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[[Image:24onelittle.jpg|frame|'''Twenty-Four Hours''' #1 cover art by [[Brendan Price]] 2001]] '''Twenty-Four Hours''' is a [[Lit-zine|literary zine]] put out by [[Josh Medsker]] starting in 2001. He began the zine in Japan, then moved to Austin, TX., and then New York City.
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[[Image:24onelittle.jpg|frame|'''Twenty-Four Hours'''<br/> Issue #1, 2001<br/>cover art by [[Brendan Price]] 2001]] '''Twenty-Four Hours''' is a [[Lit-zine|literary zine]] and music zine put out by [[Josh Medsker]] starting in 2001. He began the zine in Japan, then moved to Austin, TX., and then New York City.
''Twenty-Four Hours'' has featured work from many Austin-based [[writer]]s and [[comic]]s artists including:  [[Tim Doyle]] ([[Amazing Adult Fantasy]]), [[Ben Snakepit]] ([[Snakepit]]), and Ben Brown ([[Words Words Words]], [[So New Media]], as well as prose-poet Annie LaGanga.
''Twenty-Four Hours'' has featured work from many Austin-based [[writer]]s and [[comic]]s artists including:  [[Tim Doyle]] ([[Amazing Adult Fantasy]]), [[Ben Snakepit]] ([[Snakepit]]), and Ben Brown ([[Words Words Words]], [[So New Media]], as well as prose-poet Annie LaGanga.
In earlier issues, ''Twenty-Four Hours'' also featured fiction and poetry from writers around the country. There have also been interviews with writers such as Neal Pollack and, more recently, [[Aaron Cometbus]].
In earlier issues, ''Twenty-Four Hours'' also featured fiction and poetry from writers around the country. There have also been interviews with writers such as Neal Pollack and, more recently, [[Aaron Cometbus]].
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In Dec. 2011, he combined his other two zines, ''[[Noise Noise Noise]]'', and ''[[Teach]]'', with ''Twenty-Four Hours'', widening its focus to include comics and music, as well as literary and cultural concerns.
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''Twenty-Four Hours'' #7 (2011): Annie LaGanga Interview, Jonathan Kambouris’s Last Meals Project, Too Much Coffee Man’s Shannon Wheeler, [[Aaron Cometbus]] Interview.
''Twenty-Four Hours'' #7 (2011): Annie LaGanga Interview, Jonathan Kambouris’s Last Meals Project, Too Much Coffee Man’s Shannon Wheeler, [[Aaron Cometbus]] Interview.
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''Twenty-Four Hours'' #8 (2011): Anya Kamenetz: Edupunk
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''Twenty-Four Hours'' #9 (2011): Starting from Anchorage- Poems by Josh Medsker. Cover by Aaron Morgan
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''Twenty-Four Hours'' #10 (2012): Engulfed by Sound- My Musical Memoir, Convo #1-The Blues Chicken or The Jazz Egg?, Echo Beds "Arsonist Alibi" review, Another Side of Dr. Demento- by Josh Medsker. "No Future Ren and Stimpy" art by Pete "Billy Bad Breaks" Backus.
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''Twenty-Four Hours'' #11 (2012): Poems- Poems by Josh Medsker. Cover by Aaron Morgan
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==External Links==
==External Links==
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*[http://www.twentyfourhourszine.blogspot.com Twenty-Four Hours Blogspot]
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*[http://www.twentyfourhourszine.blogspot.com Twenty-Four Hours Blog]
*[http://www.facebook.com/twentyfourhourszine Twenty-Four Hours on Facebook]
*[http://www.facebook.com/twentyfourhourszine Twenty-Four Hours on Facebook]
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Revision as of 02:17, 13 March 2013

Twenty-Four Hours Issue #1, 2001cover art by Brendan Price 2001
Twenty-Four Hours
Issue #1, 2001
cover art by Brendan Price 2001
Twenty-Four Hours is a literary zine and music zine put out by Josh Medsker starting in 2001. He began the zine in Japan, then moved to Austin, TX., and then New York City.

Twenty-Four Hours has featured work from many Austin-based writers and comics artists including: Tim Doyle (Amazing Adult Fantasy), Ben Snakepit (Snakepit), and Ben Brown (Words Words Words, So New Media, as well as prose-poet Annie LaGanga.

In earlier issues, Twenty-Four Hours also featured fiction and poetry from writers around the country. There have also been interviews with writers such as Neal Pollack and, more recently, Aaron Cometbus.

In Dec. 2011, he combined his other two zines, Noise Noise Noise, and Teach, with Twenty-Four Hours, widening its focus to include comics and music, as well as literary and cultural concerns.

Contents:

Twenty-Four Hours #1 (2001): Levi Asher of Litkicks.com Interview, Rex of PTBH! zine Interview, Fiction by Eric Johnston, Mary Lochner, Josh Medsker, Zine Reviews by Josh Medsker. Cover by Brendan Price.

Twenty-Four Hours #2 (2002): B.Bottom Smooth Interview, The Hornacle Interview, Zine Reviews by Josh Medsker

Twenty-Four Hours #3 (2003): Neal Pollack Interview by David Erlewine, Fiction by Jef Burandt and Carla Darocy Hultberg.

Twenty-Four Hours #4 (2004): Fiction and Poetry by: Melissa Checker, Brian Daly, Laura Bini Carter, Kristin Vinck, Jeff Somers, Adam Martin, Joshua Hultberg and Carla Darocy Hultberg.

Twenty-Four Hours #5 (2004): Stephen Duncombe on Zines, Ben Snakepit Interview by Jessica Champion. Cover by Brendan Price.

Twenty-Four Hours #6 (2010): The Hookah Girl/Margo Dabaie Interview.

Twenty-Four Hours #7 (2011): Annie LaGanga Interview, Jonathan Kambouris’s Last Meals Project, Too Much Coffee Man’s Shannon Wheeler, Aaron Cometbus Interview.

Twenty-Four Hours #8 (2011): Anya Kamenetz: Edupunk

Twenty-Four Hours #9 (2011): Starting from Anchorage- Poems by Josh Medsker. Cover by Aaron Morgan

Twenty-Four Hours #10 (2012): Engulfed by Sound- My Musical Memoir, Convo #1-The Blues Chicken or The Jazz Egg?, Echo Beds "Arsonist Alibi" review, Another Side of Dr. Demento- by Josh Medsker. "No Future Ren and Stimpy" art by Pete "Billy Bad Breaks" Backus.

Twenty-Four Hours #11 (2012): Poems- Poems by Josh Medsker. Cover by Aaron Morgan


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