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Very good list of 'Zines available on the internet

John Labovitz's e-zine-list

Last updated: 9 Oct 95 by John Labovitz <[email protected]>

* PLEASE NOTE: If more than one month has passed since the last
* update, this list is probably out of date. See below for
* instructions on how to obtain a current list.

This is a summary of 612 electronically-accessible zines
-- what they are, who publishes them, and where you can find them.

If you have access to a World Wide Web browser like Mosaic or
Netscape, a much more readable and navigatable list can be
found at the URL:

http://www.meer.net/~johnl/e-zine-list/

You can get the text version of this list via anonymous FTP from
ftp.etext.org in the "/pub/Zines" directory, as "e-zine-list".
Gopher users can find it at gopher.etext.org under the "Zines" menu,
as "e-zine-list".

If you don't have access to any of these archives, you can ask me
to send you a recent copy.

For those of you not acquainted with the zine world, "zine" is short
for either "fanzine" or "magazine," depending on your point of view.
Zines are generally produced by one person or a small group of people,
done often for fun or personal reasons, and tend to be irreverent,
bizarre, and/or esoteric. Zines are not "mainstream" publications --
they generally do not contain advertisements (except, sometimes,
advertisements for other zines), are not targeted towards a mass
audience, and are generally not produced to make a profit.

If you publish an e-zine, or know someone who does, drop me an
email message, and I'll send you instructions on how to get an
entry on the list.

If you have any comments, additions, deletions, or changes to this
list, please email them to [email protected]


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10 THINGS Jesus Wants You To Know

"Punk zine, with interviews, pictures, rants, reviews, indie/punk
show listings for the NW, and an art gallery."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://weber.u.washington.edu/~ten/

Contact:
Editor(s): Dan Halligan <[email protected]>

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15 Credibility Street

"A journal of art and theory for use in the creation of an
alternative culture. We are interested in work that relates to
critique of the corporate fascist order, and facilitates the
construction of progressive, antiChristian discourses."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly (at least for a while)

Access:
WWW: http://socsci.smith.edu/tmbxweb/15cst/15cst.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): Timothy Shortell <[email protected]>
Postal: T. Shortell, Jahnige Center, Smith College,
Northampton MA 01063, USA

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2600

"2600 is the electronic equivalent of the 2600 quarterly. A magazine
dedicated to hacking just about anything."

Frequency: quarterly -- Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall

Access:
WWW: http://www.2600.com/

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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50 Greatest Conspiracies of All Time--Online!

"We consider our site the definitive "conspiracy" site on the web,
not only because of the volume of information, but because of our
approach, which is not to take anything too seriously. The most
popular regular features seem to be our "Conspiracy Currents," which
are our all-new, news-pegged updates to the book and our sample
chapters from the book. The "Jonestown" chapter seems to get a lot
of hits, in particular. Our wide ranging set of links is also very
popular, as are the bonus chapters -- new writings by us not
included in the book and available only on line."

Frequency: irregularly, but frequently -- at least weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.webcom.com/~conspire/

Contact:
Editor(s): Jonathan Vankin and John Whalen
<[email protected]>

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8-Track Mind

"A quarterly zine for lovers of 8-track tapes."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://virtumall.com/zines/8track/

Contact:
Editor(s): Malcolm Riviera <[email protected]>
Abigail Lavine <[email protected]>
Postal: 8-Track Mind, P.O. Box 90, East Detroit, MI
48021-0090, USA (paper copies $2; make checks
payable to Russ Forster)
Submissions: [email protected]

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The Abraxus Reader

"The Abraxus Reader is a monthly literary magazine with a focus on
original iction and poetry. Also includes interviews with bands,
music and book eviews, and a couple of columns."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.virtumall.com/zines/vidiot/

Contact:
Editor(s): Vidiot <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 206 443 6915
Postal: Glen Starchman, 2000 2nd Ave. Suite 702 Seattle, WA
98121, USA

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The Abyssinian Prince

"My postal szine comes out once every three weeks, runs about half a
dozen Diplomacy games with extensive postal fannish style press
writing, has a letter column that features interaction between the
postal and Internet worlds of Diplomacy, and indulges the editor's
wide ranging tastes in music. The group of Internet folks on the
distribution list occasionally discuss issues of general interest
related to the topics on this bulletin board and their interface
with the postal hobby."

Access:
WWW: ftp://ftp.ugcs.caltech.edu/pub/diplomacy/WWW/
ftp://ftp.msn.fullfeed.com/pub/users/nw/diplomacy
FTP: ftp.ugcs.caltech.edu: /pub/diplomacy/Zines/TAP/
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe tap

Contact:
Editor(s): Jim Burgess <[email protected]>

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The Acid-free Paper

"Fine art, literature (poetry and fiction), net-culture, and a
directory of submission info for exhibiting artists ('real' as
opposed to 'virtual' galleries). Independent zine."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly, with periodic updates

Access:
WWW: http://tnt.vianet.on.ca/pages/smithk

Contact:
Editor(s): Kevin D. Smith <[email protected]>
Postal: Kevin D. Smith, c/o White Water Gallery, 387 Fraser
Street, P.O. Box 1491, North Bay, Ontario, Canada
P1B 8K6

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Ad Nauseam

"A running commentary on the information society."

