Difference between revisions of "Minizine"

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Zines can be any size or format, since there is no strict definition of what a 'zine' is.  
 
Zines can be any size or format, since there is no strict definition of what a 'zine' is.  
  
In the 2000s, a small group of zine creators began issuing very small zines and wanted to call attention to the size of their zines by using the term '''mini zines''' to describe them. Within this category these zine editors decided to define a mini zine as being smaller than 5" x 8".  
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In the 2000s, a small group of zine creators began publishing very small zines and decided to call attention to the size of these zines by using the term '''mini zines''' to describe them. Within this category these zine editors decided to define a mini zine as being smaller than 5" x 8".  
 
   
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 13:43, 8 August 2011

Zines can be any size or format, since there is no strict definition of what a 'zine' is.

In the 2000s, a small group of zine creators began publishing very small zines and decided to call attention to the size of these zines by using the term mini zines to describe them. Within this category these zine editors decided to define a mini zine as being smaller than 5" x 8".