Amusing Yourself To Death

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'''Amusing Yourself To Death''' was a [[review zine]] that debuted in early 1997 out of Santa Barbara, CA and was published by [[Ruel Gaviola]]. It's ambitious goal of publishing monthly zine news and reviews proved too much for it's publisher and it folded in 1999.
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'''Amusing Yourself To Death''' was a [[review zine]] that debuted in early 1997 out of Santa Barbara, CA and was published by [[Ruel Gaviola]].
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"AYTD is a bimonthly publication that reviews and promotes the independent press, primarily zines and other self-published works. AYTD offers useful resources for self-publishers: news, articles, advice, commentary, contacts, letters and much more. Our staff is dedicated to being a positive part of the small-press community and we look forward to working with those who share similar ideas and goals."
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In the late '90s Amusing Yourself To Death was a fantastic zine resource. It was published frequently enough to feature current zine news and reviews of zines sometimes less than a month after they were published. But it's ambitious publishing schedule proved too much for it's publisher and it folded in 1999.

Revision as of 19:51, 21 July 2006

Amusing Yourself To Death was a review zine that debuted in early 1997 out of Santa Barbara, CA and was published by Ruel Gaviola.

"AYTD is a bimonthly publication that reviews and promotes the independent press, primarily zines and other self-published works. AYTD offers useful resources for self-publishers: news, articles, advice, commentary, contacts, letters and much more. Our staff is dedicated to being a positive part of the small-press community and we look forward to working with those who share similar ideas and goals."

In the late '90s Amusing Yourself To Death was a fantastic zine resource. It was published frequently enough to feature current zine news and reviews of zines sometimes less than a month after they were published. But it's ambitious publishing schedule proved too much for it's publisher and it folded in 1999.


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