Format: HTML
Frequency: not regularly released, but there are new articles
on it every two weeks or so

Access:
WWW: http://www.crl.com/~jnelson/nauseam/

Contact:
Editor(s): Jim Nelson <[email protected]>

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Addicted to Noise

"This is the net's first (and best) on-line rock 'n' roll magazine.
ATN serves up interviews with major artists like R.E.M., Page/Plant,
Veruca Salt and Primus, Neil Young, and Fugazi, feature on bands
such as the MC5, Oasis, Elastica, and Sonic Youth, and columns by
the world's best rock critics including Dave Marsh and Greil Marcus.
Check out "Music News of the World" with daily rock news reports and
weekly reports from Joey Ramone, "Sightings" our guide to cool spots
on the web, and "44.1 hKz," where we run album reviews with sound
clips. Also: movie reivews, rock book reviews, music & technology
columns and political commentary and humor. Current issue contains
interviews with Sonic Youth and Bruce Springsteen, a Jerry Garcia
memorial, and an interactive look at Lollapalooza."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly (but "Music News of the World" is updated
daily, and reviews are added every few days)

Access:
WWW: http://www.addict.com/ATN/

Contact:
Editor(s): Michael Goldberg <[email protected]>
IUMA <[email protected]>
Eric F. Lipton <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 415 586 4806 (Michael Goldberg)
+1 408 426 4862 (IUMA)

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Aesclepian Chronicles

"A monthly journal that takes a fresh look at complementary medicine
and its relationship to conventional medicine. Articles and ongoing
columns discuss and evaluate what's new in the mind-body approach."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.forthrt.com/~chronicl/homepage.html

Contact:
Editor(s): James M. Price <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 919 563 8867
Fax: +1 919 563 9240 (call phone above first)

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Aisle Say: The Internet Magazine of Stage Reviews

"The first comprehensive magazine of professional theatre criticism
on the Internet, exclusively *for* the Internet. Catering to the New
York area and its environs--and growing, with regional coverage
planned as the magazine undergoes construction. A sharp, often
insider perspective, from contributors and columnists who are
working theater professionals."

Format: HTML
Frequency: Constant. Each review is posted close to opening
dates, and stays on line for the run of the show,
and a little beyond. Regular columns will be
maintained on a monthly basis.
Note: AISLE SAY reviews are also a feature of the zine
INTERNATIONAL TELETIMES
(http://www.wimsey.com/teletimes/teletimmes_home_page.html)

Access:
WWW: http://www.escape.com/~theanet/AisleSay.html

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected].com

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AKDA

"AKDA is the literary e-zine for anyone interested in the Philippine
culture. It is a nurturing, explorative environment for young and
talented Filipino writers."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.europa.com/~ria/akda.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Ria Roncales <[email protected]>

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AKUT: Das Bonner Uni-Magazin

"The student's magazine of Bonn University."

Format: HTML
Frequency: usually 6 issues per year

Access:
WWW: http://www.rhrz.uni-bonn.de/~uza00a/

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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Albert Hofmann's Strange Mistake

"A hypertext 'zine commemorating the 52st anniversary of the
accidental discovery of LSD, 16 April, 1943. The document contains
archives by authorities from Albert Hofmann to Abbie Hoffman,
hypertext fac/tion on CIA-sponsored acid tests, and testimonials
solicited from users all over the world."

Format: Storyspace hypertext application (Mac/PC)

Access:
FTP: ftp.brown.edu: /pub/bobby_rabyd/

Contact:
Editor(s): Bobby Rabyd <[email protected]>

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Alternative Newswatch

"Seattle's Media Watchdog."

Frequency: monthly, with weekly updates

Access:
WWW: http://www.speakeasy.org/~arm/nw/

Contact:
Editor(s): Alex R. Mayer <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 206-443-2708
Postal: 1202 E Pike #522, Seattle, WA 98122-3934 USA

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AlterNETive

"AlterNETive features music, cinema, visual art, fanzines,
cartoon/comix, RPG and lots of other interesting information for
real living beings. It is online since May 95 and it's the 1st
brazilian-based webzine."

