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Mr. Longshanks created & edited [[Dreck]] Megazine in Portland in 2005-06 and helped organize the [[Portland Zine Symposium]] for three years, from 2005 till 2008. He self-published the chapbooklet ''What I Really Want Is'' in 2009 before leaving Portland for Maui and then the Bay Area.  
 
Mr. Longshanks created & edited [[Dreck]] Megazine in Portland in 2005-06 and helped organize the [[Portland Zine Symposium]] for three years, from 2005 till 2008. He self-published the chapbooklet ''What I Really Want Is'' in 2009 before leaving Portland for Maui and then the Bay Area.  
  
In December 2011, Longshanks conceived ZiP: Zine in Progress (http://zine.noisebridge.net), a collaborative "megazine" inspired by '''Noisebridge hackerspace''' in San Francisco (https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki), which launched with its inaugural issue in February, 2012. He started ''ZinesFromOuterSpace,'' a discussion group and mailing list for Zino-hackers (or Hackro-zinesters, if you prefer) around the same time.
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In December 2011, Longshanks conceived [[ZiP]]: Zine in Progress (http://zine.noisebridge.net), a collaborative "megazine" inspired by '''Noisebridge hackerspace''' in San Francisco (https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki), which launched with its inaugural issue in February, 2012. He started ''ZinesFromOuterSpace,'' a discussion group and mailing list for Zino-hackers (or Hackro-zinesters, if you prefer) around the same time.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:23, 22 February 2012

Tony Longshanks LeTigre is a zinester, hacker, squatter, author, and journalist from Portland, Oregon, and San Francisco, California, U.S.A.. He is aka Glamortramp, GlamRockTiger, the Whimsical Wizard of ZiP, and a dozen other monikers of varying legitimacy.

Mr. Longshanks created & edited Dreck Megazine in Portland in 2005-06 and helped organize the Portland Zine Symposium for three years, from 2005 till 2008. He self-published the chapbooklet What I Really Want Is in 2009 before leaving Portland for Maui and then the Bay Area.

In December 2011, Longshanks conceived ZiP: Zine in Progress (http://zine.noisebridge.net), a collaborative "megazine" inspired by Noisebridge hackerspace in San Francisco (https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki), which launched with its inaugural issue in February, 2012. He started ZinesFromOuterSpace, a discussion group and mailing list for Zino-hackers (or Hackro-zinesters, if you prefer) around the same time.

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