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"Love this zine. Liam "Idiot" Warfield sends us some good gay love from his new hometown of Berlin with this Chicago-homo-centric follow up to last year's Secret Beach #1. Warfield's reporting balances journalistic frankness and honest awe for his subjects - this round Andy Thayer, Elijah Burgher, and the band ONO. Well done and heartfelt. -EF"

- quimbys.com
 
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clpzines | Dec 9, 2011 |
"This raging queer party bangs it off with an extensive article about former Seattle street musician/Krist Novaselic collaborator Yva Las Vegass, followed by one on the queer photography of Jerry Pritikin, then a wild story about the queer antics in the mayor's office, and finally a remembrance of Caroline Jaffe. Each presented in longform journalistic format, this zine truly ups the ante for what can be expected on photocopied pages, including a level of analysis and subject matter that escapes the usual intellectual ghetto plaguing zinedom!"

- http://microcosmpublishing.com
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clpzines | Feb 17, 2012 |
"Secret Beach is a new cool zine out of Chicago, and it's a little hard to describe. It's edited by Liam Warfield, with contributed articles by Eleanor Balson and Aaron Smith, and honestly, it reminds me of something Aaron might make. Liam helped put out the Chicago newspaper Skeleton News until it folded, and then attempted to have some of his stories published in mainstream publications. He found that experience frustrating, alienating, and ultimately chose to self-publish some of those pieces here in this zine instead. The first article is a lengthy biography of a Chicago musician named CJ, who wrote and performed her songs, despite a long history of illness. It's an inspirational story for weirdos everywhere. Drinking With The Wizard is all about an afternoon spent at a wizarding seminar. Swinging in the Streets is a great piece on a New Orleans band the Loose Marbles, who play on the streets of N.O. Aaron Smith's article, The Maw, is about trying to keep up and buy in to what the rest of society is doing, but feeling unfulfilled as a result. And finally, Eleanor Balson writes about the thoughts and adventures of an injured bee."

- http://microcosmpublishing.com
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clpzines | Feb 17, 2012 |

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Obras
4
Membros
58
Popularidade
#284,346
Resenhas
3
ISBNs
2

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