Note: most of the stuff is both in English and Portuguese

Access:
WWW: http://www.ufsm.br/alternet/

Contact:
Editor(s): Leandro Indrusiak <[email protected]>
Postal: P.O. Box 976, Santa Maria, RS 97001-970, Brasil

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The Amateur Computerist

"The Amateur Computerist grew out of a battle against the
cancellation of computer programming classes for hourly workers at
the Ford Rouge Factory. The newsletter deals with computer issues
and labor issues. The Amateur Computerist is dedicated to support
for grassroots efforts and movements like the "computers for the
people movement" that gave birth to the personal computer in the
1970s and 1980s and articles about these developments have appeared
in past issues of the newsletter. Most recently the newsletter is
documenting the history of the development of the Global Network, of
Usenet, and of Unix and the progressive impact of these important
breakthroughs."

Format: ASCII text
WordPerfect

Access:
WWW: http://www.cc.columbia.edu/~hauben/acn/
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Politics/Amateur.Computerist
FTP: wuarchive.wustl.edu: /doc/misc/acn/
Usenet: alt.amateur-comp
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Ronda Hauben <[email protected]> or
<[email protected]>
Michael Hauben <[email protected]>
Postal: R. Hauben, PO Box 250101, NYC, NY 10025-1531, USA

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America's 4X4 4U Video Magazine

"On-Line Interactive Web Site for the 4X4 Truck and SUV enthusiast
filled with four wheeling info, LIVE reports from trail rides, shows
and events around the world -- product installations and reviews all
complimented by the Video Magazine."

Format: HTML
Video Magazine (VHS)
Frequency: Video Magazine: bi-monthly
WWW UpDate: daily

Access:
WWW: http://www.4x44u.com/pub/k2/am4x44u/4x4.html
AOL: Hobbies & Interests: Automotive: FourWheeling
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Bill Perkins (online contact) <[email protected]>
Kendra Cook
Phone: +1 301 320 5979
Fax: +1 301 229 5419
Postal: 5410 Goldsboro Rd., Bethesda, MD 20817, USA

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Amiga Report Magazine

"A general-interest online magazine focusing on the Commodore and
Amiga Technologies lines of Amiga computers. The reader base spans
six continents with a readership in the tens of thousands. Topics
include hardware and software reviews, tutorials, product
announcements, and opinion pieces on the past, present, and future
of computing. Amiga Report was the first publication to break the
news of the Escom (Amiga Technologies) acquisition of the Commodore
assets in April."

Format: AmigaGuide hypertext (still readable in ASCII)
HTML (WWW version only)
Frequency: biweekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~mjw/Amiga/News/AR/
FTP: ftp.netnet.net: /pub/aminet/docs/mags/
ftp.doc.ic.ac.uk: /pub/aminet/docs/mags/
BBS: Over 40 official distribution BBSes worldwide, half
on FidoNet for FREQ
Subscriptions: [email protected]
Other: Portal
BIX
CIX

Contact:
Editor(s): Jason Compton (Editor in Chief)
<[email protected]>
Fax: +1 708 741 0689
Postal: 1203 Alexander Ave., Streamwood, IL 60107, USA

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The Anarchives

"Journal of creativity, love and freedom. Delving into the unconcious
realms of the mind and soul. Exploring political constraints that
limit our liberty. Struggling to find lanes of liberation to free us
from the horrors of modern corporate capitalism. Expect the
unexpected..."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: sporadic

Access:
WWW: http://www.lglobal.com/TAO/anarchives.html
FTP: ftp.lglobal.com: /pub/TAO/Anarchives/
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: To: [email protected] Text: subscribe
anarchives

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Phone: +1 416 515 7400
Fax: +1 416 515 1118
Postal: The Anarchives, c/o Local GlobalAccess Inc., 320
1/2 Bloor St. W., Toronto, Ont M5S 1W5, Canada

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Anorak

"Everyday Anorak edits a round-up of UK tabloid news and sport as
well as hosting some cool quizzes from the Seventies along with a
daily cartoon strip."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.anorak.co.uk

Contact:
Editor(s): Brad Rees <[email protected]>

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Antigen

"Antigen is an artists' forum that is printed both on paper AND in
cyberspace. The magazine is published monthly and is an attempt to
push forward the growing cultural movement in the US, but more
specifically in San Diego. We focus on prose, poetry, art and
photography, reviews, art openings, etc..."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): David Ottow <[email protected]>
Chad Billigmeier
Phone: +1 619 543 1128
Fax: +1 619 576 8223
Postal: 230 West Washington, Ste. 1, San Diego, CA 92103,
USA

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antitetradia tis ekpaedefsis

"The electronic version of a "normal" magazine for the education in
Hellas (Greece)."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.compulink.gr/Users/heraclit/homeanti.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Heraclitos Christos Nickolaidis
<[email protected]>

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Apokalypso

"Prophecies, particularly those concerning the Millennium. The first
issue is entitled "The Fall of the Papacy" and deals with prophecies
of Nostradamus, St. Malachy, and others concerning the death of Pope
John Paul II in 1995, the Church schism which will follow his death,
and the ultimate end of the Vatican as a sovereign monarchy in the
year 2000. The most recent issue, entitled "The Secrets of Fatima,"
explains that the message given by an apparition of the Virgin Mary
to Portuguese children in 1917 warns of the coming Church schism and
predicts, in the mysterious "Third Secret," the reign of an
"Antichrist Pope.""

