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  eFanzines.com
Tesseract was the fanzine of the University of Illinois (at Chicago) Science Fiction Society.
The 15th annual gathering of SF fanzine fans was held in Toronto, 18-20 October 2002..
The upcoming 18th annual gathering of SF fanzine fans, to be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 14-16 October 2005.
www.efanzines.com   (2339 words)

  
 FANZINE
The Fanzine poetry series is hosted by Thom Donovan.
Since 2003, CAConard and a band of Philly poets have coedited the blog, PhillySound.
Here's a chapter from Sylvester's debut novel, the forthcoming Ten Minute Wait about "a secret society of waiters on the brink of exposure, a mistranslation that triggers a city-wide kitchen staff revolt, and a desperate downtown poet-waiter type who accidentally becomes famous off a silly pomo gag." Art by Danny Jock.
www.thefanzine.com   (673 words)

  
 MySpace.com - FANZINE - LONDON, UK - Alternative / Rock / Lyrical - www.myspace.com/fanzinemusic
FANZINE - a new music and performance night on the second Sunday of every month at The Vauxhall Griffin.
Each month, FANZINE pays tribute to a classic pop or cult rock performer, featuring guest spots from some of London’s finest singers, poets and performers and floorspots throughout the night so you can join in too.
Entry to FANZINE is £5.00 on the door or £4.00 in advance - to add your name to the £4.00 guestlist, simply message us with your name, email address and mobile number, or email
www.myspace.com /fanzinemusic   (943 words)

  
 Funny stuff from John Fanzine | Funny animations, sick and twisted humour, animated jokes, humor and funny junk. Funny ...
John Fanzine is a funny website featuring funny animations, satire, animated jokes and sick and twisted humour.
It also includes funny advertisements, comedy TV listings, sick jokes, satirical news stories, funny flash animation and various other assorted bits of surreal, silly and/or downright weird humor.
No one called John was harmed, nor indeed involved, during the making of this fanzine.
www.johnfanzine.com   (246 words)

  
 MySpace.com - BP Fanzine - 65 - Female - LONDON/Manchester, South - www.myspace.com/bizarreprostitution
MySpace.com - BP Fanzine - 65 - Female - LONDON/Manchester, South - www.myspace.com/bizarreprostitution
BP Fanzine's Latest Blog Entry [Subscribe to this Blog]
Plenty of harmonies, hand claps and guitar taps make for another band to add to the list of super fun bands being produced in Liverpool at the moment.
www.myspace.com /bizarreprostitution   (1332 words)

  
  fanzine: Blogs, Photos, Videos and more on Technorati
fanzine: Blogs, Photos, Videos and more on Technorati
Blog posts tagged fanzine per day for the past 30 days.
Share it with your friends so they can read it and vote on it!
technorati.com /tag/fanzine   (481 words)

  
  National Library of Australia - Susan Smith-Clarke Fanzine Collection
Her Beyond Antares, for long the official fanzine of the club Astrex, became one of the longest running Star Trek publications in the country.
The SF fanzine was, and still is, different to those publications called fanzines by cataloguers today.
As it became obvious that many fans were followers of more than one programme, fanzines began to be produced, mostly by individuals, but still a collection of creative writing and artwork, dealing with a mixture of programmes/films etc. They were called 'mixed' or 'multi' media fanzines.
www.nla.gov.au /collect/s-clarke.html   (1713 words)

  
  SF Citations for OED
Subscription fanzines blossomed thereafter at a quickening rate, and in 1937 came the newsie and around 1940 the individ fanzine.
The advertising value of fanzines to promags is negligible, for the simple reason that anyone in sufficient contact with STF to read fanmags knows all about the prozines.
Fanzines are, as their name implies, magazines put out by fans.
www.jessesword.com /sf/view/186   (860 words)

  
  The Fanzine Dissertation - The Development of Fanzines and the Establishment of a Fanzine Culture
My appraisal of fanzine history is only a brief outline of the relevant changes throughout their development as has impact upon music fanzines, but is still necessary in providing a background to the establishment of fanzines and an understanding of how fanzines' current situation came to be established.
In addition to this, fanzines are a particularly unstable area, particularly due their reliance solely on the interest of the publisher; if they have no wish to produce further issues, perhaps even after their initial issue, then the fanzine will just cease to be.
The theory is that any fanzine writer who is concentrating on his or her audience is not being true to the music they are covering and are just as susceptible to the corruption of content as anything existing in the mainstream.
www.lundwood.u-net.com /fandissy/fdhist.html   (4564 words)

