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The Banana King is a Chicago based zine which was named after a line in the [[Jack Kerouac]] novel, On The Road, where a discussion takes place where one of the characters espouses on the virtue and purity of being the 'Banana King,' the guy who sells bananas. The zine is known for being a outlet for local writers.
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'''The Banana King''' is a Chicago, IL., U.S.A. based [[zine]] published by [[A.B. Drea]].
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It was named after a line in the Jack Kerouac novel ''On The Road''; at one point in the book a discussion takes place during which one of the characters espouses on the virtue and purity of being the 'Banana King,' the guy who sells bananas. The zine is known for being a outlet for local writers and contributors have included [[Emerson Dameron]].
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[[Category:Zine|Banana King]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:Illinois Zines|Banana King]] [[Category:Literary Zines|Banana King]]

Latest revision as of 11:43, 5 October 2009

The Banana King is a Chicago, IL., U.S.A. based zine published by A.B. Drea.

It was named after a line in the Jack Kerouac novel On The Road; at one point in the book a discussion takes place during which one of the characters espouses on the virtue and purity of being the 'Banana King,' the guy who sells bananas. The zine is known for being a outlet for local writers and contributors have included Emerson Dameron.