Dairy river

From ZineWiki

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1: Line 1:
[http://www.dairyriver.com Dairy River] is a zine slash collective slash encyclopedia slash field guide focusing on detritus, ephemera, minutia, and miscellany.  We are particularly interested in the built environment, remnants of the industrial revolution, the objects that populate our environment and their individual histories, and the more obscure sociological aspects of our (musical) consciousness.   
[http://www.dairyriver.com Dairy River] is a zine slash collective slash encyclopedia slash field guide focusing on detritus, ephemera, minutia, and miscellany.  We are particularly interested in the built environment, remnants of the industrial revolution, the objects that populate our environment and their individual histories, and the more obscure sociological aspects of our (musical) consciousness.   
-
[[Image:Dairy_River_Vol-1-1._10_Cover.jpg|200px|thumb|left|alt text]]  
+
[[Image:Dairy_River_Vol-1-1._10_Cover.jpg|200px|thumb|left|Dairy River Vol. 10]]  
== History ==
== History ==

Revision as of 15:05, 24 August 2013

Dairy River is a zine slash collective slash encyclopedia slash field guide focusing on detritus, ephemera, minutia, and miscellany. We are particularly interested in the built environment, remnants of the industrial revolution, the objects that populate our environment and their individual histories, and the more obscure sociological aspects of our (musical) consciousness.

Dairy River Vol. 10
Dairy River Vol. 10

History

Dairy River was founded in 2006 as an online zine but has since become a print venture in addition. It was founded with the intent of allowing long-time creative collaborators to continue collaboration over long geographic distances, namely, individuals related to HOUSE (Ardmore Style Productions, eventually based out of NY and CT) and Cape & Chalice Records (based in North Carolina).

Editorial Board

Takery, Editor-in-chief TAKERY is a human-sized rabbit, raised by wolves in the Ardennes Forest, sent to boarding school in England, baker by trade, banker by occupation, illustrator by necessity, consultant by choice, economist by day and patron-of-the-arts by night.

Chirton Favrie, Associate Editor Edmund St. John, Associate Editor Blaine Tinwoody, Associate Editor E.P. Melmins, Secretary

Personal tools