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AK Verve was an "all-purpose" zine put out by a local writer, BMAC (Brian MacMillan), and a grip of other people in Anchorage, Alaska. AK Verve ran the gamut from local radical politics to new fiction and a dash of local music (mostly of the folk-rock and jam band variety) and most grass-roots topics in between.  
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AK Verve was an "all-purpose" zine put out by a local writer, BMAC (Brian MacMillan), and a grip of other people in Anchorage, Alaska. AK Verve ran the gamut from local radical politics to new fiction and a dash of local music (mostly of the folk-rock variety) and most grass-roots topics in between.  
  
 
AK Verve ran from 1992 until the Fall of 2000. After folding The Verve, BMAC began traveling extensively, until finally coming back in 2001 to start a regional film festival in Anchorage.
 
AK Verve ran from 1992 until the Fall of 2000. After folding The Verve, BMAC began traveling extensively, until finally coming back in 2001 to start a regional film festival in Anchorage.

Revision as of 21:13, 24 May 2007

AK Verve was an "all-purpose" zine put out by a local writer, BMAC (Brian MacMillan), and a grip of other people in Anchorage, Alaska. AK Verve ran the gamut from local radical politics to new fiction and a dash of local music (mostly of the folk-rock variety) and most grass-roots topics in between.

AK Verve ran from 1992 until the Fall of 2000. After folding The Verve, BMAC began traveling extensively, until finally coming back in 2001 to start a regional film festival in Anchorage.