Stephanie Scarborough

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In 2003, Stephanie began her own distro. It went through a couple of name changes but is now called [[Whammy Industries]]. The distros carries zines; there is a special focus on food-related zines, but other zine themes are included as well, particularly craft-related and [[DIY]] zines.  The distro also carries buttons, magnets and mirrors.   
In 2003, Stephanie began her own distro. It went through a couple of name changes but is now called [[Whammy Industries]]. The distros carries zines; there is a special focus on food-related zines, but other zine themes are included as well, particularly craft-related and [[DIY]] zines.  The distro also carries buttons, magnets and mirrors.   
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In 2005,  she began publishing a [[perzine]] called [[Crapulescence]]. The second issue came out in 2006. At this time she also created a zine called [[Free, Blonde and 21]], subtitled "A Mary Beth Hughes Zine", devoted to the actress Mary Beth Hughes.
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In 2005,  she began publishing a [[perzine]] called [[Crapulescence]]. The second issue came out in 2006. At this time she also created a zine called [[Free, Blonde and 21]], subtitled "A Mary Beth Hughes Zine", devoted to the 1940's B-movie actress Mary Beth Hughes.
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==Zines==

Revision as of 20:00, 1 June 2007

Stephanie Scarborough is a zinester from Fort Worth, Texas.

Stephanie' s first zine was The Cheap Vegan, a monthly food-related zine. Eighteen issues were released between August 2002 and November 2004.

In 2003, Stephanie began her own distro. It went through a couple of name changes but is now called Whammy Industries. The distros carries zines; there is a special focus on food-related zines, but other zine themes are included as well, particularly craft-related and DIY zines. The distro also carries buttons, magnets and mirrors.

In 2005, she began publishing a perzine called Crapulescence. The second issue came out in 2006. At this time she also created a zine called Free, Blonde and 21, subtitled "A Mary Beth Hughes Zine", devoted to the 1940's B-movie actress Mary Beth Hughes.

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