Selection: "What Do You Know About
the Beatles?" (page 103)
Recent review (from Pathetic
Life): "The Duplex Planet is a tonic for the days I'm
convinced everyone in the world is an asshole. It's a verbatim
chapbook of senior citizens being asked different questions.
Their answers are sometimes rambling or evasive but almost always
Sample: $2.50 from P.O. Box 1230, Saratoga
Springs, NY 12866 (checks: David Greenberger) or order
When did you launch your zine? What inspired you to do
1979. An interest in sketching
in these people I met, for an audience normally not in touch
Why publish a zine?
It was, originally, the most
effective way for me to distribute my work.
Any general tips for aspiring zinesters?
Only do it if you have something
to say. There's a lot out there that are form over content (which
actually also serves a purpose at certain points in one's formative
What's your favorite part of doing a zine?
It's just the medium I use;
it's not the message. I enjoy the variety of hats I get to wear,
from the aesthetics that have evolved for me as an artist doing
this work, to the clerical tasks involved (from typing to mailing)the
range of tasks suits my temperament and personality (as any artistic
In my other life, I'm a:
At this point, most of my
living is derived from Duplex Planet-related endeavorsprimarily
speaking engagements and performances.
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