Frequency: twice yearly

Access:
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Thomas Jude Germine, Esq. <[email protected]>
Postal: Apokalypso, POB 782, Chester, NJ 07930, USA

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Arm The Spirit

"Arm The Spirit is an autonomist/anti-imperialist collective based in
Toronto, Canada. Our focus includes a wide variety of material,
including political prisoners, national liberation struggles, armed
communist resistance, anti-fascism, the fight against patriarchy,
and more. We regularly publish our writings, research, and
translation materials in our magazine and bulletins called Arm The
Spirit."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
WWW: http://burn.ucsd.edu/~ats
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Politics/Arm.The.Spirit
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Politics/Arm.The.Spirit/
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: subscribe ats-l
Text: (your e-mail address)

Contact:
Editor(s): Arm the Spirit <[email protected]>
Postal: Arm The Spirit, P.O. Box 6326, Stn. A, Toronto,
Ont., M5W 1P7, Canada

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Armadillo Culture

"Being the excremeditation of a hyperactive armadillo's activities,
opinions, and other stuff..."

Format: ASCII text
Note: Temporarily on hiatus due to extended weltschmerz,
lingering nihilism and a squall line of apathy.
Caution: microbursts of depression have been
reported by previous flights... Stay tuned....

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Armadillo.Culture
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Armadillo.Culture/

Contact:
Editor(s): Steve Okay <[email protected].mitre.org>
Postal: Armadillo Culture, 2857 Foxmill Rd. Herndon, VA
22071, USA

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The Armchair Astronomer

"_The Armchair Astronomer_ compiles articles and commentaries on the
study of astronomy and its applications and impact on the average
layperson. Submissions and comments are welcome."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://clunix.msu.edu/~vanhoose/astro.html
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Todd E Van Hoosear <[email protected]>

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The Art Bin

"A Swedish/international forum for art, literature, music, cultural
politics, etc. Here you will find articles, essays, poetry, fiction,
paintings and music as well as some rare classical or other source
texts. Much of this material could be useful for educational
purposes. The editorial language is English, but several texts are
in their original languages, e.g. French, German, or Swedish."

Format: HTML
Frequency: depends on contributions; there are no issues, but
a database that will be uploaded appr. six times
a year. As of July '95, there was 30 Mb of
cultural varia in the base.

Access:
WWW: http//www.algonet.se/artbin/

Contact:
Editor(s): Karl-Erik Tallmo <[email protected]>
Submissions: [email protected]

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ART COM

"An online magazine forum dedicated to the interface of contemporary
art and new communication technologies."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/a/artcom
FTP: ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/a/artcom/
The WELL: ???
Usenet: alt.artcom
Other: ART COM Electronic Network (ACEN)

Contact:
Editor(s): Carl Eugene Loeffler <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 415 431 7524
Fax: +1 415 431 7841
Postal: ART COM, POB 193123 Rincon, San Francisco, CA
94119-3123, USA

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Artdirect

"Artdirect is a magazine about art and culture in American cities
from mezzo-sopranos to motorcycles. Filmmakers, jazz musicians,
painters, writers, even the designers of car interiors help you
connect the dots in their work. Artdirect is also a growing
constellation of sites for museums, galleries, and theaters with
guides to creative and performing arts. Includes Bibliotheque, a
bookstore stacked with museum catalogs, small literary press titles,
and CDROMS."

Frequency: Features: monthly
Guides: daily
add new sites for arts organizations: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://artdirect.com/

Contact:
Editor(s): Alison Johns <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 805 969 0163

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arteFACTed

"arteFACTed is a free newsletter. Here you can find reviews of
musical production from independent labels such as Peaceville rec.
(R.I.P.), Deaf rec., Dreamtime rec., ignition rec., Massacre rec.,
etc. Music mostly is a death / thrash / electro / industrial metal,
crossover, hardcore and so on. Also there're some reviews of
publications and comix inside."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: approximately 2 per year

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/artefacted
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/artefacted/

Contact:
Editor(s): JuNe <[email protected]> (contact)
Postal: Arunas Norvaisa, Zuvinto 13-16, 3031 Kaunas 31,
Lithuania

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Athene

"The online magazine of amateur creative writing."

Format: ASCII text
PostScript
Note: Athene became defunct in 1989. InterText is its
immediate successor.

