The Drink Tank

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'''The Drink Tank''' is a weekly [[fanzine]] edited and published by [[Chris Garcia| Christopher J. Garcia]]. It focuses on science fiction fandom, sex, weirdness and rock music. The title comes from a typo on a form filing trademark on the name for a film production company in the mid-1990s.  
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'''''The Drink Tank''''' is a [[fanzine]] edited and published on an approximately weekly schedule by [[Chris Garcia| Christopher J. Garcia]]. It focuses on science fiction fandom, sex, weirdness and rock music. The title comes from a typo on a form filing trademark on the name for a film production company in the mid-1990s.  
===Evolution===
===Evolution===

Revision as of 19:36, 10 January 2008

The Drink Tank is a fanzine edited and published on an approximately weekly schedule by Christopher J. Garcia. It focuses on science fiction fandom, sex, weirdness and rock music. The title comes from a typo on a form filing trademark on the name for a film production company in the mid-1990s.

Evolution

Edited by Chris Garcia, The Drink Tank debuted on eFanzines.com on January 31st, 2005. At first it was a rough zine of five pages. Over the first five months, the zine went from being written primarily by one small group of friends to a more general zine featuring writers like Jay Lake, Frank Wu, Jason Schachat, Lloyd Penney, John Purcell, Steve Green, Judith Morel, SaBean MoreL and M Lloyd. It is well-known for featuring art of busty women and strange articles, as well as being poorly proofread.

Starting in 2006, the zine changed format (from portrait to landscape) and gained more new writers, like Mark Valentine, Niall Harrison, Ted White, and others. Art comes from Frank Wu, Bill Rotsler, Taral, Espana Sheriff, Steve Green, Robert Hole, Brad W. Foster and others.

In 2006, The Drink Tank came in 7th in nominations for the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine. In 2007, it reached the final ballot for Hugo voting.

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