fan magazine


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fan′ magazine`


n.
a magazine containing information and gossip about celebrities. Compare fanzine.
[1925–30]
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the public discourse surrounding Valentino--reviews, interviews, studio publicity, articles in fan magazines and the general press, popular biographies--sources that at once document, manipulate and constitute his reception (Hansen 1994: 253).
His breathless piece on Woody Allen belongs in a fan magazine.
I don't expect the papers to act like a fan magazine - at the end of the day reality is not a load of people telling you how great you are all the time.
Speaking at the anti-race-mixing Bob Jones University and giving an interview to the Confederate fan magazine Southern Partisan-which he praised for trying to convince Americans that the Confederates were not "giving their lives, subscribing their sacred fortunes and their honor to some preverted agenda"-didn't help Ashcroft's reputation with the civil rights cognoscenti eit her.
The editor of the fan magazine Gun World also wrote in August 2001 about the trend in sales of police sniper rifles, which are generally in the 30 caliber range.
An analysis of these fan magazine articles reveal a number of themes: the idealization of her stepfather and family life, her preoccupation with her looks and dieting, and her social life.
Douglas and Zeta-Jones had negotiated a lucrative deal granting British fan magazine OK
CORONATION Street's official fan magazine is closing down due to falling sales.
Bowie and Koons, a driveling exercise in narcissistic exhibitionism more appropriate to a Hollywood fan magazine than a serious art journal.
The singer asked to see Angela Samuels, 20, after her mum wrote to his fan magazine about her.
I'm getting bigger every day," the Material Girl, left, moaned to her fan magazine, Icon.
Part social history, part fan magazine, part seance, the podcast plays like a mashup of Turner Classic Movies and Elvira.