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== Listenership ==
== Listenership ==
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The Fall of Autumn Zinester Podcasts were initially available only online, however, in April of 2006, the Zinester Podcasts were broadcasted live on the air during the "The Great Sound Caper" hour on '''CHMR 93.5 FM''' in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._John's%2C_Newfoundland_and_Labrador St. Johns, NL Canada].
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The Fall of Autumn Zinester Podcasts were initially available only on the Fall of Autumn website, however, the Zinester Podcasts were accepted into Apple's ''iTunes Music Store'' and in April of 2006, were broadcasted live on the air during the "The Great Sound Caper" hour on '''CHMR 93.5 FM''' in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._John's%2C_Newfoundland_and_Labrador St. Johns, NL Canada].
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In January 2007, the 10,000th individual episode was downloaded.
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== Episode archive ==
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=== 2008 ===
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* Mitchell Szczepanczyk reading 2 pieces about HDTV and the digital divide. (April 27, 2008)
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* Gabriel Darling reads about time pieces. Instructions on how to submit a zinester podcast by phone (February 23, 2008)
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* Aaron Cynic reads from a zine called [[I, Objector]] just in time for the 2008 election cycle. (January 27, 2008)
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* Jeff Disler reading "Lock." (January 23, 2008)
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===2007===
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* [[Josh Dumas]] live at Around the Coyote ([[Tense Forms]]) (May 2007)
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* "A Message to my Hardcore Fans" and "35th Street Bakery" by [[Pups]] ([[Black Carrot]]) (May 2007)
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* [[Jeb Gleason-Allured]] live at Around the Coyote ([[The 2nd Hand]]) (May 2007)
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* [[Billy Roberts]] live at Around the Coyote ([[Loop Distro]]) (May 2007)
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* "I Believe" by [[Andrew Mall]] ([[Living Proof]]) (April 2007)
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* [[Emerson Dameron]] live at Around the Coyote ([[Chicago Underground Library]]) (April 2007)
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* Malachi Ritscher's Mission Statement read by Brent Kado (Avant/Chicago) (April 2007)
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* "I'm Sorry I Fucked Your Girlfriend" by [[Al Burian]] ([[Burn Collector]]) (March 2007)
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* Around the Coyote Readings, Parts 1 & 2 (March 2007)
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:Featuring [[Kate Sandler]], [[Grant Schreiber]], [[Aaron Cynic]], [[Alicia Dorr]], [[Kelsey Snell]], [[Eric Lab Rat]], [[Andrew Mall]] and [[Liz Mason]].
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* "Man to Man" by [[Pups]] ([[Black Carrot]]) (March 2007)
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* "Barney's Crew" by [[Sean Carswell]] ([[Razorcake]]/Gorsky Press, Inc.) (February 2007)
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* "Hazel Pine & Neely Bat Chestnut (Double Feature)" ([[Cursive Bomb]] / [[Mend My Dress]]) (February 2007)
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* "The Ultimate Warrior" by [[Brandon Wetherbee]] ([[Foul]], [[The Machine]]) (February 2007)
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* "Shirley Wins" by [[Todd Taylor]] ([[Razorcake]]/Gorsky Press, Inc.) (January 2007)
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* "Old Weird America #2" by [[Rose White]] ([[Old Weird America]]) (January 2007)
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== Episode Archive ==
 
