Date: Tue, 18 Feb 1997 13:51:55 -0800 (PST)

Youth zine editors on KUCI

Irvine -- The editors of "Multi-Anti," a radical zine distributed to high school youth, are interviewed on this evening's edition of "Subversity." Laguna Hills High students Jeff Streed and John Murphy will be interviewed by show host Dan Tsang on KUCI, 88.9 FM, from 5-6 p.m. today, February 18, 1997.

Multi-Anti started in 1995 and is now in its fifth issue. The Laguna Hills-based quarterly has been banned in two schools. The zine includes political rants, comix, poetry, essays and reviews. Much of the content is reprinted from progressive groups' leaflets and publications. The centerfold in the latest issue (Fall, 1996, vol. II, issue 1) is Emiliano Zapata, holding a rifle. The theme: the struggle of indigenous peoples. The zine seeks contributions, but "nothing sexist/racist/homphobic, please."

The editors have also compiled a Multi-Anti Fanzine Compilation tape of local bands. Bands include: Abstain, The Dogs, Tear Gas Pin-Up, Plaid Monkey, War Subvert, Armistice, A Net full o' Cellos, Nuclear Society, Longfellow, GASP, The Procrastinators, Quaranteen, ESL, Pack Ratz, Resist and Exist, and Ardinger. MA also sells progressive T-shirts. Tape proceeds help not only the zine but also local grassroot organizations, incl. ARDAC, AYF, and Food Not Bombs.

Listeners can call (714) 824-KUCI to chat with the guests during the show. Previous shows are listed (two available in audio) on the Web:

For more information, contact Tsang at (714) 824-4978 or via e-mail at: