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A '''lit-zine''' is a [[zine]] which is part of the literary [[underground culture]]. In lieu of making cold submissions to corporate publishers -- whose editors usually only deal with agented work, especially since the intense media consolidation of the past two decades -- literary zine [[writer]]s are printing their own stories/novels and distributing them via the current "underground railroad," primarily through websites and [[A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press]].
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A '''lit-zine''' is a [[zine]] which is part of the literary [[underground culture]]. In lieu of making cold submissions to corporate publishers -- whose editors usually only deal with agented work, especially since the intense media consolidation of the past two decades -- literary zine [[writer]]s are printing their own stories/novels/[[chapbook]]s and distributing them via the current "underground railroad," primarily through websites and [[A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press]].
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==See also==
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*[[:Category:Literary Zines|List of Literary Zines]]
  
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Latest revision as of 07:18, 30 May 2010

A lit-zine is a zine which is part of the literary underground culture. In lieu of making cold submissions to corporate publishers -- whose editors usually only deal with agented work, especially since the intense media consolidation of the past two decades -- literary zine writers are printing their own stories/novels/chapbooks and distributing them via the current "underground railroad," primarily through websites and A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press.

See also