You Can Work Any 100 Hours Per Week You Want In Your Underwear

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The '''You Can Work Any 100 Hours Per Week You Want (In Your Underwear)!!''' [[zine]] covers the history of the first ten years of [[Microcosm Publishing]], told in graphic detail. Founder [[Joe Biel]], along with past and present co-workers, writes about how they got to where they are today, through working long hours at low (or no) pay.  
The '''You Can Work Any 100 Hours Per Week You Want (In Your Underwear)!!''' [[zine]] covers the history of the first ten years of [[Microcosm Publishing]], told in graphic detail. Founder [[Joe Biel]], along with past and present co-workers, writes about how they got to where they are today, through working long hours at low (or no) pay.  
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The zine journeys through starting out in a bedroom, putting out records, growing, moving to [[Portland]], publishing [[book]]s, growing, moving into an office in [[Liberty Hall]], amassing more [[zine]]s than anyone could ever know what to do with, and more.  
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The zine journeys through starting out in a bedroom, putting out records, growing, moving to [[Portland]], publishing books, growing, moving into an office in [[Liberty Hall]], amassing more [[zine]]s than anyone could ever know what to do with, and more.  
Pieces written by Joe Biel, [[Alex Wrekk]], [[Franco Ortega]], [[Marc Moscato]], [[Siue Moffat]], [[Peter Aaron "Thug" Green]], and more.
Pieces written by Joe Biel, [[Alex Wrekk]], [[Franco Ortega]], [[Marc Moscato]], [[Siue Moffat]], [[Peter Aaron "Thug" Green]], and more.

Revision as of 12:15, 2 July 2009

40 Pages | 1/4 Size | Microcosm #76043
Cover artwork by Alan Lastufka
Cover artwork by Alan Lastufka

The You Can Work Any 100 Hours Per Week You Want (In Your Underwear)!! zine covers the history of the first ten years of Microcosm Publishing, told in graphic detail. Founder Joe Biel, along with past and present co-workers, writes about how they got to where they are today, through working long hours at low (or no) pay.

The zine journeys through starting out in a bedroom, putting out records, growing, moving to Portland, publishing books, growing, moving into an office in Liberty Hall, amassing more zines than anyone could ever know what to do with, and more.

Pieces written by Joe Biel, Alex Wrekk, Franco Ortega, Marc Moscato, Siue Moffat, Peter Aaron "Thug" Green, and more.


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