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Zine Philosophy

Zines don't need philosophy By Matthew Firth The idea of zine "philosophy" strikes me as an oxymoron. Zines, for me, are about doing, about jumping in hea...
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Zine Philosophy

By Buffy Goodman In hindsight, it's probably a good thing 1-800-FUCKWIT never saw the light of day. I think I found zines the same way everyone else did. It ...
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Deleted Zines

Digging the dirt on ex-zinesters By Nathaniel G. Moore Deleted in this issue: Edmonton's Mark McCawley and, more specifically, Urban Graffiti Mark McCa...
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Editor’s Note

By Lindsay Gibb I've always had a problem with food. In grade school I used to give away my lunch every day and if I ate anything it was just the crackers th...
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Deleted Zines

Digging the dirt on ex-zinesters By Nathaniel G. Moore "When I was six or seven I had a subscription to Owl magazine," Carpenter begins, taking her time i...
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Zine Philosophy

Why I write cookzines By jae steele or me, "it all vegan" six years ago on a little herb farm in Nova Scotia, when I fell in love with a vegan. He was cha...
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Editor’s Note

By Anna Bowness I wasn't being objective or disinterested when I devised the theme of this issue. I was, at the time of its conception, already starting to g...
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Zine Philosophy

By Nadja Martens It was late in the night, or rather early in the morning that my mother and I arrived at Penn Station. We walked into a deadly silent large ...
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Deleted Zines

Digging the dirt on ex-zinesters By Nathaniel G. Moore "Do you remember the 1990's?" That's the first thing out of my mouth when I meet up with my deleted...

Editor’s Note

By Lindsay Gibb As the new editor of an independent art magazine I find myself feeling guilty. The guilt stems from my love for some things that are brought ...