Quip

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Quip was an alternative newspaper/zine, published in Anchorage, Alaska during 1995 and 1996. It was the brainchild of Ken Bodensteiner, Clark Yerrington, and Suzi Pearson, all of whom worked at the university radio station (KRUA), and had deep ties in the alternative/punk scene in town. Clark has previously edited The Metro, another alt newspaper, in the mid to late 80s, in Anchorage. It was the first Anchorage publication to go online.

Quip featured fiction, poetry, general non-fiction, and local music writings. It folded in 1996, after four issues.

External Link

Quip on the Internet Wayback Machine Archive