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Music Zinesters!

To coincide with record store day, we’re wanting to put together a lil pop up stall at the absolute gem of record store, Real Music Vinyl & CDs!! 55 more words

Things I miss about writing a fanzine

Since I started this blog, I’ve been reminiscing a bit about writing a fanzine many years ago. There were lots of things I enjoyed about working on our fanzine, and I’m not sure whether or not these things relate now to the ‘online blog’ experience, or out there in the real world (I’m sure there are still some people putting out paper fanzines). 796 more words


La Llama #1 Nulla Crux, Nulla Corona

La Llama #1 Nulla Crux, Nulla Corona

16 páginas

137×185 mms

Portada a color, interior B/N

Edición limitada de 66 ejemplares numerados

2€ / 2 canicas… 33 more words


God Bless Manic Street Preachers Fans

In a second blog from the Sites and Sources of Modern British Studies, a core module of our Modern British Studies MA, George Harvey writes on fandom, fanzines and the Manic Street Preachers. 1,274 more words

Fanzines and manners

Back in the late 1990s, I used to write a fanzine, Botramaid, along with my sister, Gail. It was something we had a lot of fun doing – we reviewed records and gigs, interviewed bands and included a lot of silly stuff too. 687 more words


An alternative crowdfunding

So… would a bunch of you pledge some money, crowdfunding style, without knowing what it’s going towards – but knowing that three people with good taste will pick an artist and commission a piece of work of work with your money, and you’ll get something cool in six months time?

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Fanzines: A New, Old Trend

April 1926, the presumably first Fanzine is released by Hugo Gernsback, a science-fiction oriented journal that went by the name of Amazing Stories.The word Fanzine was coined by Russ Chauvenet, implying that unlike magazines a fanzine is for and by fans. 574 more words