Jet Lag

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Jet Lag was a St. Louis-based zine published between 1982 and 1992 by Steve Pick and John "The Mailman" Korst. Among its stable of writers was a young Jeff Tweedy, later of Uncle Tupelo/Wilco fame, who interviewed Soul Asylum for the zine.
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Jet Lag was a St. Louis-based zine published between 1982 and 1992 by Steve Pick and John "The Mailman" Korst. Among its stable of writers was a young Jeff Tweedy, later of Uncle Tupelo/Wilco fame, who interviewed Soul Asylum for the zine. Steve Pick posted [http://www.jetlagmag.net/home.html] numerous back issues of the magazine online. A partial collection is also available at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, in the Thomas Jefferson Library's Western Historical Manuscript Collection.

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Jet Lag was a St. Louis-based zine published between 1982 and 1992 by Steve Pick and John "The Mailman" Korst. Among its stable of writers was a young Jeff Tweedy, later of Uncle Tupelo/Wilco fame, who interviewed Soul Asylum for the zine. Steve Pick posted [1] numerous back issues of the magazine online. A partial collection is also available at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, in the Thomas Jefferson Library's Western Historical Manuscript Collection.

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