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No Gods No Mattress is a zine by Enola Dismay out of Oakland CA with occasional stints from New Orleans, Pittsburgh PA, and Portland OR. The zine stems from other zines she made including Story of My Life. She often writes from a personal perspective on topics including traveling, squats, feminism, consent, Anarchism, Zines, and underground music such as punk, but especially Goth. The reader is often involved with the growing process that Enola is engaged with as she peppers her harsh experiences with an urge to self love.  She has created 12 issues by late 2010 and often prints a modest run of 150 copies.
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Copies of the zine can be ordered from 3088 King St. Berkeley CA 94703
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Categories: Zines | Zines from the U.S.A. | California Zine | Per Zine | Goth | Punk | 2000's publication | 2010 publication
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