Category:Punk Planet Exclusives

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From [[Punk Planet]] Magazine to [[ZineWiki:About|ZineWiki.com]] comes exclusive online content from the archives of Chicago's punk zine laureate. ZineWiki, the open-source encyclopedia of all things independent publishing and small press, made available online the first of many Punk Planet articles on September 22, 2006, a roundtable discussion interview of top zine librarians entitled "[[Unofficial Histories: Zine and Ephemeral Print Archivists]]," by Anne Elizabeth Moore.
From [[Punk Planet]] Magazine to [[ZineWiki:About|ZineWiki.com]] comes exclusive online content from the archives of Chicago's punk zine laureate. ZineWiki, the open-source encyclopedia of all things independent publishing and small press, made available online the first of many Punk Planet articles on September 22, 2006, a roundtable discussion interview of top zine librarians entitled "[[Unofficial Histories: Zine and Ephemeral Print Archivists]]," by Anne Elizabeth Moore.
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One upstate NY librarian is trying to get a full archive of Punk Planet off the ground.  She envisions full scans of each page and an easily browseable interface.  Many obstacles stand in the way, however, particularly tracking down each author for copyright permission.  Want to help?  Visit at: http://punkplanet.omeka.net/
Additional articles are listed below:
Additional articles are listed below:

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From Punk Planet Magazine to ZineWiki.com comes exclusive online content from the archives of Chicago's punk zine laureate. ZineWiki, the open-source encyclopedia of all things independent publishing and small press, made available online the first of many Punk Planet articles on September 22, 2006, a roundtable discussion interview of top zine librarians entitled "Unofficial Histories: Zine and Ephemeral Print Archivists," by Anne Elizabeth Moore.

One upstate NY librarian is trying to get a full archive of Punk Planet off the ground. She envisions full scans of each page and an easily browseable interface. Many obstacles stand in the way, however, particularly tracking down each author for copyright permission. Want to help? Visit at: http://punkplanet.omeka.net/

Additional articles are listed below:

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