The Skeleton News

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The Skeleton News is a Chicago area zine-like newspaper publication which is promulgated by Sir [[Liam Idiot]] and a cast of thousands. The Skeleton is loosely associated with the premier noise-rock emporium known as [[Mr. City]]. The Skeleton, which began publication in 2006, is published on a semi-monthly basis. Issues include art reviews, comics, drawings, cultural critique, political, and fiction and non-fiction essays. The Skeleton is supported by advertising. The print run is probably over 1000, though, currently, this information is unknown. Copies of The Skeleton can be found at [[Myopic Books]], The Empty Bottle, and other places around Chicago.
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'''The Skeleton News''' is a [[Chicago]] area [[zine]]-like newspaper publication which is promulgated by Sir [[Liam Idiot]] and a cast of thousands. The Skeleton is loosely associated with the premier noise-rock emporium known as [[Mr. City]]. The Skeleton, which began publication in 2006, is published on a semi-monthly basis. Issues include art reviews, comics, drawings, cultural critique, political, and fiction and non-fiction essays. The Skeleton is supported by advertising. The print run is probably over 1000, though, currently, this information is unknown. Copies of The Skeleton can be found at [[Myopic Books]], The Empty Bottle, and other places around Chicago.
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Revision as of 20:14, 28 February 2007

The Skeleton News is a Chicago area zine-like newspaper publication which is promulgated by Sir Liam Idiot and a cast of thousands. The Skeleton is loosely associated with the premier noise-rock emporium known as Mr. City. The Skeleton, which began publication in 2006, is published on a semi-monthly basis. Issues include art reviews, comics, drawings, cultural critique, political, and fiction and non-fiction essays. The Skeleton is supported by advertising. The print run is probably over 1000, though, currently, this information is unknown. Copies of The Skeleton can be found at Myopic Books, The Empty Bottle, and other places around Chicago.

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