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Athene
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/a/athene
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Athene/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/a/athene/

Contact:
Editor(s): Jim McCabe

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Atmospherics

"A literary electronic journal. We accept short stories, poems and
literary essays. The journal has existed since June of 1994."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.inforamp.net/~billie/
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Atmospherics
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Atmospherics/
Other: Freenet.carleton.ca (poetry and writers sigs)

Contact:
Editor(s): Susan Keeping <[email protected]> or
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 416 421 6158
Postal: 113 St., Joseph St., Toronto, Ont., M5S 1J4, Canada

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Attack Poetry

"A small zine dedicated to odd, modern, experimental poetry."

Format: ASCII text or ZIP file (whatever is preferred)
Frequency: infrequent

Access:
WWW: http://pluto.njcc.com/~chris
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Fat_Nipples
FTP: locust.cic.net: /pub/Zines/Fat_Nipples/
grind.isca.uiowa.edu: /info/journals/fat.nipples/
quartz.rutgers.edu: /pub/journals/Fat-Nipples/

Contact:
Editor(s): Chris Conway <[email protected]>
Postal: FN, P.O. Box 2554, Trenton, NJ 08690, USA

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Aunt Salli's Cyberkitchen

"A free monthly food newsletter I distribute by e-mail and also post
in selected places. Since January, we have reached ISSUE 12 and have
1000 subscribers. I also have a web page as a column in the eGG, a
condensed version of the CyberKitchen. We are in the process of
developing am e-zine using Novelle Envoy. This will be a more
sophisticated format."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: monthly

Access:
Delphi: CyberKitchen Forum (CF 367)

Contact:
Editor(s): Salli Schwartz <[email protected]>
Postal: 1689 North Hiatus Road Ste. 156, Pembroke Pines, FL
33026, USA

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The Australian Observer

"Australia's first online news magazines with news, features,
articles on Net happenings, Australian finance, travel and
universities, and an online novel."

Access:
WWW: http://www.ozemail.com.au/observer

Contact:
Editor(s): Bill West <[email protected]>

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Autolog

"Every story guaranteed one hundred percent true."

Format: ASCII
Docmaker
Print (complete with colour covers and occasionally
hand-painted innards)
Frequency: quite irregular but roughly along the lines of
every other new moon

Access:
WWW: http://www.tyrell.net/~jesu
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Autolog/

Contact:
Editor(s): Jonathan Magritte <[email protected]>
Postal: 933 Rhode Island #5, Lawrence, KS 66044, USA

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A.V.'s Web Column

"A cyberpost. Includes: a monthly electronic column, updated daily,
analyzing Web events and trends; daily electronic highlights;
e-articles on theory about main Web issues (e-publishing,
information theory, ecosystems, and applied AL); selected Web
pathways. Web Column is broadcasting a content of messy questions
and possible, but unheard-of, hyperlinks that have an ugly
complexity and are frighteningly open-ended."

Format: HTML
Frequency: daily

Access:
WWW: http://macval.citi.doc.ca/
http://www.cam.org/~novsoft/index.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Alex Vasilesco <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 514 973 5720
Fax: +1 514 973 5757
Postal: 2 T.Aubry, Laval, Canada H7N3B7

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Babyfish ...Lost Its Momma

"An online spinoff of the zine _Babyfish ...Lost Its Momma_, a
Detroit compendium of the "Politics of Imagination; Poetics of
Insurrection." Articles, Book & Music Reviews, Fiction, Poetry,
Recent Murders Committed by Detroit Cops, Vegan Recipes, etc."

Format: HTML
Frequency: updated continuously
Note: The printed version of the zine (which is very
different from the electronic version) is also
available.

Access:
WWW: http://www.umich.edu/~babyfish/

Contact:
Editor(s): Craig <[email protected]>
Sunfrog
Postal: P.O. Box 11589, Detroit, MI 48211, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Bad Subjects

"Bad Subjects is intended to promote radical thinking and public
education about the political implications of everyday life. We
offer a forum for rethinking American 'progressive' or 'leftist'
politics. We invite you to join us and participate in all aspects of
Bad Subjects. Recent articles appearing in _Bad Subjects_ discuss
_Pulp Fiction_, personal and cultural geographies, beer, and the
apocalypse."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
WWW: http://english-server.hss.cmu.edu/BS/Bad.html
Gopher: uclink.berkeley.edu (port 52673)
FTP: english-server.hss.cmu.edu: /English Server/Journals/Bad Subjects/

Contact:
Editor(s): The Bad Subjects Collective
<[email protected]>

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Balance

"A skateboarding magazine. It consists of a photos section, a stories
section, and a links section (to other sites on the web). I am the
main contributor right now aside from a few photographers but I
welcome submissions."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://pscinfo.psc.edu/~peleckis/balance/contents.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Joseph M Peleckis <[email protected]>

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Balance: Health and Fitness on the Net

"A monthly health and fitness magazine covering diet and nutrition,
personal training, exercise and lifestyle."

