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'''A Day In The Air''' (also known as '''adita''') is a sporadically published personal [[zine]]. The publication was started in April, 1998, in Iowa City, Iowa. It is published in a quarter-sized format. Issues 10, 13, and 15 include a compact disk. The issues are technically numbered with a sequence of zeros (0, 00, 000), however [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabic_numbers Arabic numbers] were later substituted for simplicity. The zero numbering system is reflected on the pages which presented philosophical ramblings about "nothing." Adita #7, "automatic", was named "Zine of the Month" in the February, 2000, issue of [[Maximum Rock 'N' Roll|Maximum RocknRoll]]. The first CD compilation was included with issue #10. The most recent issue is "dance, punk." Adita has been collected at numerous zine archives including; Salt Lake City Public Library, Denver Zine Archive, the [[Chicago Underground Library]], and the Special Collections Departments at DePaul University and University of Iowa.
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'''A Day In The Air''' (also known as '''adita''') is a sporadically published personal [[zine]]. The publication was started in April, 1998, in Iowa City, Iowa. It is published in a quarter-sized format. Issues 10, 13, and 15 include a compact disk. The issues are technically numbered with a sequence of zeros (0, 00, 000), however [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabic_numbers Arabic numbers] were later substituted for simplicity. The zero numbering system is reflected on the pages which presented philosophical ramblings about "nothing." Adita #7, "automatic", was named "Zine of the Month" in the February, 2000, issue of [[Maximum Rock 'N' Roll|Maximum Rock N Roll]]. The first CD compilation was included with issue #10. The most recent issue is "dance, punk." Adita has been collected at numerous zine archives including; Salt Lake City Public Library, Denver Zine Archive, the [[Chicago Underground Library]], and the Special Collections Departments at DePaul University and University of Iowa.
==Features==
==Features==
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Adita has a number of semi-regular features. A comic called "Captain Proscrastination" appeared a number of times. Poetry and writing accompanies photographic, drawn, or appropriated art. Interviews are fairly common. Adita has featured a number of musicians, artists, performers, and personalities including: [[Mia Park]] (host of the CAN-TV public access dance-rock show,[[Chic-a-go-go]]), [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Faint The Faint], [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodney_Mullen Rodney Mullen], [[Seven Days of Samsara]], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fall_Out_Boy Fall Out Boy], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Elliott_Whitmore William Elliott Whitmore], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_Grand Ten Grand], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jenny_Choi Jenny Choi], and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thax_Douglas Thax Douglas].
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Adita has a number of semi-regular features. A [[comic]] called "Captain Proscrastination" appeared a number of times. Poetry and writing accompanies photographic, drawn, or appropriated art. Interviews are fairly common. Adita has featured a number of musicians, artists, performers, and personalities including: Mia Park (host of the CAN-TV public access dance-rock show, Chic-a-go-go), [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Faint The Faint], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodney_Mullen Rodney Mullen], Seven Days of Samsara, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fall_Out_Boy Fall Out Boy], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Elliott_Whitmore William Elliott Whitmore], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_Grand Ten Grand], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jenny_Choi Jenny Choi], and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thax_Douglas Thax Douglas].
==Issues==
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*8 - 2000, summer - "no assumptions"
*8 - 2000, summer - "no assumptions"
*9 - 2000, winter - "is dead / photozine"
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*10 - 2000, summer - "[[Adita presents: CD Compilation]]"  
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*10 - 2000, summer - "[[Adita 10: CD Compilation]]"  
*11 - 2001, May - "winter tour / potata zine"
*11 - 2001, May - "winter tour / potata zine"
*12 - 2001, May - "soda can"
*12 - 2001, May - "soda can"
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*13 - 2001, summer - "[[Adita presents: Mix CD]]"
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*13 - 2001, summer - "[[Adita 13: Mix CD]]"
*14 - 2002, March - "green cover"
*14 - 2002, March - "green cover"
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*15 - 2003, summer - "[[Adita presents: Iowahardcore.com(pilation)]]"
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*15 - 2003, summer - "[[Adita 15: Iowahardcore.com(pilation)]]"
*16 - 2007, January - "dance, punk."
*16 - 2007, January - "dance, punk."
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*20 - 2007, summer - "[[Unrest in the Midwest]]"
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*20 - 2007, summer - "[[Adita 20: Unrest in the Midwest]]"
[[Image:Adita15iahc.jpg|thumb|right|275px|Adita #15, CD03 - "Iowahardcore.com(pilation)"]]
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Adita #0 or (1), the cover of the first issue, "powerline/steeple."
Adita #0 or (1), the cover of the first issue, "powerline/steeple."

A Day In The Air (also known as adita) is a sporadically published personal zine. The publication was started in April, 1998, in Iowa City, Iowa. It is published in a quarter-sized format. Issues 10, 13, and 15 include a compact disk. The issues are technically numbered with a sequence of zeros (0, 00, 000), however Arabic numbers were later substituted for simplicity. The zero numbering system is reflected on the pages which presented philosophical ramblings about "nothing." Adita #7, "automatic", was named "Zine of the Month" in the February, 2000, issue of Maximum Rock N Roll. The first CD compilation was included with issue #10. The most recent issue is "dance, punk." Adita has been collected at numerous zine archives including; Salt Lake City Public Library, Denver Zine Archive, the Chicago Underground Library, and the Special Collections Departments at DePaul University and University of Iowa.

Contents

Features

Adita has a number of semi-regular features. A comic called "Captain Proscrastination" appeared a number of times. Poetry and writing accompanies photographic, drawn, or appropriated art. Interviews are fairly common. Adita has featured a number of musicians, artists, performers, and personalities including: Mia Park (host of the CAN-TV public access dance-rock show, Chic-a-go-go), The Faint, Rodney Mullen, Seven Days of Samsara, Fall Out Boy, William Elliott Whitmore, Ten Grand, Jenny Choi, and Thax Douglas.

Issues

  • 1 - 1998, April - "powerline/steeple"
  • 2 - 1998, May - "radio tower"
  • 3 - 1998, June - "glenview"
  • 4 - 1999, March - "mohawk skater"
  • 5 - 1999, summer - "juggling"
  • 6 - 1999, June - "chameleon"
  • 7 - 1999, September - "automatic"
  • 8 - 2000, summer - "no assumptions"
  • 9 - 2000, winter - "is dead / photozine"
  • 10 - 2000, summer - "Adita 10: CD Compilation"
  • 11 - 2001, May - "winter tour / potata zine"
  • 12 - 2001, May - "soda can"
  • 13 - 2001, summer - "Adita 13: Mix CD"
  • 14 - 2002, March - "green cover"
  • 15 - 2003, summer - "Adita 15: Iowahardcore.com(pilation)"
  • 16 - 2007, January - "dance, punk."
  • 20 - 2007, summer - "Adita 20: Unrest in the Midwest"
Image:Adita15iahc.jpg
Adita #15, CD03 - "Iowahardcore.com(pilation)"

Compilations

This list is an overlapping of the Issues list only mentioning the specific zines which were accompanied by compact disks. Notable artists include, Jenny Choi, Fifteen, Hewhocorrupts, Modern Life Is War, Ten Grand, and William Elliott Whitmore

  • CD01 - (#10) 2000, summer - "cd compilation"
  • CD02 - (#13) 2001, summer - "Mix CD"
  • CD03 - (#15) 2003, summer - "Iowahardcore.com(pilation)"

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