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  • WHILE ZINE WAS SPEAKING he asked CLA Gerry Miller why he "looked so incredulous," and he said because Zine is the one who is vying to bring the Olympics to L A and IT'S A CONDITION OF THAT, THAT HOST CITY PICKS UP ALL PUBLIC SAFETY AND OTHER SERVICE EXPENSES.

    Los Angeles Politics Hotsheet for Friday

  • Advantage and Disadvantage of Zine is a long-term, multifaceted collaboration with a group of young women college students in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

    Fundraiser: The Advantage and Disadvantage of Zine, a funding proposal

  • Alternative Reality Web Zine is conducting an online and ongoing interview with me this week, and you can reach the forum by clicking here.

    Online and Ongoing Interview

  • Zine is a zine that destroys all of these blogs by sending them to the deep ocean where they will be eaten by unknown lifeforms.

    SF/F Writers Who Blog

  • So let me be the first to be politically incorrect and call Zine an incompetent, rude, power trippy ex-cop who is only a councilman because he had zero competition and lives in Republican heaven.

    Open Thread for Friday

  • So anyway, the cover of the Zine is a collage of pictures taken from every page and my friend Joel is doing the legalization of "mary jane" and his picture is of some guy smoking up.

    super-suzan Diary Entry

  • If you have questions too, call Zine's office @ 213.473.7003.

    AroundTheCapitol.com

  • And "Zine", the name of the girl in the first scene, is also the name of one of Ariç most emblemathic songs, in memory of

    WN.com - Photown News

  • And "Zine", the name of the girl in the first scene, is also the name of one of Ariç most emblemathic songs, in memory of Halabja Massacre;

    WN.com - Photown News

  • Underground Bands Play Influential 'Zine's 30th B-Day

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  • A zine (an abbreviation of the word fanzine, or magazine; pronounced /?zi?n/ "zeen") is most commonly a small circulation publication of original or appropriated texts and images. More broadly, the term encompasses any self-published work of minority interest usually reproduced via photocopier on a variety of colored paper stock.

    A popular definition includes that circulation must be 5,000 or less, although in practice the significant majority are produced in editions of less than 100, and profit is not the primary intent of publication.

    July 14, 2009