Frequency: monthly - a new issue on the first of each month

Access:
WWW: http://www.hyperlink.com/balance/

Contact:
Editor(s): Howard Jardine <[email protected]>
Phone: +44 171 240 8121
Fax: +44 171 240 8098
Postal: The International Communique Ltd, 76 Neal Street,
London WC2H 9PA, England

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The Basement Magazine

"The Basement Magazine is an on-line literary and music publication,
that features articles, reviews, interviews, literature and art."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.ios.com/~dizzyman

Contact:
Editor(s): Tin Dizdarevic <[email protected]>
Postal: The Basement Magazine, 39 Setalcott Place,
Setauket, NY 11733, USA

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A Basic Citizens Definitive Electronic Freedom Guide (ABCDEFG)

"A very political Web ezine that comes from an extreme right-wing,
Libertarian viewpoint."

Format: HTML
Frequency: New issues are published monthly, with new articles
throughout each month

Access:
WWW: http://www.winn.com/abcdefg/

Contact:
Editor(s): Phillip Winn <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 605 334 7548

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basilisk

"a quarterly journal of architecture, philosophy, literature, film,
computer graphics, music, fine arts, and perception."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://swerve.basilisk.com

Contact:
Editor(s): ed keller (editor/designer) <[email protected]>
greg lynn (editorial board) <[email protected]>
leslie shih (editorial board)
sean daly (editorial board)
perry hall (editorial board) <[email protected]>
tanuja desai (editorial board)
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 212 749 8742
Fax: +1 212 749 8742

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beanie

"beanie - where freedom is handed to you on a silver platter. beanie
is a bizarre collection of fiction, truths, half truths, and
illustrations. beanie is a revolution and we want you all to jump on
board! Come on, there'll be free kittens!"

Format: emailings (the beanie digest)
HTML
Frequency: the beanie digest: monthly
the web site: constantly changing

Access:
WWW: http://granite.sentex.net/~bracken/beanie.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Robert Hickey and Nathan Saliwonchyk
<[email protected]>

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Bearcat E-zine

"The "Bearcat E-zine" is an electronic publication which attempts to
keep Cincinnati Bearcat fans up to date on what is happening with
Bearcat sports. It is published after every football and basketball
game and is in its second year of publication. We also have other
information sources for Bearcat sports such as a mailing list and a
WWW page."

Frequency: after every Bearcat football and basketball game

Access:
WWW: http://ucunix.san.uc.edu/~zureick/bearcat.html
Gopher: ucbeh.san.uc.edu

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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beatthief

"shoplifting, plagiarism, perjury and blackmail. you'll find sampled
beats of 70s funk/jazz, poetry, stories, video clips, more poetry
and all sorts of stolen fun. looking for submissions: images, text,
sounds. all thats fit to steal. more flava than a burrito."

Format: HTML
Frequency: changes weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.beatthief.com

Contact:
Editor(s): wayneb <[email protected]>

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Belize First Magazine

"Ad-free, independent magazine covers travel, life and retirement in
Belize and elsewhere on the Caribbean Coast of Central America and
Mexico. Belize First publishes the top travel journalists and other
writers covering the region. It offers candid reporting, not puff
and perfume ads. Regular topics include news of Belize and the
region, real estate for sale, expat life on the Caribbean Coast,
best and cheapest hotels, Mayan sites, eco-travel, doing business in
Belize and the region, Central America history, scuba
diving/snorkeling, fishing, and more. Published in both electronic
and traditional forms. Subscribers in more than 50 countries around
the world."

Format: ASCII text (usual electronic issue is around 200K)
Adobe Acrobat
Frequency: five times a year (four quarterly issues plus "best
of" issue)

Access:
WWW: http://www.belize.com
http://www.zine.net/belize
http://www.digimark.ca/rec-travel
FTP: ftp.alpha.solutions.net: /rec-travel/central_america/belize/belize-first
AOL: Travel Forum
Scuba Forum
Compuserve: Travel Forum
Scuba Forum
Mexico Forum
Prodigy: Travel Forum (excerpts only)
Usenet: rec.travel.latin-america (excerpts only)
Subscriptions: [email protected].com (hard copy subs are US$29
in North America and Belize, $45 elsewhere)

Contact:
Editor(s): Lan Sluder <[email protected].com>
Fax: +1 704 667 1717
Postal: Equator Travel Publications, Inc., Asheville, 280
Beaverdam Road, Candler, NC 28715, USA

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Ben Is Dead

"Ben is a seasonally produced alterna-type music/underground
(anti)culture zine. Each issue features a different theme which is
dissected, obsessed upon, and spit-up into the form of a
high-quality sensory overload that you ain't too soon to forget. In
production as a paper zine for almost seven years now, Darby's tour
of the clear-cut Northwest is possibly influencing a move to an
e.zine format. "Trees versus 20/20 vision -- it's a hard choice."
Ben on-line will include a sampling of the paper version, plus
"on-line only" news and information."

