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'''New Philistine''' was a zine published by [[Karl Wenclas]], focusing on literary politics and gossip. It was noted for its strongly anti-establishment views. Wenclas claims that many of the prominent writers he ridiculed, such as Jonathan Franzen, were also fans of the zine.
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'''New Philistine''' was a [[zine]] published by [[Karl Wenclas]], focusing on literary politics and gossip. It was noted for its strongly anti-establishment views. Many prominent writers and editors of the day were paying subscribers of the zine.
  
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NP first received mainstream media attention with a write-up in the ''New York Daily News'' August 9, 1993.
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Karl Wenclas is also the publisher of [[Zine Beat]] and founder of the [[Underground Literary Alliance]].
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Latest revision as of 19:49, 15 December 2007

New Philistine was a zine published by Karl Wenclas, focusing on literary politics and gossip. It was noted for its strongly anti-establishment views. Many prominent writers and editors of the day were paying subscribers of the zine.

NP first received mainstream media attention with a write-up in the New York Daily News August 9, 1993.

Karl Wenclas is also the publisher of Zine Beat and founder of the Underground Literary Alliance.