Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine?

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'''Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine?: The Art of Making Zines and Mini-Comics ''' is a book by Esther Pearl Wilson and Mark Todd published in 2006 by Graphia Books. Primarily meant for Young Adults, the book features several how-to's on zine size, layouts, binding, copying, distribution, and extras such as silkscreening and print gocco. The book also features interviews with [[Laurie Henzel]] of [[Bust]] and  [[Eric Nakamura]] of [[Giant Robot]]. Several comic zine artists contributed to ''Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine?'' including [[Saelee Oh]], [[Souther Salazar]], [[Allison Cole]], and [[Dave Kiersh]].
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'''Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine?: The Art of Making Zines and Mini-Comics ''' is a book by [[Esther Pearl Wilson]] and [[Mark Todd]] published in 2006 by Graphia Books. Primarily meant for Young Adults, the book is laid out much like a zine using typewritten and handwritten text and drawings. It features several how-to's on zine size, layouts, binding, copying, distribution, and extras such as silkscreening and print gocco. The book also features interviews with [[Laurie Henzel]] of [[Bust]] and  [[Eric Nakamura]] of [[Giant Robot]]. [[Raina Lee]] of [[1-up]] zine and several [[comic]] zine artists, including [[Saelee Oh]], [[Souther Salazar]], [[Allison Cole]], and [[Dave Kiersh]] contributed to ''Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine?''.  
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Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine: The Art of Making Zines and Mini-Comics
Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine: The Art of Making Zines and Mini-Comics

Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine?: The Art of Making Zines and Mini-Comics is a book by Esther Pearl Wilson and Mark Todd published in 2006 by Graphia Books. Primarily meant for Young Adults, the book is laid out much like a zine using typewritten and handwritten text and drawings. It features several how-to's on zine size, layouts, binding, copying, distribution, and extras such as silkscreening and print gocco. The book also features interviews with Laurie Henzel of Bust and Eric Nakamura of Giant Robot. Raina Lee of 1-up zine and several comic zine artists, including Saelee Oh, Souther Salazar, Allison Cole, and Dave Kiersh contributed to Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine?.

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