Format: HTML
Frequency: print: seasonally or so
on-line version: updated min. once a month

Access:
WWW: http://mrrogers.recordings.com/benisdead/dir.html

Contact:
Editor(s): darby <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 213 960 7674
Fax: +1 213 936 3323
Postal: PO Box 3166, Hollywood, CA 90028, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Best-quality Audio Web Poems

"B.A.W.P. (Best-quality Audio Web Poems) presents audio recordings of
spoken word performances. (You can think "poetry readings" but that
might be misleading since the performances can get pretty rowdy or
bizarre.)"

Format: HTML
Sun AU audio
MPEG audio
Frequency: Selection changes every 4 weeks

Access:
WWW: http://www.cs.brown.edu/fun/bawp/

Contact:
Editor(s): Lee Markosian <[email protected]>

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Big Dreams

"A monthly newsletter on personal development and small business
topics."

Format: Mac postcard
HTML
Frequency: monthly
ISSN: 1198-8819

Access:
WWW: http://www.wimsey.com/~duncans/BigDreams
FTP: sumex-aim.stanford.edu: /info-mac/per/bigd/

Contact:
Editor(s): Duncan Stickings <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (604) 760-1631
Fax: +1 (604) 931-2198
Postal: 2515 Burian Drive, Coquitlam, B.C., Canada, V3K 5W8

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BigSky MacEzine

"An Ezine created by B-smug (Big-Sky Mac User-Group) in Billings,
Montana, USA, which attempts to keep Macintosh users up-to-date on
the latest software: freeware, shareware, commercialware, as well as
Internet related topics, web-sites, etc."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly (so far...may become more frequent, even
continuous!)

Access:
WWW: http://www.imt.net/~bgskymac/BigSky_MacEzine.html
eWorld: Back issues of our "on-disk" newsletter are
available in the UGC (User Group Connection)
software area

Contact:
Editor(s): Bud Henley (AKA...BigSkyMac) <[email protected]t>
Phone: +1 406 652 5895
Postal: B-smug, P.O. Box 80553, Billings, MT 59108, USA

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Bits and Bytes Online

"The electronic newsletter for information hunter-gatherers."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: irregularly, 1 or 2 times a month

Access:
WWW: http://www.utopia.com/mailings/bnb/
Gopher: gopher.dana.edu: JOURNAL/BITS
gopher.law.cornell.edu: listservs/teknoids
FTP: ftp.dana.edu: /periodic/
ftp.eff.org: /pub/Publications/CuD/BNB/
AOL: telecom files area
Compuserve: telecom forum library
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: SUBSCRIBE bits-n-bytes

Contact:
Editor(s): Jay Machado <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 609 795 0998 (evenings)

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BLAST.famy

"a Private World E-Zine. Reviews, rants, gen-X-er diatribes,
conspiracy theory and big-brother's technical specs."

Format: ASCII text
HTML
Frequency: transmits a-peRiODiCaLlY (about once a month)

Access:
WWW: http://www.shmooze.net/pwcasual/ezines/blast/
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Blastfamy
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Blastfamy
Subscriptions: To: [email protected].net
Text: sign me up!

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected].net
P.W. Casual <[email protected].net> (publisher)
Postal: 19 Tyndall Ave. #3, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6K
2E8

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Blood Alley

"The Vancouver Echo's magazine of love, sex, death, music and
personal affirmation."

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.vannet.com/vanecho/magazine.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): Randy Shore <[email protected]>

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The Blue Line

"The unofficial guide to Chicago Blackhawks (and other NHL things)
hockey. Cartoons, articles on the Hawks and the NHL, a special "top
ten list" every issue. Issues are posted within 24-48 hours of the
Hawks home games, listed in the home page and arranged by Games
(1-24 with the shortened season)."

Format: HTML
Frequency: on or near every Blackhawks home game

Access:
WWW: http://www.mcs.net/~blueline/home.html
Usenet: alt.sport.hockey.nhl.chi-blackhawks
rec.sport.hockey
Email: the Blackhawks' mailing list
([email protected], subscribe blackhawks)

Contact:
Editor(s): Mark Weinberg <[email protected]>

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The Blue Penny Quarterly

"The Blue Penny Quarterly is an electronic journal of fine writing
and art. Our mission is to act as a bridge between the literary
small press publishing world and the electronic communities -- as
such we publish fiction, poetry, interviews and essays by both
beginning and established writers who are serious about their craft.
(Some of our authors include Deborah Eisenberg, Guggenheim winner
Robert Sward, Best America Short Story Award Winner Edward Falco,
and Canadian Journey Prize Anthology contributor Richard Cumyn.
We're also happy to work with new writers.)"