===2006===
===2006===
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* "Fire" by [[Emerson Dameron]] ([[Chicago Underground Library]], Wherewithal) (June 2006) (f/ Kyle Bravo)
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* "I'm Writing This From Work" by [[Eric Lab Rat]] (December 2006)
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* "Goosestepping to Safety" by [[Aaron Cynic]] (Diatribe) (June 2006)
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* "Indestructible" by [[Cristy Road]] ([[Green Zine]], Indestructible) (December 2006)
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* "Cat Faeries" by [[Kate Sandler]] (Brainiac) (June 2006)
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* "Peter Garbiel" by [[Andrew Mall]] ([[Living Proof]]) (November 2006)
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* "Galatea's Pants" by [[Lauren Eggert-Crowe]] (Galatea's Pants) (June 2006) (f/ Wax & Wane)
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* "On Subbing" by [[Dave Roche]] ([[On Subbing]]) (November 2006)
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* "Tazewell's Favorite Eccentric" by [[Sarah Rose]] (Tazewell's Favorite Eccentric) (May 2006)
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* "Courtney Love" by [[Dan Halligan]] ([[10 Things Jesus Wants You To Know]]) (October 2006)
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* "Word Math" by Katie (La La Theory) (May 2006)
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* "Punk for the Punks" by [[Pups]] (October 2006)
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* "Cartography For Beginners" by [[April Cartography|April]] (Cartography for Beginners) (April 2006)
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* "The Sharp Dressed Man At The End of The Line" by [[Jeremy Robert Johnson]] (July 2006)
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* "Broken Records" by [[Jessica Haidon]] (Broken Records) (April 2006)
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* "Old Weird America" by [[Rose White]] ([[Old Weird America]]) (July 2006)
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* "Brainscan #21" by [[Alex Wrekk]] (Brainscan) (April 2006) (f/ Late Night Sleep TV)
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* "Fire" by [[Emerson Dameron]] ([[Chicago Underground Library]], [[Wherewithal]]) (June 2006) (f/ [[Kyle Bravo]])
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* "Goosestepping to Safety" by [[Aaron Cynic]] ([[Diatribe]]) (June 2006)
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* "Cat Faeries" by [[Kate Sandler]] ([[Brainiac]]) (June 2006)
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* "Galatea's Pants" by [[Lauren Eggert-Crowe]] ([[Galatea's Pants]]) (June 2006) (f/ Wax & Wane)
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* "Tazewell's Favorite Eccentric" by [[Sarah Rose]] ([[Tazewells Favorite Eccentric]]) (May 2006)
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* "Word Math" by Katie ([[The_La-La_Theory|La-La Theory]]) (May 2006)
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* "Cartography For Beginners" by [[April Cartography|April]] ([[Cartography for Beginners]]) (April 2006)
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* "Broken Records" by [[Jessica Haidon]] ([[Broken Records]]) (April 2006)
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* "Brainscan #21" by [[Alex Wrekk]] ([[Brainscan]]) (April 2006) (f/ Late Night Sleep TV)
* "Ms. Films [[DIY]] Guide to Film & Video" by [[Niku Arbabi]] (director of Ms. Films) (March 2006)
* "Ms. Films [[DIY]] Guide to Film & Video" by [[Niku Arbabi]] (director of Ms. Films) (March 2006)
* "I Want a Mom that will Last Forever" by April Paul (March 2006)
* "I Want a Mom that will Last Forever" by April Paul (March 2006)
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* "He Who Cannot, Teaches" by Andrew Laties (Rebel Bookseller) (March 2006)
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* "He Who Cannot, Teaches" by [[Andrew Laties]] (Rebel Bookseller) (March 2006)
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* "Relationshit" by [[Jennifer Darling]] (Gretchen) (February 2006) (f/ Joy Division)
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* "Relationshit" by [[Jennifer Darling]] ([[Gretchen]]) (February 2006) (f/ Joy Division)
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* "Cymbalta 60 mg Once A Day" by [[Samantha Castillo]] (What's Her Deal?) (February 2006)
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* "Cymbalta 60 mg Once A Day" by [[Samantha Castillo]] ([[What's Her Deal?]]) (February 2006)
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* "She Handed Me Her Diary" by [[Alan Lastufka]] (Pressed Between The Pages) (January 2006)
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* "She Handed Me Her Diary" by [[Alan Lastufka]] ([[Pressed Between The Pages]]) (January 2006)
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* "Four Star Daydream" by [[Fawne DeRosia]] (Four Star Daydream) (January 2006)
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* "Four Star Daydream" by [[Fawne DeRosia]] ([[Four Star Daydream]]) (January 2006)
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* "The Stain" by [[Chella Quint]] (Adventures in Menstruating) (January 2006)
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* "The Stain" by [[Chella Quint]] ([[Adventures in Menstruating]]) (January 2006)
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* "Me And The Big Fella" by [[Emerson Dameron]] (Chicago Underground Library, Wherewithal) (January 2006)
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* "Me And The Big Fella" by [[Emerson Dameron]] ([[Chicago Underground Library]], [[Wherewithal]]) (January 2006)
===2005===
===2005===
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* "Technicolor Polkadot" by [[Hannah D. Forman]] (Technicolor Polkadot) (December 2005)
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* "Technicolor Polka Dot" by [[Hannah D. Forman]] ([[Technicolor Polka Dot]]) (December 2005)
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* "I Must Have Been There, But Left Before You Arrived" by [[Nicole Introvert]] (Introvert) (December 2005) (f/ The Influents)
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* "I Must Have Been There, But Left Before You Arrived" by [[Nicole Introvert]] ([[Introvert]]) (December 2005) (f/ The Influents)
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* "Tattooed Memoirs" by [[Sage Adderley]] (Tattooed Memoirs) (December 2005)
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* "Tattooed Memoirs" by [[Sage Adderley]] ([[Tattooed Memoirs]]) (December 2005)
* "Interview with Joe Biel" by [[Alan Lastufka]] & [[Joe Biel]] ([[Microcosm Publishing]]) (December 2005) (f/ Lifter Puller)
* "Interview with Joe Biel" by [[Alan Lastufka]] & [[Joe Biel]] ([[Microcosm Publishing]]) (December 2005) (f/ Lifter Puller)
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== External Links ==
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== External links ==
* [http://www.fallofautumn.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogsection&id=9&Itemid=47 Zinester Podcasts Official Page]
* [http://www.fallofautumn.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogsection&id=9&Itemid=47 Zinester Podcasts Official Page]
* [http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=134466262&s=143441 Zinester Podcasts on Apple's iTunes]
* [http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=134466262&s=143441 Zinester Podcasts on Apple's iTunes]
* [http://www.fallofautumn.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=69&Itemid=57 Submitting your own Reading]
* [http://www.fallofautumn.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=69&Itemid=57 Submitting your own Reading]
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The Zinester Podcasts are free mp3 audio files regularly produced and published by Fall of Autumn, and intended for download and playback through a personal computer or a portable mp3 player.

