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AK Verve was an "all-purpose" zine put out by a local writer, BMAC (Brian MacMillan), and a grip of other people in Anchorage, Alaska. AK Verve ran the gamut from local radical politics to new fiction and a dash of local music (mostly of the folk-rock and jam band variety) and most grass-roots topics in between.  
AK Verve was an "all-purpose" zine put out by a local writer, BMAC (Brian MacMillan), and a grip of other people in Anchorage, Alaska. AK Verve ran the gamut from local radical politics to new fiction and a dash of local music (mostly of the folk-rock and jam band variety) and most grass-roots topics in between.  
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AK Verve ran from 1992 until the Fall of 2000, and teetered on the brink of coming back under a new editor for a few months until the early months of 2001--when it offically went under. BMAC began travelling extensively, until finally coming back in 2001 to start a regional film festival in Anchorage.
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AK Verve ran from 1992 until the Fall of 2000. After folding The Verve, BMAC began traveling extensively, until finally coming back in 2001 to start a regional film festival in Anchorage.

Revision as of 04:12, 25 May 2007

AK Verve was an "all-purpose" zine put out by a local writer, BMAC (Brian MacMillan), and a grip of other people in Anchorage, Alaska. AK Verve ran the gamut from local radical politics to new fiction and a dash of local music (mostly of the folk-rock and jam band variety) and most grass-roots topics in between.

AK Verve ran from 1992 until the Fall of 2000. After folding The Verve, BMAC began traveling extensively, until finally coming back in 2001 to start a regional film festival in Anchorage.

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