Drew Blood

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Drew Blood (Daniel Drew Bailey) b. May 10, 1958-d. June 2, 1998. [[File:DrewBlood.jpg]]  
Drew Blood (Daniel Drew Bailey) b. May 10, 1958-d. June 2, 1998. [[File:DrewBlood.jpg]]  
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Drew Blood was an underground publisher and author of poetry chapbooks from 1980 until his death in the late 90's on the now infamous [[Drew Blood Press]],Ltd. He was involved in the early days of the LA punk scene and later lived in Riverside, CA where he used his job in the copy shop making syllabus for classes at UC, Riverside to also make copies of poetry chapbooks and broadsides that he would distribute at punk shows, art galleries, poetry readings, record and book stores around Southern California. He also distributed a number of titles and authors through the classifieds of Flipside, Maximum Rock-n-Roll and [[Factsheet Five]]. His press died with him, but he had printed and distributed over 9,000 chapbooks before he passed from health complications resulting from being HIV+ since 1982.  
Drew Blood was an underground publisher and author of poetry chapbooks from 1980 until his death in the late 90's on the now infamous [[Drew Blood Press]],Ltd. He was involved in the early days of the LA punk scene and later lived in Riverside, CA where he used his job in the copy shop making syllabus for classes at UC, Riverside to also make copies of poetry chapbooks and broadsides that he would distribute at punk shows, art galleries, poetry readings, record and book stores around Southern California. He also distributed a number of titles and authors through the classifieds of Flipside, Maximum Rock-n-Roll and [[Factsheet Five]]. His press died with him, but he had printed and distributed over 9,000 chapbooks before he passed from health complications resulting from being HIV+ since 1982.  

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