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'''Fever''' (also known as '''Fever Zine''') is a quarterly zine based in London, United Kingdom.  
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'''Fever''' (also known as '''Fever Zine''') is a quarterly [[zine]] based in London, United Kingdom.  
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Fever was created by British music and arts journalist [[Alex Zamora]] who also publishes and edits the zine. He was previously responsible for publishing the limited-run zine [[Barometer]].
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==Origin==
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Printed in black and white on A4 pages, the zine itself is folded into A5 and stapled. Its front and back covers are printed on pink paper while the inside pages are white. It uses distinctive and original typography on its cover and on its article titles. Issue 1 had 24 pages while Issue 2 has 28 pages.
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Fever was created by British music journalist [[Alex Zamora]] who also publishes and edits the zine. He was previously responsible for publishing the limited-run zine Barometer.
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Fever's apparent main focus is Music. It also covers Art, Fashion, [[DIY|DIY culture]] and other zines. It has a slight bias towards covering creativity from the city of Liverpool in the United Kingdom. It contains writing, photography and illustration by a variety of contributors.
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Issue two features interviews with Pop Levi, Ladytron and music video director Nima Nourizadeh.
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==Appearance==
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24 black and white pages. Its front and back covers are printed on pink paper while the inside pages are white. It uses distinctive and original typography on its cover and on its article titles.
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==Contents==
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Fever's main focus is Music. It also covers Art, Fashion, DIY culture and other zines. It has a slight bias towards covering art and music from the city of Liverpool in the United Kingdom. It contains writing, photography and illustration by a variety of contributors, all of which are listed on its Myspace profile.
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==Contributors==
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Its contributors are wholly drawn from Myspace and range from art students to professionals from the U.K. and the rest of the world.  
Its contributors are wholly drawn from Myspace and range from art students to professionals from the U.K. and the rest of the world.  
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The cover of Issue 2 was drawn by acclaimed British illustrator Andy Council and is based on the Spinosaurus from the movie Jurassic Park 3. According to his website, Council has nicknamed it 'Feversaurus'
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==Availabilty==
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===Issues===
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According to its Myspace profile its main outlet is the profile itself, using Paypal as a payment method. The profile also lists physical outlets around the United Kingdom and one in Barcelona, Spain. A separate list on the profile details forthcoming stockists in the U.K. and the rest of the world.
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Issue 1 was first published in early 2007 and created using Microsoft Word.
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On Saturday April 21st 2007, Fever took part in the annual [[London Zine Symposium]] at The Horse Hospital in Bloomsbury, London.
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==Promotion==
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According to their blog, Issue 2 of Fever debuted at the independent publishing fair [[Publish And Be Damned]] in London on July 29th, 2007.
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The zine is widely promoted on Myspace. The cover of Issue 1 is regularly used as a calling card on Fever's Myspace friends' profiles.
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[[Image:Fever_-_Issue_2_cover.jpg|thumb|right|275px|Cover of Issue 2]]
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==Issues==
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===Trivia===
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Issue 1 was first published in early 2007 and created using Microsoft Word.
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Fever is sometimes referred to as 'Fever Zine' on Myspace.
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According to their blog, Issue 2 of Fever is due to go on sale at independent publishing fair Publish And Be Damned in London on July 29th, 2007.
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==Trivia==
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Fever is also refered to as 'Fever Zine' on Myspace.
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Issue 1's cover was purposefully left blank, with only the Fever logo present. According to Fever's blog this was done to establish the zine's logo and identity with readers.
Issue 1's cover was purposefully left blank, with only the Fever logo present. According to Fever's blog this was done to establish the zine's logo and identity with readers.
   
   
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Issue 2 was featured in an article by journalist Helen Sumpter in ''Time Out London'' on the 23rd of July. It was picked as one of the zines to look out for at Publish And Be Damned 2007.
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==Sources==
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==External Links==
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*[http://www.feverzine.co.uk/ Fever Zine Homepage]
*[http://www.myspace.com/feverzine Fever's Myspace Profile]
*[http://www.myspace.com/feverzine Fever's Myspace Profile]
*[http://blog.myspace.com/feverzine Fever's Blog]
*[http://blog.myspace.com/feverzine Fever's Blog]
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*[http://ledilly.blogspot.com/2007/02/fever-zine.html Le Dilly Blog]
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*[http://ledilly.blogspot.com/2007/02/fever-zine.html Review at Le Dilly Blog]
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*[http://www.timeout.com/london/art/features/3215.html TimeOut article]
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*[http://www.andycouncil.co.uk/ Andy Council Homepage]
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==External Links==
 
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*[http://www.publishandbedamned.org/ Publish And Be Damned homepage]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the UK]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:London Zines]]

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Cover of Issue 1
Cover of Issue 1

Fever (also known as Fever Zine) is a quarterly zine based in London, United Kingdom.

Fever was created by British music and arts journalist Alex Zamora who also publishes and edits the zine. He was previously responsible for publishing the limited-run zine Barometer.

Printed in black and white on A4 pages, the zine itself is folded into A5 and stapled. Its front and back covers are printed on pink paper while the inside pages are white. It uses distinctive and original typography on its cover and on its article titles. Issue 1 had 24 pages while Issue 2 has 28 pages.

Fever's apparent main focus is Music. It also covers Art, Fashion, DIY culture and other zines. It has a slight bias towards covering creativity from the city of Liverpool in the United Kingdom. It contains writing, photography and illustration by a variety of contributors. Issue two features interviews with Pop Levi, Ladytron and music video director Nima Nourizadeh.

Its contributors are wholly drawn from Myspace and range from art students to professionals from the U.K. and the rest of the world.

The cover of Issue 2 was drawn by acclaimed British illustrator Andy Council and is based on the Spinosaurus from the movie Jurassic Park 3. According to his website, Council has nicknamed it 'Feversaurus'

Issues

Issue 1 was first published in early 2007 and created using Microsoft Word.

On Saturday April 21st 2007, Fever took part in the annual London Zine Symposium at The Horse Hospital in Bloomsbury, London.

According to their blog, Issue 2 of Fever debuted at the independent publishing fair Publish And Be Damned in London on July 29th, 2007.

Cover of Issue 2
Cover of Issue 2


Trivia

Fever is sometimes referred to as 'Fever Zine' on Myspace.

Issue 1's cover was purposefully left blank, with only the Fever logo present. According to Fever's blog this was done to establish the zine's logo and identity with readers.

Issue 2 was featured in an article by journalist Helen Sumpter in Time Out London on the 23rd of July. It was picked as one of the zines to look out for at Publish And Be Damned 2007.

External Links

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