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'''Caroline Azar''' is a zine editor from Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  
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'''28 Pages Lovingly Bound with Twine''' is a [[perzine]] written by [[Christoph Meyer]] from Danville, OH.
  
Her first zine, released in the 1980's, was [[Hide]], a multi media publication released in both print and audio cassette format. The zine and cassette featured music that ranged from [[punk]] to experimental compositions in both electronic and other forms. Five issues were released.
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Each issue of ''28 Pages'' is hole-punched and bound with various types of twine, keeping true to its title. Issue #9 (The Dental Issue) was bound with dental floss.
  
Her next zine was [[Double Bill]], a collaboration between editors [[Jena von Brucker|Jena von Brücker]], [[Johnny Noxzema]], Rex, and [[G.B. Jones]]. ''Double Bill'' was published from 1991 till 2001,  and five issues were released. The zine was based on the notion that actor Bill Conrad (of tv and movie fame) was at war with author Bill Burroughs (the beat writer of ''Naked Lunch'' and other novels) and was termed a 'hate-zine', as opposed to 'fanzine'The editors of ''Double Bill'' collectively contributed to [[Girl Germs]] and the zine was featured in ''The Village Voice''.   
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''28 Pages'' is a personal zine dedicated to the experiences and imagination of Christoph, a stay-at-home father, writer and artistHe writes stories about his day-to-day life, his son, [[Herbie Meyer|Herbie]], his wife, Lisa, and rural lifeHe also includes several letters (and responses) to companies that have either disappointed or delighted him.
  
Caroline Azar was also the lead singer and keyboardist for the band Fifth Column...
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Issues 1-12 were printed in 8.5 inch by 5.5 inch size, with issue 13 changing to a comic book size
  
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28 Pages Lovingly Bound with Twine

28 Pages Lovingly Bound with Twine is a perzine written by Christoph Meyer from Danville, OH.

Each issue of 28 Pages is hole-punched and bound with various types of twine, keeping true to its title. Issue #9 (The Dental Issue) was bound with dental floss.

28 Pages is a personal zine dedicated to the experiences and imagination of Christoph, a stay-at-home father, writer and artist. He writes stories about his day-to-day life, his son, Herbie, his wife, Lisa, and rural life. He also includes several letters (and responses) to companies that have either disappointed or delighted him.

Issues 1-12 were printed in 8.5 inch by 5.5 inch size, with issue 13 changing to a comic book size

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