Main Page

From ZineWiki

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
m
Line 21: Line 21:
|style="color:#000|
|style="color:#000|
-
[[Image:Horizons_193910_v1_n1.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Horizons''' Vol.1 No. 1 1939]]
+
[[Image:Revenge.jpg‎|right|frame|Revenge of Print logo]]
-
'''Horizons''' was edited by [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] for more than 60 years.
+
'''Revenge of Print''' is a challenge to [[zinester]]s, [[minicomic]] creators, and other independent publishers to produce at least one new issue of their publication (or to make their first zine) in 2011. This project originated with Baltimore's [[Atomic Books]] and Chicago's [[Quimby's]] Bookstore.  
-
'''Horizons''' was a science fiction [[zine]] published in Hagerstown, Maryland, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in October, 1939. Harry was also publishing the fanzine [[Spaceways]], which first appeared in 1938, and ''Horizons'' began as his second general circulation fanzine, but after five issues, in mid-1940, it was distributed by the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]] and continued almost uninterrupted after that. According to Robert Lichtman, in [[Trap Door]] #22:
+
In promoting the project, Liz Mason of Quimby's [http://www.quimbys.com/blog/zines/revengeofprint/ said], "We're tired of all the end of paper, the end of publishing as we know it stories. We've been hearing it ever since we've been open (which is going on almsot 20 years now). ... Maybe you were thinking in the back of your head you'd do another issue one day. Now is the time."
-
"He missed only one mailing in 1943 due to serious illness and another in the ‘90s because the parcel containing the issue went astray. There was a total of 252 issues, the final one appearing in this year’s February mailing. It’s safe to say that no one is likely to top Harry’s 64-year record of regular publication of the same title." [[Horizons|Read More...]]'''
+
As Benn Ray of Atomic Books [http://atomicbooksblog.blogspot.com/search?q=revenge+of+print posted] at the bookstore's blog, "A healthy zine culture means we need access to and critical discussion of zines," and "Print is only dead if you want it to be. [[Revenge of Print|Read More...]]'''
|-
|-

Revision as of 20:05, 8 May 2011

Welcome to ZineWiki!
ZineWiki: the zine encyclopedia that anyone can edit
currently with 4,890 original articles

ZineWiki is an open-source encyclopedia devoted to zines and independent media. It covers the history, production, distribution and culture of the small press.

Browse by Zine Title: #-D · E-J · K-O · P-S · T-Z
NOTE: Before adding a project to ZineWiki, please browse the Previously Featured Articles for examples of the best ZineWiki has to offer.
Keep in mind, ZineWiki is not a classifieds section, it is an encyclopedia.
New entries should NOT contain simply a "sample page" and contact information.

This Month's Featured Article!

Revenge of Print logo
Revenge of Print logo

Revenge of Print is a challenge to zinesters, minicomic creators, and other independent publishers to produce at least one new issue of their publication (or to make their first zine) in 2011. This project originated with Baltimore's Atomic Books and Chicago's Quimby's Bookstore.

In promoting the project, Liz Mason of Quimby's said, "We're tired of all the end of paper, the end of publishing as we know it stories. We've been hearing it ever since we've been open (which is going on almsot 20 years now). ... Maybe you were thinking in the back of your head you'd do another issue one day. Now is the time."

As Benn Ray of Atomic Books posted at the bookstore's blog, "A healthy zine culture means we need access to and critical discussion of zines," and "Print is only dead if you want it to be. Read More...

First Time Here?

ZineWiki is open to contributions, additions and editing from anyone, anywhere, at any time. However, we do ask that you register a free account first, so that we can cut down on spam and malicious edits.

Or maybe you'd prefer to browse:

Feel free to add your project, contribute additional information to already existing pages, or to edit what’s already published. Subjects should be explained in terms of their relevance to zines and independent media.

Personal tools