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zine

also 'zine  (zēn)
n.
1. An inexpensively produced, self-published, underground publication: I often contributed cartoons and essays to other people's 'zines, so why didn't I just buckle down and start my own? (Pagan Kennedy).
2. An e-zine.

[Short for magazine.]

zine

(ziːn)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) informal a magazine or fanzine

'zine

or zine

(zin)
n.
1. an individualistic, small-circulation magazine typically produced cheaply by a single nonprofessional enthusiast.
2. such a magazine existing on the World Wide Web.
[1960–65; clipping of fanzine]
Translations

zine

[ziːn] 'zine Nfanzine m, revistilla f

zine

[ˈziːn] nzine m

zine

, ’zine (inf)
n kleine, amateurhaft produzierte Zeitschrift, → Magazin nt, → Heftchen nt
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A 12-hour festival for zines-small handmade booklets, short for fanzines or magazines-will be held in Cebu tomorrow, April 16, showcasing the work of over 50 zine makers from all over the Philippines and around the world.
We gained access to a trove of skate zines that dated back to 1977 (Northwest Skateboarder) but also featured zines that had come out the day before.
WHEN ARTFORUM INVITED ME to curate a portfolio for this issue, I pulled some of my favorite zines from recent years, mostly titles I've come across since moving to New York in 2010 (and starting the 8 Ball Zine Fair and the Newsstand, a store in a subway station that had shelves stocked with zines and books instead of candy and newspapers).
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Zines are much like any other small pamphlet or booklet, the important difference being that they are independent, noncommercial, and self-made, which allows them to be easily and inexpensively reproduced and distributed.
Artists AJ Garrett and Rebecca Little have been teaching folk how to make their own comic books and magazines - known as zines in underground publishing.
The National Library of Australia has recently focused on building its collection of contemporary Australian comics, graphic novels and zines.
In the United States, Great Britain and, to a lesser degree, Australia, both academic analyses and popular readers of grrrl zines have played an important role in raising awareness about the subject.
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Note from Underground: Zines and the Politics of Alternative Culture" traces the historical rise in zine popularity beginning with fanzines of the 1930s, fueled in the 1970s by the punk movement, and reaching a height in the 1990s.