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zine

(1) See e-zine.

(2) (magaZINE) Pronounced "zeen," a zine is a small periodical containing original and/or copied material with a relatively limited circulation. Self-published, zines date back to the 18th century.
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Both books anthologize the "best" writing from the 'zine underground with gushing introductions from respective editors Chip Rowe and R.
Finding a gem of a 'zine after hours of browsing through culture-industry garbage (mainstream and "alternative" alike)is akin to receiving a surprisingly eloquent message in a bottle, or discovering a thrift-store item that's worth more than its weight in kitsch.
Finally, I also got the first issue of Amish skate 'zine.
COLIN KINNIBURGH IS THE 13-YEAR-OLD producer of 2nd Avenue 'zine out of New York City.
What made you decide to do a 'zine in the first place?
Some kind of "conceptual" 'zine here, written in binary code and with photos of the same snack vending machine throughout.
If you haven't figured it out by now this is the music 'zine that's got its finger on the pulse of that new rock and roll music.
A politico-punk 'zine, this one has rants and band interviews including the Gutskirts, The Enemy Myself, and Pretty Faces.
The writing is great and the 'zines are full of material that you can both identify with and laugh at.
Maybe one day everyone will have said all there is to say about this 'zine and its creator, and maybe one day it will be gone, but I say not yet to both.
This is a comic 'zine that doubles as a clip art resume for a freelance illustrator named Rosko.
Well, sure it's a skate 'Zine, but it's also a promotional device for Sole Tech, perhaps in the vein of Santa Crux' old Strange Notes.