Woofah Magazine

During Audio Poverty at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Diana McCarty asked John Eden to talk about freaky work with fanzines, dj culture, pirate radio and the future of free production on Hausradio. Eden traces a history of bashing out photo copied zines in print runs of 50, the joy of finding the internet and blogging and going back to print and the vinyl revival. A self-proclaimed freak, Eden covers the economics of his work and when it makes sense (or not) to professionalize. He writes about everything from Pyschogeography, punk, reggae, dubstep and politrix. His texts are on his blog at Uncarved and in independently produced magazine, Woofah.

http://audiopoverty.de/
http://www.uncarved.org/
http://www.woofahmag.com/

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