Individual Author Record
Name: Anne Elizabeth MoorePen Name: None Genre: Born: in Winner, South Dakota
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Illinois ConnectionMoore currently teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Biographical and Professional InformationAnne Elizabeth Moore is a Fulbright scholar, Truthout columnist, and author. She has seen her work in print since the age of 15, and started her first periodical in 1993 called ''AnneZine''. Co-editor and publisher of now-defunct ''Punk Planet'', founding editor of the ''Best American Comics'' series from Houghton Mifflin, Moore teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and works with young women in Cambodia on independent media projects. While in Cambodia, she teaches self-publishing to first generation feminists in the country self publishing as a way of combating governmental oppression and self-censorship. Her work there inspired her 2011 book, ''Cambodian Grrrl: Self-Publishing in Phnom Penh'', the first in a series of four volumes on independent culture, globalization, and women's rights in Southeast Asia.She travels throughout the globe to lecture on corporate and governmental oppression and freedom of expression.Her work with young women in Southeast Asia has been featured in Time Out Chicago, Make/Shift, Today's Chicago Woman, and Print magazines, and on GritTV and NPR's Worldview. She recently mounted a solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.Moore exhibits her work frequently as conceptual art, has been the subject of two documentary films, and her work appeared on the radio program ''Snap Judgment'' and in the ''Progressive'', ''Bitch'', and on ''Truthout''. She has written for ''The Onion'', ''Feministing'', ''The Stranger'', ''In These Times'', ''The Boston Phoenix'', and ''Tin House''. Lately, Moore has been doing a comics column for Truthout called ''Ladydrawers'', which is based on a participatory research class on the comics industry that she's teaching at the School of the Art Institue. She has twice been noted in the Best American Non-Required Reading series.
- Hey Kidz! Buy This Book: A Radical Primer on Corporate and Governmental Propaganda and Artistic Activism for Short People, Soft Skull Press, 2004Unmarketable: Brandalism, Copyfighting, Mocketing, and the Erosion of Integrity, The New Press, 2007Cambodian Grrrl: Self-Publishing in Phnom Penh, Cantankerous Titles, 2011
Selected Titles At Your Library
Hey, kidz! buy this book :
ISBN: 1932360352. OCLC Number: Soft Skull Press :. [Brooklyn, NY] :. ©2004. Hey Kidz! provides a solid grounding in the current media strategies that target youth as the most sought-after demographic target, and leads readers to the understanding that advertising drives most of everything they experience. The author goes on to explain how youth can tap into an unrealized power through creating their own messaging content and use it to change the world. With an emphasis on community-building, teamwork, historical research, and self-expression, this empowering book is a primer on media activism for young people, their teachers, parents, youth organization leaders, librarians, and activists. It serves as a guide for youth who have a problem with the way the world works but don't yet know how to articulate their demands or how to achieve their goals for world change.
ISBN: 1595581685. OCLC Number: New Press :. New York :. ©2007. For years the do-it-yourself (DIY)/punk underground has worked against the logic of mass production and creative uniformity, disseminating radical ideas and directly making and trading goods and services. But what happens when the underground becomes just another market? What happens when the very tools that the artists and activists have used to build word of mouth are coopted by corporate America? What happens to cultural resistance when it becomes just another marketing platform? Moore examines the corrosive effects of corporate infiltration of the underground. She takes a critical look at the savvy advertising agencies, corporate marketing teams, and branding experts who use DIY techniques to reach a youth market—and at members of the underground who have helped forward corporate agendas through their own artistic, and occasionally activist, projects. From publisher description.
Cambodian grrrl :
ISBN: 1934620890. OCLC Number: Cantankerous Titles,. Portland, Or. :. 2011. Winner of the Bronze Best Travel Book selected by Society of American Travel Writers. In Cambodian Grrrl: Self-Publishing in Phnom Penh, writer and independent publisher Anne Elizabeth Moore brings her experience in the American cultural underground to Cambodia, a country known mostly for the savage extermination of around 2 million of its own under the four-year reign of the Khmer Rouge. Following the publication of her critically acclaimed book Unmarketable and the demise of the magazine she co-published, Punk Planet, and armed with the knowledge that the second generation of genocide survivors in Cambodia had little knowledge of their country's brutal history, Moore disembarked to Southeast Asia hoping to teach young women how to make zines. What she learned instead were brutal truths about women's rights, the politics of corruption, the failures of democracy, the mechanism of globalization, and a profound emotional connection that can only be called love. Moore's fascinating story from the cusp of the global economic meltdown is a look at her time with the first all-women's dormitory in the history of the country, just kilometers away from the notorious Killing Fields. Her tale is a noble one, as heartbreaking as it is hilarious; staunchly ethical yet conflicted and human. The in-depth examination of Moore's stint among the first large group of social-justice-minded young women from the impoverished provinces is told in intimate, mood-evocative, beautifully-written first-person prose. Cambodian Grrrl is the first in a series of short essay collections on contemporary media, art, and educational work by, for, and with young women in Southeast Asia. Part memoir and part investigative report, Moore's story could only be told by her, and the result is illuminating, and vital, reading.