Crimewave USA

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'''Crimewave USA''' is a [[zine]] published by [[Mark Maynard]] and [[Linette Lao]]. Contributors have included [[Gregory Hischak]], [[Russ Forster]], [[Jeff Kay]] and others. It includes a variety of material, including first-person anecdotes, comics, and interviews with people the publishers admire. A piece written by Maynard about participating in a television talk show was reprinted in [[The Factsheet Five Zine Reader]].
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[[Image:Crimewave12.jpg|200px|thumb|right|'''Crime Wave''' <br/>Issue 12, 1999]]
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==External Link==
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'''Crimewave USA''' is a [[zine]] published by [[Mark Maynard]] and his wife [[Linette Lao]].
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[http://www.crimewaveusa.com Official website]
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[[Category:Zine|Crimewave]] [[Category:Michigan Zines]]
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Contributors have included [[Gregory Hischak]], [[Russ Forster]], [[Jeff Kay]] and others. It includes a variety of material, including first-person anecdotes, comics, and interviews with people the publishers admire, such as Mo Tucker, Howard Finster, Neil Hamburger and Daniel Pinkwater and groups like Pylon and Half Japanese. A piece written by Maynard about participating in a television talk show was reprinted in [[The Factsheet Five Zine Reader]].
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[[Category:Zine|Crimewave]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:Michigan Zines]][[Category:1990's publications]] [[Category:2000's publications]]

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Crime Wave Issue 12, 1999
Crime Wave
Issue 12, 1999

Crimewave USA is a zine published by Mark Maynard and his wife Linette Lao.

Contributors have included Gregory Hischak, Russ Forster, Jeff Kay and others. It includes a variety of material, including first-person anecdotes, comics, and interviews with people the publishers admire, such as Mo Tucker, Howard Finster, Neil Hamburger and Daniel Pinkwater and groups like Pylon and Half Japanese. A piece written by Maynard about participating in a television talk show was reprinted in The Factsheet Five Zine Reader.

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