Literary Nonfiction. LGBTQIA Studies. To be part of the most elite Tori Amos tape trading webring of 1998, you've got to be better than the best. This is how teenage Megan Milks sees it as they negotiate 2:1 trades of rare concert audio with some of the most intense Toriphiles the Internet has to offer—as well as navigate fandom friendships haunted with nascent queer meaning. In this new volume of REMEMBER THE INTERNET, Milks leads us through a world of concerts and USEnet meetups, a world just now inventing the rules for being with one another online: bring references, bring blanks.
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Megan Milks is the author of Margaret and the Mystery of the Missing Body and Slug and Other Stories, both forthcoming from Feminist Press.Author City: BROOKLYN, NY USA