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'''Zeen''' was a long running Kansas City, MO fan[[zine]] that lasted throughout the 1990s. Not your typical music zine, Zeen's layout was art school/design oriented, bold, took chances, and for the most part was pretty visually appealing. The letters to the editor were answered in the most anal manner in zinedom, torn apart almost sentence by sentence for spelling errors and inconsistencies - absolutely hilarious because the responses were so over-the-top. The columns and and interviews were well done, featuring a variety of bands and artists. Published around 20 issues.
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'''Zeen''' was a long running Kansas City, MO [[fanzine]] that lasted throughout the 1990s. Not your typical music zine, Zeen's layout was art school/design oriented, bold, took chances, and for the most part was pretty visually appealing. The letters to the editor were answered in the most anal manner in zinedom, torn apart almost sentence by sentence for spelling errors and inconsistencies - absolutely hilarious because the responses were so over-the-top. The columns and interviews were well done, featuring a variety of bands and artists. Around 20 issues were published.
  
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category: Missouri Zines]][[Category:1990's publications]][[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]]

Latest revision as of 01:17, 4 November 2007

This article is about a specific zine title, see zine for a general definition.

Zeen was a long running Kansas City, MO fanzine that lasted throughout the 1990s. Not your typical music zine, Zeen's layout was art school/design oriented, bold, took chances, and for the most part was pretty visually appealing. The letters to the editor were answered in the most anal manner in zinedom, torn apart almost sentence by sentence for spelling errors and inconsistencies - absolutely hilarious because the responses were so over-the-top. The columns and interviews were well done, featuring a variety of bands and artists. Around 20 issues were published.