chapbook? At the time the author considered it a broadside, since it was one sheet. As that one sheet contained multiple photoreduced pages though, a chapbook does seem a better category, especially since broadsides rarely deal with multiple topics.
- Hi, I appreciate you writing about this. Often it's very difficult to decide exactly what category a publication should be entered in if it isn't a traditional zine or chapbook. The closest thing to what you are describing is perhaps a freesheet, a definition which has come from an Irish editor. Often these terms vary greatly depending on what country or region they come from. Take a look at the definition we have for freesheet, if you wouldn't mind, and let me know if this comes any closer to describing Antioch Scratch. Thanks!InvisibleFriend 23:46, 25 September 2009 (UTC)
- I thought I would add, if a freesheet isn't what you had in mind, we don't yet have a category or definition for broadsheet. If you think it's different from a freesheet, please help us out and create a page with a definition. If they are essentially the same, we can add 'broadsheet' as an alternate name for freesheet.InvisibleFriend 23:49, 25 September 2009 (UTC)
one of the entries for "broadside" on wikipedia verifies that that piece of print shop jargon was in face what I meant