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'''Zinetopia''' is a resource/[[review zine]] edited by [[Sarah Rose]]. It includes interviews, resource listings, [[pen pal]] ads, and of course, exhaustive reviews.
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'''Zinetopia''' is a resource/[[review zine]] edited by [[Sarah Rose]].  
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==Issue #1==
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It included interviews, resource listings, pen pal ads, and of course, exhaustive reviews. After several issues, Zinetopia stopped production.
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*Issue #1
The first issue contained nine pages of reviews, interviews with [[Alex Wrekk]] ([[Brainscan]], [[Stolen Sharpie Revolution]]) and [[Chris Boarts Larson]] ([[Slug & Lettuce]]) as well as thoughts on [[zine]] ethics and a piece about [[ZineWiki:About|ZineWiki]] by [[Kate Sandler]] and [[Alan Lastufka]].
The first issue contained nine pages of reviews, interviews with [[Alex Wrekk]] ([[Brainscan]], [[Stolen Sharpie Revolution]]) and [[Chris Boarts Larson]] ([[Slug & Lettuce]]) as well as thoughts on [[zine]] ethics and a piece about [[ZineWiki:About|ZineWiki]] by [[Kate Sandler]] and [[Alan Lastufka]].
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Review Zine]] [[Category:Virginia Zines]][[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]]
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[[Category:Zine]]  
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[[Category:Review zines]]
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[[Category:Virginia Zines]]
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[[Category:2000's publications]]  
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[[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]]

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Zinetopia #1
Zinetopia #1

Zinetopia is a resource/review zine edited by Sarah Rose.

It included interviews, resource listings, pen pal ads, and of course, exhaustive reviews. After several issues, Zinetopia stopped production.

  • Issue #1

The first issue contained nine pages of reviews, interviews with Alex Wrekk (Brainscan, Stolen Sharpie Revolution) and Chris Boarts Larson (Slug & Lettuce) as well as thoughts on zine ethics and a piece about ZineWiki by Kate Sandler and Alan Lastufka.

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