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Each issue of ''28 Pages'' is hole-punched and bound with various types of twine, keeping true to its title.
 
Each issue of ''28 Pages'' is hole-punched and bound with various types of twine, keeping true to its title.
  
''28 Pages'' is a personal zine dedicated to the experiences and imagination of Christoph, a stay-at-home father, writer and artist.  He writes stories about his day-to-day life, his son, Herbie, his wife, Lisa, and rural life.  He also includes several letters (and responses) to companies that have either dissapointed or delighted him.
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''28 Pages'' is a personal zine dedicated to the experiences and imagination of Christoph, a stay-at-home father, writer and artist.  He writes stories about his day-to-day life, his son, [[Herbie Meyer|Herbie]], his wife, Lisa, and rural life.  He also includes several letters (and responses) to companies that have either dissapointed or delighted him.
  
Issues 1-12 were printed in 8.5 inch by 5.5 inch size, with issue 13 changing to a comic book size, complete with plastic sleeve.  More information about each issue can be found [http://www.twineman.com here].
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Issues 1-12 were printed in 8.5 inch by 5.5 inch size, with issue 13 changing to a comic book size, complete with plastic sleeve.
  
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==External Links==
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*[http://www.twineman.com Official Site]
  
  

Revision as of 08:58, 28 November 2006

28 Pages Lovingly Bound with Twine

28 Pages Lovingly Bound with Twine is a perzine written by Christoph Meyer from Danville, OH.

Each issue of 28 Pages is hole-punched and bound with various types of twine, keeping true to its title.

28 Pages is a personal zine dedicated to the experiences and imagination of Christoph, a stay-at-home father, writer and artist. He writes stories about his day-to-day life, his son, Herbie, his wife, Lisa, and rural life. He also includes several letters (and responses) to companies that have either dissapointed or delighted him.

Issues 1-12 were printed in 8.5 inch by 5.5 inch size, with issue 13 changing to a comic book size, complete with plastic sleeve.

External Links