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A '''one-shot''' is a [[zine]] without multiple issues. One-shots are typically utilized when a [[zinester]] wishes to write material, or about a subject, not typical to their zine.  
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A '''one-shot''' is a [[zine]] without multiple issues.  
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One-shots are typically utilized when a [[zinester]] wishes to write material, or about a subject, not typical to their zine. They may also be the result of a one time collaboration between two zinesters, or a special project of a group of zine makers.
  
 
A one-shot zine may sometimes appear in [[broadside]] format.
 
A one-shot zine may sometimes appear in [[broadside]] format.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[:Category:One Shot Zines|A list of One-Shot Zines]]
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*[[:Category:One Shot Zines|List of One-Shot Zines]]
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Latest revision as of 04:36, 23 September 2012

A one-shot is a zine without multiple issues.

One-shots are typically utilized when a zinester wishes to write material, or about a subject, not typical to their zine. They may also be the result of a one time collaboration between two zinesters, or a special project of a group of zine makers.

A one-shot zine may sometimes appear in broadside format.

See also