Zine Beat

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'''Zine Beat''' is a [[zine]] by [[Karl Wenclas]] or King Wenclas from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, one of the founders of the ULA, [[Underground Literary Alliance]].
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'''Zine Beat''' is a [[zine]] by [[Karl Wenclas]] or King Wenclas from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, one of the founders of the ULA, or [[Underground Literary Alliance]].
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Issue #2 continues the adventures of a [[zine]] writer seeking to prod underground publishers into creating a literary movement." This [[zinester]] writes about moving to, and living in, Philly with some side trips into film reviews, 4 pages of "Stars of the Underground" (a list of literary favorites in [[zine]]s); and a call for an indie literary revolution. He writes well and his style reads like pulp fiction, with most of his perzine adventures in or around bars.  
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Issue #2 continues the adventures of a [[zine]] [[writer]] seeking to prod underground publishers into creating a literary movement. This [[zinester]] writes about moving to, and living in, Philly with some side trips into film reviews, 4 pages of "Stars of the Underground" (a list of literary favorites in [[zine]]s); and a call for an indie literary revolution. He writes well and his style reads like pulp fiction, with most of his [[perzine]] adventures in or around bars.  
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[[category:zine]] [[Category: Pennsylvania Zines]] [[Category:Literary Zines]]
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Revision as of 06:59, 4 March 2007

Zine Beat is a zine by Karl Wenclas or King Wenclas from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, one of the founders of the ULA, or Underground Literary Alliance.

Issue #2 continues the adventures of a zine writer seeking to prod underground publishers into creating a literary movement. This zinester writes about moving to, and living in, Philly with some side trips into film reviews, 4 pages of "Stars of the Underground" (a list of literary favorites in zines); and a call for an indie literary revolution. He writes well and his style reads like pulp fiction, with most of his perzine adventures in or around bars.

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