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Dan Copulsky, dancopulsky.com, dcopulsky@gmail.com
Sometimes I work and sometimes I do other things. I don't know.

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Sebastian Sommer Interview

Sep. 22nd, 2011 | 10:18 pm

New interview! I think our chat about art, its value, and taste is interesting, but I tend to try to ask questions that I find interesting, and that's somewhat dependent on my tastes.

Sebastian Sommer Interview

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Max Mandax Interview

Jul. 7th, 2011 | 05:49 pm

New interview up at QuestionRiot, with Max Mandax about zines and gender and zines about gender.

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Family Interview About Meat

Jun. 16th, 2011 | 10:44 pm

Family Interview About Meat

I interviewed my family about eating meat. I enjoyed putting this one together a lot. I hope other people enjoy it.

Kat and my Aunts Colleen and Peggy get mentioned by name. My roommate Noah gets referred to also. Some other people get mentioned by name, but I don't think anyone reading this knows them.

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Literary Chicago

Apr. 20th, 2011 | 05:50 pm

tinyurl.com/4upqvow

I made a map of literary things in Chicago, because I thought it was something that ought to exist (and I couldn't find one made by anyone else).

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Poncho Peligroso Interview

Apr. 14th, 2011 | 12:15 pm

I interviewed my friendly acquaintance Poncho about him being the number one google hit for "2011 poet laureate."

BTW: If you are doing something interesting and want to be interviewed about it, let me know.

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Mar. 3rd, 2011 | 11:53 pm

I don't think I've mentioned that I'm 6 weeks (of something like 30) into massage therapy school. I guess I've been a little embarrassed that it's kind of an arbitrary choice of something to pursue. I'm not really sure if I hope this becomes a career or an extra way to make money sometimes or a skill my friends appreciate. I'm doing pretty well in school though.

Tomorrow night I'm giving a little presentation on intentional community at the Mess Hall community space, and in a few weeks at the Chicago Zine Fest I'm leading a workshop on one-page zines (I did about the same workshop at the Milwaukee Fest a few months ago, but Chicago's a good bit bigger of an event). I also have a couple little articles about intentional community coming out in a couple of zines (including one tied to the event tomorrow), and I'm hopping to put together a little zine about intentional community to distribute at the Chicago Zine Fest.

I've also still been working at Marbles: The Brain Store. I've been working for our online store for a couple of months (originally I'd been working for a retail shop). I'm in school three days a week and working three days a week. I'm pretty much a shipping and receiving clerk, except my job is in some ways way better than that sounds because there are only three of us who work for the online store and my boss and coworker are great and the environment is pretty casual.

I find it pretty crazy that is almost Friday. And that it is March. And that I've been out of college for getting closer and closer to two years.

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K.C. Interview

Jan. 6th, 2011 | 01:07 pm

Your basic questions about medical school answered! And my question about colds and flus being sexually transmittable answered too! A new interview!

K.C. Interview

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New Interview

Dec. 9th, 2010 | 09:41 pm

Joe Biel Interview

Joe Biel is one of the folks behind Microcosm Publishing, a collective that prints and distributes zines, books, shirts, stickers, and more. They sell online and through their store in Portland.

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Christopher Wilde Interview

Dec. 2nd, 2010 | 07:52 am

Christopher Wilde Interview

Christopher Wilde is one of the folks behind the Queer Zine Archive Project (QZAP), an effort to build a free online collection of zines by queer people and about queer subjects. A zine is a self-published booklet or magazine, and QZAP preserves digital copies of these works.

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