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'''Chapbook''' has the traditional definition of a small book sold by pedlers. In the [[zine]] community where a [[zine]] is a title that has more than one issue and is continually published over time, a chapbook is a single self-published title.  Chapbooks are often  collections of poems, essays, short stories, or rants. But they can cover any subject.
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'''Chapbook''' has the traditional definition of a small book sold by peddlers. In the [[zine]] community where a [[zine]] is a title that has more than one issue and is continually published over time, a chapbook is a single self-published title.  Chapbooks are often  collections of poems, essays, short stories, or rants. But they can cover any subject.
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Revision as of 12:29, 5 April 2007

Chapbook has the traditional definition of a small book sold by peddlers. In the zine community where a zine is a title that has more than one issue and is continually published over time, a chapbook is a single self-published title. Chapbooks are often collections of poems, essays, short stories, or rants. But they can cover any subject.

See Also