About Michael J. Faris
Assistant Professor of English with research areas in digital literacy, privacy and social media, and queering rhetorics.
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Category Archives: Zines
When I visited my friend Billy from high school while driving through Chicago in June, he gave me some copies of his recent zines (and by recent, I mean within the last few years ago). Billy first introduced me to … Continue reading
“What’s in a Zine? A Public Ancestry of Blogs”:
• I went to New York City last weekend, as I mentioned in my previous post. State College leaves me unfulfilled in so many ways, but mostly it has to do with the lack of people, diversity, good food, interesting … Continue reading
• Ira Socol calls for 2009 to be the year of universal access • New York Magazine has a brief story on gay-related zines out of New York. Towleroad includes links to various zines. I might have to make a … Continue reading