities, including that of the public library.  A lack of copy facilities and funds led to the zine's demise.
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Small Town Loser spanned seven issues from September 2000 to May 2002.  It  had a [[copy and past]] 8.5 inch by 5.5 inch [[layout]]. A CD-ROM anthology of all the issues as well as unprinted articles and promotional material was released in May 2002.   
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Small Town Loser spanned seven issues from September 2000 to May 2002.  It  had a [[copy and paste]] 8.5 inch by 5.5 inch [[layout]]. A CD-ROM anthology of all the issues as well as unprinted articles and promotional material was released in May 2002.   
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Revision as of 00:12, 8 December 2006

Small Town Loser is a now defunct zine written by Alexis Stewart that chronicled the small town punk scene in Logan, WV. It was originally titled Agent Orange but was convinced to change its name by a button maker.

Small Town Loser contained interviews with West Virginia punk bands as well as political articles, poetry, record and zine reviews, satire, and musings on local events.

One satirical piece titled "The 6.9 Commandments of Jebus" in issue #3 angered local school officials. The zine was banned from being sold on Logan county school property, and Stewart was permanently banned from using any school copy facilities, including that of the public library. A lack of copy facilities and funds led to the zine's demise.

Small Town Loser spanned seven issues from September 2000 to May 2002. It had a copy and paste 8.5 inch by 5.5 inch layout. A CD-ROM anthology of all the issues as well as unprinted articles and promotional material was released in May 2002.

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