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[[YANKspot]] was a short-lived [[zine]] out of Boston and Northern California in 1997. Three issues were published, though none of them had more than 100 issues printed. It was edited by [[Chris Garcia]] and [[Jay Crasdan]]. YANKspot dealt with politics, wrestling, performance art, and film. The final issue featured a brief interview with Douglas Adams and an article about Michael Jordan's Saturday Night Live appearance.
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[[YANKspot]] was a short-lived [[zine]] out of Boston and Northern California, released in 1997.  
  
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YANKspot was edited by [[Chris Garcia]] and [[Jay Crasdan]]. Three issues were published, though none of them had more than 100 copies printed. The zine dealt with politics, wrestling, performance art, and film. The final issue featured a brief interview with Douglas Adams and an article about Michael Jordan's Saturday Night Live appearance.
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[[Category: Zine]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:1990's publications]]

Latest revision as of 23:26, 7 February 2008

YANKspot was a short-lived zine out of Boston and Northern California, released in 1997.

YANKspot was edited by Chris Garcia and Jay Crasdan. Three issues were published, though none of them had more than 100 copies printed. The zine dealt with politics, wrestling, performance art, and film. The final issue featured a brief interview with Douglas Adams and an article about Michael Jordan's Saturday Night Live appearance.