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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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The Moxie 'zine and other artifacts are embedded within the text.
I notice more grrrls asserting themselves and pushing towards change.' (53) Just as feel part of the aforementioned 'zine network', many zinesters experience feminism in the context of a stimulating, empowering and international network.
In the mid-'60s Thornley headed back west and became a major writer for the first modern libertarian 'zine, The Innovator.
These "culture artists," as she calls them, populate and perpetuate the 'zine underground to this day, and their obsessions with the banal (and each other) are largely responsible for their marginalization.
I'm putting these two photo 'zines together, since they came in the same envelope and are produced by a new 'zine publishing house called No Fun Press.
From the folks at Hamburger Eyes comes this photo 'zine, hewing to the darker side of the black and white aesthetic.
This one has a ton of park/ bowl photos, a look at the Altown D1Y park, an ode to the grind (one of the most basic tricks, but they look kill when done right), some 'zine and show reviews, and a write-up of a 1031 demo.
First, don't send me letters asking to send you a 'zine I reviewed, or a catalogue, or for me to write to that one guy who does a 'zine outta Kalamazoo or whatever.
It covers some of the usual 'zine bases: spots and features, some reviews, a comic, some music (Cannabis Corpse?), an interview with the Airspeed folks, and some shreddin'.
It's obvious that there're some pot shots being taken and some inside jokes going over my head, and as a way of settling a grudge, making a 'zine about it might not be the worst thing you can do.
(It's better than being institutionalized, I suppose.) This edition of the infrequently published 'zine has what makes Genetic Disorder one of the most consistently great ones out there: killer writing focused on locally oriented content that has wider appeal.
With the latest edition of Genetic Disorder 'zine comes a CD by tvh, featuring ex-members of Crime (Johnny Strike) and Crucifix (Jimmy Crucifix), but I think there's been some lineup changes since this came out.