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Whatcha mean, what's a zine? : the art of making zines and minicomics

Author: Mark Todd; Esther Watson
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Graphia, 2006.
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A zine is a handmade magazine or mini-comic about anything you can imagine: favorite bands, personal stories, subcultures, or collections. They contain diary entries, rants, interviews, and stories. They can be by one person or many, found in stores, traded at comic conventions, exchanged with friends, or given away for free. Zines are not a new idea: they've been around for years under various names (chapbooks,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juvenile literature
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Todd, Mark, 1970-
Whatcha mean, what's a zine?
Boston, Mass. : Graphia, 2006
(OCoLC)762093444
Material Type: Secondary (senior high) school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Todd; Esther Watson
ISBN: 9780618563159 0618563156 9781417730513 141773051X 9781435260665 143526066X
OCLC Number: 62679907
Description: 110 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Intro / Eric Nakamura of Giant Robot --
200 Years of Zine Production / Dan Zettwoch --
What's A Zine? --
Why?Why?Why? --
Small World Funnies / John Porcellino --
History --
A personal History of Zines / Raina Lee --
Evolution of Self-publishing --
Great Moments in Zine History / Joe Rocco --
Pioneers and Stamp Lickers / Dave Kiersh --
From a Zine to Magazine / Interview with Laurie Henzel --
Make Your Own --
The Challenge:Write, Draw & Publish a Mini-Comic / Shane Patrick Boyle --
Meat 'N' Potatoes --
On Whaling / Anders Nilsen --
What's the Big Idea? --
Having Fun with Materials / Souther Salazar --
Say Something --
Writing between Mt. Fuji & Mt. Saint Helens / Christopher Lepkowski --
The Daily News: Journal Writing --
The Cut 'N' Paste Poet, William S. Burroughs' Cut-Up Technique channeled through Christopher Lepkowski --
The Art of the Interview / Ben Bush --
Zine Together --
What Bugs? --
Let's Review --
Did Blogs Kill the zine star? --
Co-Op! --
Rise and Shine / Saelee Oh, Souther Salazar --
Cartoon Workshop / Paper Rad --
Formats --
Copier Tricks --
From Original to Copy --
Master Copy --
Double Up! --
Copier Tricks --
Copy Talk --
The Poor Man's Printer --
Printing --
The Ditto Machine / Pat Riot --
Image is Everything --
Go Pro! / Mark Dischler --
How to Make a Silkscreen-Printed Zine Cover / Peter Hamlin --
Let's Print Gocco / Jonathan Bennett --
The Cut 'N' Corral --
Collating by Hand --
Collating With the Copier --
Binding with Chuck Johnson, The Staple Guy! --
Unique Bindings / Saelee Oh --
Square Binding with Power Tools / James McShane --
Get It Out There --
5 Gold - Encrusted Tips for Getting It Out There / Bwana Spoons --
Make Contact --
Places to Leave Your Zine --
Here's a Little Pep Talk about Zine Trading / Ron Rege, Jr. --
Postal Peril: Turn Mail Service into A Lean, Mean, Zine-Delivering Maching / Dan Zettwoch --
First Efforts and Wasted Paper / Martin Cendreda --
Where to Shop (and drop) --
The Beauty of Invoicing / Allison Cole --
Distro --
Zine Resources --
Slow Sales and Accidental Dinners: My First Convention and How we Dined with Stars / Martin Cendreda --
Zine Libraries --
How I Make My Zine / Dave Kiersh.
Other Titles: What do you mean, what is a zine
What's a zine
What is a zine
Responsibility: Mark Todd + Esther Pearl Watson ; with contributions by more than 20 creators of indie comics and magazines.
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A zine is a handmade magazine or mini-comic about anything you can imagine: favorite bands, personal stories, subcultures, or collections. They contain diary entries, rants, interviews, and stories. They can be by one person or many, found in stores, traded at comic conventions, exchanged with friends, or given away for free. Zines are not a new idea: they've been around for years under various names (chapbooks, flyers, pamphlets). People with independent ideas have been getting their word out since before there were printing presses. This book is for anyone who wants to create their own zine. It's for learning tips and tricks from contributors who have been at the forefront of the zine movement. It's for learning how to design and print your own zine so you can put it in others' hands. It's for anyone who has something to say.--From publisher description.

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