Apocalypse Playground

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'''Apocalypse Playground''' was a bi-monthly [[zine]] with gothic and morbid poems, stories and imagery.  
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'''Apocalypse Playground''' was a [[zine]] edited by Dylan Kinnett from Shepherdstown, West Virginia, U.S.A..
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It began in 1996, and lasted until 2001. It was a photocopied, double-sided, 8x10 zine.
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'''Apocalypse Playground''' was released  bi-monthly and featured gothic and morbid poems, stories, imagery and art work. The zine was begun in 1996, and lasted until 2001. It was a photocopied, double-sided, 8x10 zine.
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'''Apocalypse Playground''' has the distinction of being the first zine published in the town of Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
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==External Link==
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*[http://nocategories.net/ephemeral/apocalypse-playground-gets-a-place-in-history/ Apocalypse Playground gets a place in history]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:1990's publications]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:Goth]]

Revision as of 06:34, 28 January 2008

Apocalypse Playground was a zine edited by Dylan Kinnett from Shepherdstown, West Virginia, U.S.A..

Apocalypse Playground was released bi-monthly and featured gothic and morbid poems, stories, imagery and art work. The zine was begun in 1996, and lasted until 2001. It was a photocopied, double-sided, 8x10 zine.

Apocalypse Playground has the distinction of being the first zine published in the town of Shepherdstown, West Virginia.

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