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I am pleased to be able to make this a very special treat with green Discher art and culture from the 80s to a wider public.
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[[Image:timeforaction.png|200px|thumb|right|'''Time for action'''<br/> October 1988]]
  
In lovingly hand-made​​, of Weimar sent to Munich, copied and sent back to Weimar. Such was the 'Time for Action', one of the few out of GDR fanzines, here and there in small numbers available.
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'''Time for action''' was a [[zine]] from Weimar, (East) Germany.
  
While rummaging in the basement and attic, a hand full of originals are fallen into my hands.
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''Time for action'' was a hand-made A6 zine. Manufactured by ''Kid & Rosi Production'' in Weimar (GDR), it was sent to Munich, copied and sent back to Weimar.  Such was the ''Time for Action'', one of the few [[punk]] [[zines]] out of GDR. It was available in small numbers on both sides of the wall.
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At this time it was hardly possible to produce such a publication in East Germany, although there were many science fiction [[fanzines]] produced; also [[mailart]] was another thing that happened.
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The small zine run for at least 19 issues (maybe more) and featured art and the culture of the 1980s, when it was created. On 4 to 8 pages it featured often humorous catoons, collages as well as reasonable/wise talk and blather.
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
*[http://www.emaz.de/time-for-action/ Time for Action hardcover edition]  
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*[http://www.emaz.de/time-for-action-2/ Time for Action at the EMAZ fanzine archive]
  
*[http://www.laermkessel.de/fanzine-archiv/time-for-action/ Time for Action eBook download]
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*[http://www.emaz.de/time-for-action/ Time for Action hardcover edition]
  
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Germany]] [[Category:1980's publications]] [[Category:Punk]]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Germany]] [[Category:Zines from East Germany]][[Category:1980's publications]] [[Category:Punk]]

Latest revision as of 09:52, 20 May 2013

Time for action
October 1988

Time for action was a zine from Weimar, (East) Germany.

Time for action was a hand-made A6 zine. Manufactured by Kid & Rosi Production in Weimar (GDR), it was sent to Munich, copied and sent back to Weimar. Such was the Time for Action, one of the few punk zines out of GDR. It was available in small numbers on both sides of the wall.

At this time it was hardly possible to produce such a publication in East Germany, although there were many science fiction fanzines produced; also mailart was another thing that happened.

The small zine run for at least 19 issues (maybe more) and featured art and the culture of the 1980s, when it was created. On 4 to 8 pages it featured often humorous catoons, collages as well as reasonable/wise talk and blather.

External Links