The life and times of Mavis McKenzie

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'''The life and times of Mavis McKenzie''' (1995-) in this [[zine]] from Melbourne, VIC, Australia the editor, 'Jason', pretends he is an elderly woman, Mavis McKenzie. Mavis sends ridiculous enquiries and outrageous opinion letters to celebrities, local councils, and businesses exercising her civic duty. The responses are often hilarious, showing up the inanity of many bureaucracies systems and celebrity culture, and enables 'Jason' to critique current events and to make fun of "the never-ending procession of dumb celebrities and companies" - 'Jason'.  
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'''The life and times of Mavis McKenzie''' (1996-) in this [[zine]] from Melbourne, VIC, Australia the editor, 'Jason', pretends he is an elderly woman, Mavis McKenzie. Mavis sends ridiculous enquiries and outrageous opinion letters to celebrities, local councils, and businesses exercising her civic duty. The responses are often hilarious, showing up the inanity of many bureaucracies systems and celebrity culture, and enables 'Jason' to critique current events and to make fun of "the never-ending procession of dumb celebrities and companies" - 'Jason'.  
==Contact==
==Contact==
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*[[Cutnpaste]] exhibition catalogue, page 28.
*[[Cutnpaste]] exhibition catalogue, page 28.
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==External Links==
==External Links==

Revision as of 04:27, 16 February 2009

The life and times of Mavis McKenzie #1 (January 1996)
The life and times of Mavis McKenzie #1 (January 1996)

The life and times of Mavis McKenzie (1996-) in this zine from Melbourne, VIC, Australia the editor, 'Jason', pretends he is an elderly woman, Mavis McKenzie. Mavis sends ridiculous enquiries and outrageous opinion letters to celebrities, local councils, and businesses exercising her civic duty. The responses are often hilarious, showing up the inanity of many bureaucracies systems and celebrity culture, and enables 'Jason' to critique current events and to make fun of "the never-ending procession of dumb celebrities and companies" - 'Jason'.

Contact

PO BOX 222 East Brunswick Victoria 3057 Australia

References

The life and times of Mavis McKenzie #38 (August 2007)
The life and times of Mavis McKenzie #38 (August 2007)

External Links

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