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'''Pixel'' is a [[PDF]] zine edited by [[Dave Burton]] and available on [[eFanzines.com]].
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''Pixel'' is a [[PDF]] zine edited by [[David Burton]] and available for free on [[eFanzines.com]].
  
Pixel was originally called [[Catchpenny Gazette]], though early in 2006, Burton changed the format and retitled it. He retained his regular contributors and his amount of response from [[LetterHacks]] grew.  
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''Pixel'' was originally titled [[Catchpenny Gazette]], and the first issue was distributed through [[FAPA]] in January, 2004. though early in 2006, Burton changed the format and retitled it. He retained his regular contributors and his amount of response from [[LetterHacks]] grew.  
  
 
Each issue features articles from [[Ted White]] called Whither Fandom, [[Chris Garcia]]'s Found In Collection, [[Eric Mayers]]' Notes From Byzantium, and Being Frank from [[Peter Sullivan]]. Other contributors include [[John Purcell]], [[Lloyd Penney]], [[Brad W. Foster]], [[Lee Lavell]] and [[Dave Locke]].  
 
Each issue features articles from [[Ted White]] called Whither Fandom, [[Chris Garcia]]'s Found In Collection, [[Eric Mayers]]' Notes From Byzantium, and Being Frank from [[Peter Sullivan]]. Other contributors include [[John Purcell]], [[Lloyd Penney]], [[Brad W. Foster]], [[Lee Lavell]] and [[Dave Locke]].  

Revision as of 06:21, 14 February 2007

Pixel is a PDF zine edited by David Burton and available for free on eFanzines.com.

Pixel was originally titled Catchpenny Gazette, and the first issue was distributed through FAPA in January, 2004. though early in 2006, Burton changed the format and retitled it. He retained his regular contributors and his amount of response from LetterHacks grew.

Each issue features articles from Ted White called Whither Fandom, Chris Garcia's Found In Collection, Eric Mayers' Notes From Byzantium, and Being Frank from Peter Sullivan. Other contributors include John Purcell, Lloyd Penney, Brad W. Foster, Lee Lavell and Dave Locke.

Pixel on eFanzines.com