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'''Death Ship''' is the over sized [[zine]] review [[zine]] by [[Violet Jones]].
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'''Death Ship''' (also known as ''Death Ship of the Free Press'' and ''Free Press Death Ship'') was an oversized [[zine]] published by [[Violet Jones]]. It was focused on zine reviews, correspondence with other zinesters, and related material. Its production values and ideological outlook are similar to those of [[The Match]].
  
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Its name is taken from the novel ''Death Ship: The Story of an American Sailor'' by Bruno Traven.
  
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Latest revision as of 21:03, 4 February 2010

Death Ship

Death Ship (also known as Death Ship of the Free Press and Free Press Death Ship) was an oversized zine published by Violet Jones. It was focused on zine reviews, correspondence with other zinesters, and related material. Its production values and ideological outlook are similar to those of The Match.

Its name is taken from the novel Death Ship: The Story of an American Sailor by Bruno Traven.