Zine Mys­tery

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Pre­vi­ously on The Great Zine Mys­tery: The cre­ator of our pre­vi­ous mys­tery came for­ward and asked to re­main anony­mous. So on­wards and up­wards!

Our new mys­tery, The Morn­ing Post: Num­ber 3, was sub­mit­ted by Canzine Van­cou­ver vol­un­teer ex­traor­di­naire Stephanie Duke.

“I picked it up in the hall­way of Scratch Records in Van­cou­ver in the sum­mer of 2001,” Stephanie wrote over email. “It’s writ­ten in a di­ary style, about his life and a girl he likes, An­gela, who gives him a stack of Billy Bragg records. At the end they break up.”

“I want to know what he’s up to these days... Could you imag­ine if some­one ac­tu­ally knew who’s this was?”

So, let’s all help Stephanie solve this Great Zine Mys­tery! Please share and ask around. If you’re the first to cor­rectly iden­tify the zine, or give us the tip that leads us to the an­swer, you’ll earn your­self a brand-spank­ing new Bro­ken Pen­cil sub­scrip­tion!

Have you ever fallen in love with a zine, but had no idea who made it?

Con­tact the Great Zine Mys­tery!

1. Email a zine mys­tery , or any clues about a cur­rent mys­tery zine, to anisa@bro­ken­pen­cil.com

2. Ask your zinester friends to help iden­tify our zines and solve the mys­tery.

3. Use the hash­tag #Zine­mys­tery to share clues.

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