  
  Fanzine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A fanzine (see also: zine) is a nonprofessional publication produced by fans of a particular subject for the pleasure of others who share their interest.
Early fanzines were hand-drafted or typed on a manual typewriter and printed using primitive reproduction techniques (e.g., the spirit duplicator or even the hectograph).
The punk explosion in the United Kingdom led to a massive upsurge of interest in fanzines as an alternative to the mainstream media that was felt to be too exploitative, capitalist, and essentially uninterested in the Punk Movement and the concerns of disaffected youth.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fanzine   (1815 words)

  
 Flipside (fanzine) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Flipside was a punk rock fanzine published in Los Angeles, California from 1977 - 2001.
As one of the first and longest running US punk rock fanzines, this publication extensively chronicled the world of independent and underground music during this era.
Flipside fanzine put on a Burning Man-style festival, in California's Mojave Desert at a location known as Jawbone Canyon for several years during the mid 1990s.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Flipside_(fanzine)   (223 words)

  
 FANZINE
PC: I don’t like to make cultural generalizations, but in general, the Thais that we’ve played the music for tend to greet it with a detached head scratch, whereas Cambodians are much more excited that you’re singing their words.
Some of them are actual classics and others are classics because of the ephemeral nature of the music industry over there, which deems a pop hit from 2002 a classic simply because it’s already forgotten over there.
FANZINE: Your born-again Christian Desert Storm veteran National Guardsmen white supremacist alter ego rock group, the White Ring, had a legendary September 11th tribute show.
www.thefanzine.com /sections.php?s=music&id=15&a=articles   (3165 words)

  
 Fanzine
fanzine (see also: zine) is a nonprofessional publication produced by fan of a particular cultural phenomenon (such as a literary or musical genre) for the pleasure of others who share their interest.
Some fanzines have evolved into professional publications (sometimes known as "prozines"), and many professional writers were first published in fanzines; some continue to contribute to them after establishing a professional reputation.
The term fanzine is sometimes confused with "fan magazine", but the latter term most often refers to commercially-produced publications.
www.buzznet.com /tags/fanzine   (257 words)

  
 purevolume™ | Error Humano fanzine
Los primeros 2 numeros del fanzine se agotan y quedan muy pocos en venta.
He publicado un fanzine completamente vegano, 8 paginas de informacion, collage, recortes y fotos sobre explotacion y especismo.
Ambos fanzines (hardcore y vegano) llevan el mismo nombre porque pertenecen al mismo proyecto Error Humano.
www.purevolume.com /errorhumanofanzine   (182 words)

  
 Corflu 14 - What is Corflu?
The long tradition of fanzine publishing has accrued many bits of on-going folklore and in-jokes, such as the fhannish 'h', as in 'bheer' and 'ghod' and the establishment of Roscoe as the patron saint of fanzines (that svelte surfer on our main page is Roscoe himself).
There are runs of fanzines renowned for the quality of their writing, such as Slant, Hyphen, Warhoon, and Grue.
Most fanzines, of course, were and are published on paper, but a few have made the daring leap to the web world.
www.hidden-knowledge.com /corflu/whatis.htm   (589 words)

  
 WORK:Fanzine Writing For Profit
Fanzine writing and publishing as we knew it is now very nearly a thing of the past.
FROM KAREN MACLEOD -- editor of the Sime~Gen fanzine Companion in Zeor which is the one of 5 or so Sime~Gen paper-zines to survive to live on the Web, still posting whole novels, stories, artworks, poems, recipes and commentary by fans.
I'm fond of the paper fanzines, for the memories of freezing in winter, and roasting in summer to do the mimeographing.
www.simegen.com /school/workshop/WORKfanzinewritingforprofit.html   (3681 words)

  
 The Kittywompus Fanzine Log
E-zines tend to be more frequent than paper fanzines (there is one I get weekly), and I decided that the best solution was a separate page for e-zines.
Fanzines most recently received are at the top of the list.
Fanzines and flyers played a large part in the process, eventually focussing on Mike Rosenblum's Futurian War Digest (FIDO), which became a distribution centre for many fannish outpourings.
www.kittywompus.com /fanzines/reviews   (2201 words)

  
 Nineteen Eighty Four Fanzine - Online
The fanzine is a big hit on the terraces of Dalymount, with 225 copies sold of the last issue (issue nine).
The fanzine is an alternative look at Bohemian F.C and cheaply priced €1.50, very reasonable as many people think it is a better read than the €2 official programme.
The fanzine also contains a lot of articles written by other Bohs fans and the lads are always on the look out for new writers, so if you’re interested contact them using the ‘contact’ button on the left of this page.
www.iolfree.ie /~bohsfans/fanzine/home.htm   (195 words)

