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'''Citizine''' is a quarterly publication containing reviews, news, interviews, humor, fiction, and commentary on major social trends and public figures.  
 
'''Citizine''' is a quarterly publication containing reviews, news, interviews, humor, fiction, and commentary on major social trends and public figures.  
  
Regular contributors [[Mark Prindle]], [[MJ Stephens]], and [[Oleo W. DiNero]] appear in nearly every issue.
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Regular contributors [[Mark Prindle]], [[MJ Stephens]], and [[Oleo W. DiNero]] appear in nearly every issue. Included also are reviews of [[zine]]s such as [[Gearhead]], [[Nero Fiddled While Rome Burned]], [[Mused]], [[Warning]] and [[The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting]].
  
 
Though distributed primarily in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, Citizine is available nationally.
 
Though distributed primarily in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, Citizine is available nationally.

Latest revision as of 17:48, 10 March 2007

This article is about the North Hollywood, CA zine, for the Portland, OR zine about community, see Citizeen.

Citizine is a quarterly publication containing reviews, news, interviews, humor, fiction, and commentary on major social trends and public figures.

Regular contributors Mark Prindle, MJ Stephens, and Oleo W. DiNero appear in nearly every issue. Included also are reviews of zines such as Gearhead, Nero Fiddled While Rome Burned, Mused, Warning and The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting.

Though distributed primarily in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, Citizine is available nationally.

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