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DJ Frederick

"I became a folk poet and lit zine editor due to a chance encounter at a supermarket." A short piece about temporary success and temporary failure and finding out who your friends are.

12 pages, half-letter size.

The story of living in a haunted house with a dead pony in the barn and an upstairs full of dog poop before moving into a cabin off-the-grid and moving out right before the first snow. An oddly sweet personal story from long ago by the ever-prolific DJ Frederick.

12 pages, half-letter size.

Dj Fred muses on the state of radio. Some thoughts from radio listeners; Occupy Shortwave; Amateur Radio Hurricane Watch Network saves lives; an interview with Gabriel Syme from The Voice of Next Thursday; an awesome feature on John Peel by Pete Polanyk; and more.

24 pages, half-letter size.

A selection of articles from out of print issues of Paper Radio, plus new pieces on media and radio culture. Highlight: the history of wrist-watch radios!

32 pages, half-legal size.

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A revised second edition! Best feature in this issue: a piece on the Victorian Internet. Totally fascinating. Plus: Pirate radio, shortwave radio, amateur radio and letterpress (awesome!), 20 college stations to listen to, an interview with Alan Maxwell of KIPM, and more.

28 pages, half letter-size.

A revised second edition of the most eclectic  issue of Paper Radio yet! The first broadcast from a train, Space Pirate Radio, radio hero Robert J. Lurtsema, Taylor Swift satire, interview with NH radio legend Ed Brouder (author of Granite & Ether), interview with Darian from Edible Onion, and more.

28 pages, half-letter size.

A great issue of Paper Radio! Within: FCC shutdown of Radio Ronin; BBC Radio past and future; Radio Moscow history; Radio Romania today, a printer's recollections of the songs of his youth from the 40s, 50s, and 60s; Radio Antarctica; and 50 years of Doctor Who.

24 pages, half-letter size, cardstock covers.

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From the little he knows, DJ Frederick pieces together a complicated portrait of his father: a World War II veteran who was secretive, emotionally abusive, a lover of Indian music and member of a Christian Ashram, a singing cowboy the late 1930s. A short zine that is heavy, sweet, and complex.

12 pages, cardstock covers, half-letter size.

The follow-up to All My Fathers, DJ Frederick (Paper Radio, Turntable Operator) gives us what he calls, "memory sketches of my temporary brothers and our misadventures." In a small zine, he asks some big questions and tells some heavy stories.

12 pages, half-letter size.

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Last one! This is the issue where Turntable Operator really comes into its own. My favorite part of this is its interview with Mike Dixon of Olympia's own specialty vinyl label People In a Position to Know Records! An insightful interview with the ever-amusing Mr. Dixon. Plus: a Paper Radio-inspired plea for radio engagement; record reviews; a zine review; and an interview with Joseph Carlough of the Record Collecting zine...[ continued ]