Someone Said

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Someone Said was a free zine released in the late 1980's. It was a large size black and white zine printed on newsprint in the style of a [[freesheet]]; unlike many freesheets however, it was equally divided between text and images.  
Someone Said was a free zine released in the late 1980's. It was a large size black and white zine printed on newsprint in the style of a [[freesheet]]; unlike many freesheets however, it was equally divided between text and images.  
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Someone Said was focused on the [[Underground Culture|underground scene]], including independent music, [[comic]]s, personal writing, poetry, photos, recording reviews, collage and graphics. Issue 2 featured an interview with the band Mecca Normal; articles on Sedition Press; Make Toast Not War, an Olympia, WA, cassette tape label; a centerfold collage by Eric Greenwalt of Sedition Press; reviews of recordings by The Sins, Gash, Th' Inbred, Fifth Column, and Dangermouse; a review of [[activist]] publication AntiMedia; illustrations by [[Carrie McNinch]] and Cliff Green; graphics by Chris Winkler; comics by Carrie McNinch, Luna Ticks, Barb Warr and Ignatz Green, and photos of the bands Noxious Fumes, Mecca Normal and Big Black.  
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Someone Said was focused on the [[Underground Culture|underground scene]], including independent music, [[comic]]s, personal writing, poetry, photos, recording reviews, collage and graphics. Issue 2 featured an interview with the band Mecca Normal; articles on Sedition Press; Make Toast Not War, an Olympia, WA, cassette tape label; a centerfold collage by Eric Greenwalt of Sedition Press; reviews of recordings by The Sins, Gash, Th' Inbred, Fifth Column, and Dangermouse; a review of [[activist]] publication AntiMedia; illustrations by [[Carrie McNinch]] and Cliff Green; graphics by Chris Winkler; comics by Carrie McNinch, Luna Ticks, Barb Warr and Ignatz Green, and photos of [[Donna Dresch]] of Noxious Fumes, Jean Smith and David Lester of Mecca Normal and [[Steve Albini]] of Big Black.  
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[category:Washington Zines]] [[category:1980's publications]]
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[category:Washington Zines]] [[category:1980's publications]]

Revision as of 23:48, 19 November 2007

Someone Said was a zine from Olympia, Washington, U.S.A., published by Tam.

Someone Said was a free zine released in the late 1980's. It was a large size black and white zine printed on newsprint in the style of a freesheet; unlike many freesheets however, it was equally divided between text and images.

Someone Said was focused on the underground scene, including independent music, comics, personal writing, poetry, photos, recording reviews, collage and graphics. Issue 2 featured an interview with the band Mecca Normal; articles on Sedition Press; Make Toast Not War, an Olympia, WA, cassette tape label; a centerfold collage by Eric Greenwalt of Sedition Press; reviews of recordings by The Sins, Gash, Th' Inbred, Fifth Column, and Dangermouse; a review of activist publication AntiMedia; illustrations by Carrie McNinch and Cliff Green; graphics by Chris Winkler; comics by Carrie McNinch, Luna Ticks, Barb Warr and Ignatz Green, and photos of Donna Dresch of Noxious Fumes, Jean Smith and David Lester of Mecca Normal and Steve Albini of Big Black.

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