Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Brown is a visual artist, musician, and writer. He moved to Lawrence to attend the University of Kansas in the Fall of 1986. In his undergraduate years at KU, he contributed to the campus magazine Disorientation, eventually becoming its layout and arts editor. After graduating, he co-founded the zine Listening Post from 1992-1995. Brown left Lawrence for Austin, Texas in 1999, where lived until 2010. During that time, he co-founded the art gallery/collective Okay Mountain. After a three year stint in California to attend graduate school, Brown returned to the Midwest in 2013, where he currently teaches at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, Kansas City Art Institute, and Johnson County Community College. He continues to make personal zines and uses the zine format to teach aspects of drawing and comics at these institutions.
Source: Tim Brown
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The Zine Collection was established with the first donation to LaBudde Special Collections in December 2015, after the Kansas City Zine Convention 2015. Comprising multiple individually-named series, the Zine Collection contains hundreds of magazines representing local and national underground/DIY culture, dating 1970s-2020s.