Moonlight Chronicles

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Moonlight Chronicles is the perzine of the zinester Daniel Price. His zine is also noted for his illustrations.
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'''Moonlight Chronicles''' is the [[perzine]] of the [[zinester]] [[Daniel Price]].  
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The zine is noted for its illustrations by Price. Price is also the original editor of the photography zine [[Shots]].
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''Moonlight Chronicles'' was selected as the winner of the "General Excellence--Zines" category in the 2004 Utne Independent Press Awards by the editors of ''Utne Reader''.  They describe the zine:
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:From his subterranean hobbit house in rural eastern Oregon, cemetery caretaker Dan Price muses about the meaning of life, expressing himself via drawings, thoughtful journal entries, and excerpts gleaned from his esoteric reading.
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==External links==
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[http://www.moonlightchronicles.com/ Ordering information]<br>
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[http://www.moonlightchronicles.com/mcflip/mc.html Online copy of issue 68]<br>
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[http://www.utne.com/2005-01-01/2004UtneIndependentPressAwards.aspx Winners of the 2004 Utne Independent Press Awards]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Oregon Zines]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:Perzine]] [[Category:Musea Zine Hall of Fame]]

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Moonlight Chronicles is the perzine of the zinester Daniel Price.

The zine is noted for its illustrations by Price. Price is also the original editor of the photography zine Shots.

Moonlight Chronicles was selected as the winner of the "General Excellence--Zines" category in the 2004 Utne Independent Press Awards by the editors of Utne Reader. They describe the zine:

From his subterranean hobbit house in rural eastern Oregon, cemetery caretaker Dan Price muses about the meaning of life, expressing himself via drawings, thoughtful journal entries, and excerpts gleaned from his esoteric reading.

External links

Ordering information
Online copy of issue 68
Winners of the 2004 Utne Independent Press Awards

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