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'''Minca''' is a publication produced by the [[Fanzinoteca Ambulant]], intending to investigate and create a space for information on separate editions.
'''Minca''' is a publication produced by the [[Fanzinoteca Ambulant]], intending to investigate and create a space for information on separate editions.
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During the design development of the Fanzinoteca Ambulant we found the lack of published documentation about the Spanish fanzines, and obviously in Catalan is practically nonexistent. All information that we have found is dispersed in some websites, some books in English and in the "margins" of some alternative texts about editing, [[mail-art]] or [[copy-art]].
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During the design development of the Fanzinoteca Ambulant we found the lack of published documentation about Spanish [[fanzine]]s, and obviously in Catalan this documentation is practically nonexistent. All information that we have found is dispersed in some websites, some books in English and in the "margins" of some alternative texts about editing, [[mail art]] or copy-art.
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This is why we believe a very timely publication that brings together a wealth of information on past and present of these kinds of issues. An initiative that creates a film body that helps to reduce this gap.
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The editors believe ''Minca'' is a very timely publication that brings together a wealth of information on the past and present release of Spanish fanzines, an initiative that creates a firm body that helps to reduce this gap.
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''We have the collaboration of:''
''We have the collaboration of:''
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Miuk
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Miuk,
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Andrea Gomez
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Andrea Gomez,
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Raimond Chaves
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Raimond Chaves,
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Gilda Mantilla
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Gilda Mantilla,
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Powerpaola
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Powerpaola,
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Supercobra
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Supercobra,
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Marta Zafra
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Marta Zafra,
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Max (o) matic
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Max (o) matic.
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* [http://www.escolamuuu.com/ Escola Muuu]
* [http://www.escolamuuu.com/ Escola Muuu]
* [http://www.todojunto.net/v1/ Todojunto]
* [http://www.todojunto.net/v1/ Todojunto]
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Revision as of 19:05, 22 July 2009

Material
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Minca is a publication produced by the Fanzinoteca Ambulant, intending to investigate and create a space for information on separate editions.

During the design development of the Fanzinoteca Ambulant we found the lack of published documentation about Spanish fanzines, and obviously in Catalan this documentation is practically nonexistent. All information that we have found is dispersed in some websites, some books in English and in the "margins" of some alternative texts about editing, mail art or copy-art.

The editors believe Minca is a very timely publication that brings together a wealth of information on the past and present release of Spanish fanzines, an initiative that creates a firm body that helps to reduce this gap.


Contents

Minca 1

Minca Issue One
Minca Issue One

In this first number, only in spanish, we can find:

  • Independent editions
  • History of the Fanzines by Nico Orway published in Re-Search. Translated by Tomas Nochteff.
  • Three questions to thirteen fanzines
  • Interview to Francesc Vidal / Todojunto + Escola Muuu
  • The Module of la Fanzinoteca Ambulant


La pequeña minca Ilustrada

Pequeña Minca Ilustrada
Pequeña Minca Ilustrada

Is a collection of photocopies with artwork made by people who we admire and want. A publication by slow delivery that makes up a creative representation of the context in which the fanzinoteca works out. Another way to launch links, to present what we think is interesting to take a position, mark and draw our interest.

We have the collaboration of: Miuk, Andrea Gomez, Raimond Chaves, Gilda Mantilla, Powerpaola, Supercobra, Marta Zafra, Max (o) matic.


Official Site


External links

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