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Suburban Blight is a zine about politics, current events, and underground culture.

The first issue came out in the summer of 2004, and new issues are released about 3 times per year. Many types of pieces have appeared in the zine, including news articles on local activism; theoretical essays on radical politics; book, zine, and music reviews; and cartoons.

Steph, the writer of Suburban Blight, initially began the zine when she was living in the suburbs of North Jersey and felt that she needed an outlet to deal with the lack of intelligent dialogue that exists in the 'burbs. Today, Steph no longer lives in the suburbs, but continues to write her zine.

On March 25, 2007, Steph was one of the zinesters who participated in the Bluestockings Zine Reading Extravaganza, where she read from Suburban Blight.


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