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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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What Yang presents in his summary of curriculum-based science zines goes further than the classroom and curriculum, however, and extends the learning experience for students to a science outreach role as they distribute their zines to friends and family, and through other distribution channels well established in zine communities, such as at coffee shops, through zine distros and zine fairs.
After I started [the zine] Life Sucks, I came across a post on a messageboard about a new zine distro starting up and looking for zines and comics, and eventually figured out what zines were.
While researching this project, we attended zine fests, specifically the Barnard College Feminist Zine Fest and Chicago Zine Fest, and ordered from zine distros. We looked for diverse titles including zines by artists of color, women, and those from the LGBTQ community.
Various online 'zine distros, such as Microcosm, carry collections of it.