  
 BRITISH FANZINE BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1931-1990
This bibliography concentrates on fanzines devoted to written Science Fiction and to the fandom associated with it.
DEFINITION OF 'SF' FANZINE: The question of what constitutes an 'SF fanzine' as opposed to a 'fantasy' or 'comics' or 'horror' or 'Tolkien' or similar fanzine has been left to common sense or the editor's own prejudices.
The term 'fanzine' was coined by US fan Louis Russell Chauvenet circa 1940 and swiftly superceded the older term.
www.fiawol.demon.co.uk /biblio   (1440 words)

  
 interviews@austinlive.com - Fanzine   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Yes, we generally build a song around a single groove, or riff, and Adam writes most of the lyrics.
The band is entirely independent, and has been for over three years.
FANZINE is a bunch of entertainers who happen to be good musicians.
www.austinlive.com /sxsw2000/interviews/fanzine.htm   (474 words)

  
 Fanzine – Music at Last.fm   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Fanzine isn’t yet available to play on Last.fm radio.
Music Journals on Last.fm You can be the first person to write a journal about Fanzine.
Fanzine might not be making music anymore, but if they are, you can help keep other users informed by adding new events when they're announced.
www.last.fm /music/Fanzine   (244 words)

  
 The Dutch go Duran International Fanzine - Official Web Presence
We've had a truly wonderful time doing this, but our enthusiasm to spend large amounts of our time on the fanzine is declining.
We’ve always done our best to produce well-written fanzines which are enjoyable to read and have decided to end on a high, instead of dwindling away.
For eighteen years you've encouraged us, been a conduit between ourselves and the many fans, informed us of some home truths too embarrassing to say face to face, and generally waved the DD flag with vigour.
www.xs4all.nl /~jheller/tdgd   (369 words)

  
 PES Fanzine: Free magazine for Pro Evolution Soccer
The fanzine is dedicated to Pro Evolution Soccer 6 from Konami.
If you want to make sure you find out about the next issue of the PES Fanzine as soon as it's published, sign up for the free newsletter and we'll email you.
PES Fanzine is a free Gamerzine published by Cranberry Publishing Ltd on behalf of Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH
www.gamerzines.com /pesfanzine/home.html   (177 words)

  
 FANAC Modern Fanzine Index
Fanzines have been the traditional means for S-F fans to communicate.
We will try to provide a large selection of the most popular and most important fanzines of the past.
When an item in the following table is a Fanzine, the link points to another table that details the Fanzine's history.
fanac.org /fanzines/Modern_Fanzines.html   (214 words)

  
 Matthew Sweet Fanzine
This Fanzine is completely fan-based, made possible through the collaboration of many Matthew Sweet fans around the world.
The Fanzine is published and distributed quarterly hard copy, then archived here.
If you would like to submit something to be included in the Fanzine, we are interested in fan testimonials, classifieds, letters, creative experiments, and
members.aol.com /sweetezine   (124 words)

  
 Metal Perspective - Fanzines - Behind The Mirror Fanzine [Issue #13, November 2004]   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Behind the Mirror counts almost 13 years of existence (13 years, 13 issue, that's a strange coincidence!!!) and the name of the person in charge is Greg Baxevanidis, a guy that has been serving the metal underground community since 1988.
Firstly, Behind the Mirror is a fanzine that mostly refers to fans of heavy/ prog/power/speed/doom metal.
Secondly the fanzine is exclusively written in Greek so I believe that it will only interest the domestic metal fans, unless you're a fanzines' collector or an owner of a Greek to English dictionary.
www.metalperspective.com /fanzines/behind_the_mirror.php   (864 words)

  
 NECRO FANZINE - Detroit's Premier Gothic Horrorzine!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
If you happen to publish a fanzine, are in a band or represent a company, business or service geared toward the Gothic community and want to advertise in Necro, please e-mail me for prices and guideline information.
In addition, I make it a point to personally sell copies at shows and other functions involving the Gothic community, as well as stocking local clothing and music stores that cater to our scene.
It gives me great pleasure to produce this fanzine, and although it doesn't come close to paying the rent, I have no complaints because believe it or not, I'm not in this for the money.
members.tripod.com /~necrofanzine   (1230 words)

  
 the philosophical theory of fan history, page 23   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Thus it falls to the Insurgents to "defend" fandom against forces which seek to subordinate it to professional science fiction or substitute money for egoboo in the fanzine equation.
It was a major showdown between fanzine fans and those who regarded bidding and controlling cons as an end in itself.
A new generation of fanzine fanzines flocked to the Brooklyn Insurgents.
www.smithway.org /fstuff/theory/phil23.html   (578 words)

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