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The Untold History of Zines… Eric Nakamura on Giant Robot

In an attempt to better document the sharp, rusty sliver of the American underground that worked its way through the protective coating of my cold, slowly-beating heart 20-some years ago, I’ve given myself the task of tracking down and interviewing all of my heros in the world of zines. Today’s interview is with Eric Nakamura, […]

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Spin subscribers get fucked

When ReadyMade magazine stopped publishing, they sent a letter to Linette, telling her that, for the remainder of her subscription, she’d be receiving the decidedly less hip 1950s journal of the American housewife intent on keeping up with the Joneses, Better Homes and Gardens. I thought that was hilarious, but it’s no where near as […]

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Crimewave USA magazine, first member of the Dead Magazine Club

I guess the folks at Utne Reader must have appreciated the little magazine that Linette and I used to publish. They just launched a new website called the Dead Magazine Club, where they bemoan the loss of great periodicals, and they chose Crimewave as their very first entry. Apparently they want to know what’s become […]

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