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'''Smack''' was a literary zine published in the 1980s.
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'''Smack''' was a literary zine published in the 1980s in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A..
  
''Smack'' was published in Seattle, Washington. It was newsletter size zine, 7" by 8 ½". Issue 5 was released in 1984.
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''Smack'' was a newsletter size zine, 7" by 8 ½". It included art work, fiction, interviews,  and reviews.
  
The contents of Issue 5, released in 1984, include   
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The contents of Issue 5, released in 1984, include:  
  
* “Thoughts from a lost soul” by [[Wilum Pugmire|William Pugmyr]] ([[Midnight Fantasies]], [[Punk Lust]], [[Old Bones]])
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* “Thoughts from a lost soul” by [[Wilum Pugmire|William Pugmyr]] ([[Midnight Fantasies]], [[Punk Lust]], [[Old Bones]], [[Visions of Khroyd'hon]])
 
* “Doughnuts” and “The State of Things” by Billski
 
* “Doughnuts” and “The State of Things” by Billski
 
* “A Day In The Life” by John Bennett”
 
* “A Day In The Life” by John Bennett”
 
* “The Gig” by Duane Roger Wright
 
* “The Gig” by Duane Roger Wright
* Reviews of several Robert Mitchum films
 
* Zine reviews including [[Black on White]], [[OP]], [[Hamsterama]], [[Rumble]], [[The Fringe]], [[No Cause For Concern]]
 
 
* “Jeff Smith interviews Jo Smitty”
 
* “Jeff Smith interviews Jo Smitty”
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Also included were  reviews of several Robert Mitchum films, and zine reviews of [[Black on White]], [[OP]], [[Hamsterama]], [[Rumble]], [[The Fringe]], and [[No Cause For Concern?]].
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Latest revision as of 06:28, 19 November 2012

Smack zine copy.jpg

Smack was a literary zine published in the 1980s in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A..

Smack was a newsletter size zine, 7" by 8 ½". It included art work, fiction, interviews, and reviews.

The contents of Issue 5, released in 1984, include:

Also included were reviews of several Robert Mitchum films, and zine reviews of Black on White, OP, Hamsterama, Rumble, The Fringe, and No Cause For Concern?.