Contents

Format

Characteristically taking the format of short radio segments, episodes in the Zinester Podcast series each feature one writer's presentation of a selection from her/his zine. Common to the show format is a soundtrack mainly featuring independent artists, though some shows instead rely on soundscapes related to the piece being read, like the radio dramas of the '40s and '50s.

Listenership

The Fall of Autumn Zinester Podcasts were initially available only on the Fall of Autumn website, however, the Zinester Podcasts were accepted into Apple's iTunes Music Store and in April of 2006, were broadcasted live on the air during the "The Great Sound Caper" hour on CHMR 93.5 FM in St. Johns, NL Canada.

In January 2007, the 10,000th individual episode was downloaded.

Episode archive

2008

  • Mitchell Szczepanczyk reading 2 pieces about HDTV and the digital divide. (April 27, 2008)
  • Gabriel Darling reads about time pieces. Instructions on how to submit a zinester podcast by phone (February 23, 2008)
  • Aaron Cynic reads from a zine called I, Objector just in time for the 2008 election cycle. (January 27, 2008)
  • Jeff Disler reading "Lock." (January 23, 2008)

2007

Featuring Kate Sandler, Grant Schreiber, Aaron Cynic, Alicia Dorr, Kelsey Snell, Eric Lab Rat, Andrew Mall and Liz Mason.

2006

2005

External links

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