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Vanishing Ink No. 20

 

Here are three great resources to learn more about Theresa Duncan's work:

1. You can watch Duncan’s animated film “The History of Glamour” online- it’s an intriguing satire of fashion and fame chock full of great music.

2. You can read about Duncan's diverse interests which included but were not limited to “film, philology, Vietnam War memorabilia, rare and discontinued perfume, book collecting, philately, card and coin tricks, futurism, Napoleon Bonaparte, the history of electricity” on her still-intact blog

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3. You can play all of her original CD-ROM games, which have been restored by Rhizome.org. Hear David Sedaris narrating about going to New York in Chop Suey here.

Vanishing Ink No. 9

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Stripped and taped together like the music fanzines of a bygone era, Vanishing Ink is a modern tribute to punk culture and radio. It’s a podcast. It’s a fanzine. It’s a DIY culture assault. And it's only avaliable via free subscription. Is this your first time here? Catch up.

 

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