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.comet.chv.va.us/epubs
FTP: ftp.luth.se: /pub/mac/misc/BPQ/
ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/BluePennyQuarterly

Contact:
Editor(s): Doug Lawson <[email protected]>
Postal: The Blue Penny Quarterly, c/o 102 B Morris Paul
Court, Charlottesville, VA 22903, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Book 'Em

"Written with the bookstore lover in mind, Book 'Em takes a humorous
look at the trials and tribulations that a bookseller (moi!) faces
throughout the course of a working day. The stories written in the
e-zine are based on my four years experience as a bookseller and are
intended to dispel the theory that bookstores are dull, boring
places."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: monthly

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Bookem
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Bookem/

Contact:
Editor(s): Caroline Kent <[email protected]> or
<[email protected]>

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Breakaway

"As the last terror-regimes in eastern Europe stumbled down, it once
again became possible for those who never accepted these regimes as
marxist to discuss marxist theory freely. Breakaway is meant to
support this debate about modern marxism. We will write about
marxist theory and it's consequences as well as publish works of
fiction falling into the bag of 'proletarian literature.' We greatly
encourage our readers to submit articles covering their views,
dreams and hopes for the future, as well thorough argumentation on a
special topic of marxist ideology, or poems and short-stories."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
WWW: http://www.ifi.uio.no/~vidarh/
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Breakaway
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Breakaway/
Email: contributions and questions: [email protected]
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: SUBSCRIBE Breakaway <your address>

Contact:
Editor(s): Vidar Hokstad <[email protected]>
Postal: c/o Vidar Hokstad, Soerumsg. 63, 2000 Lillestroem,
Norway

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A Breed Apart

"First on-line greyhound magazine/e-zine. Topics range from health,
adoption, events, reviews, links to important sites, etc."

Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.pcix.com/abap/index.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Bruce Skinner <[email protected]>

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BRETTnews

"A sporadic zine of humor and entertainment, of trash and trivia, of
rants, raves and reviews. Recently selected as the first of Time
Inc.'s Vibe Magazine Artist-in-Residence."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.brettnews.com/~brettnews
Gopher: echonyc.com
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Brett Leveridge <[email protected]>

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Brew-Net

"Brew-Net E-Zine is a monthly zine dedicated to the concept of
post-eccentricism in American culture. Features include fiction, a
monthly installment of "Witch's Brew" concering alternative healing
approaches, web site and other pop culture reviews, and topical
articles on various culture-related subjects."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: monthly

Access:
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Lynda Hinkle <[email protected]>

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Brian

"An online forum for the discussion of things by, for and about Brian
and people that think like he does."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://streams.com/brian/

Contact:
Editor(s): Brian <[email protected]>
Submissions: [email protected]

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Bright Lights Film Journal

"The electronic outpost of Bright Lights Film Journal, the magazine
written by curdled critics and excitable academics. Classic and
modern films are analyzed for grim and exciting cultural subtext.
Theme issues include: "Sex and Horror--Can YOU tell the
difference?""

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.crl.com/~gsamuel/bright.html

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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Britcomedy Digest

"A monthly newsletter distributed on the Internet, Britcomedy Digest
covers all aspects of British comedies -- radio, television, books,
film, and plays. Past topics include Blackadder, Red Dwarf, Monty
Python, Absolutely Fabulous, The Press Gang, and many more."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: monthly
ISSN: 1077-6680

Access:
WWW: http://cathouse.org/BritishComedy/BD/
http://paul.acorn.co.uk:8080/Britcom/
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/BritComedy
gopher.cathouse.org (port 6969): humor/british.humour/britcomedy.digest
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/BritComedy
ftp.cathouse.org: /pub/cathouse/humor/british.humour/britcomedy.digest
Delphi: "UK-American Connexion" forum, cf171
GEnie: In the "Showbiz" roundtable, page 185
Usenet: alt.comedy.british
rec.arts.tv.uk
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Melinda 'Bob' Casino (Editor)
<[email protected]>
Michelle T. Street (Co-Editor) <[email protected]>
James Kew (Assistant Editor)
<[email protected]>

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Brown Alumni Monthly

"A print and now e-zine for alumni, friends, and others with an
interest in Brown University."

Format: September 94 to March 95: ASCII text
April 95 on: HTML
Frequency: 9 times per year (published monthly except for
January, June, and August)

Access:
WWW: http://www.brown.edu/Administration/Brown_Alumni_Monthly/
Gopher: gopher.brown.edu: brown/alum/bam

Contact:
Editor(s): Anne Diffily <[email protected]>
Chad Galts (main contact) <[email protected]>

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The Bucknellian

"The weekly campus newspaper of Bucknell University."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: 13 times a semester, 26 times a year

Access:
WWW: http://www.bucknell.edu/bucknellian/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Phone: +1 717 524 1551
Fax: +1 717 524 1176
Postal: The Bucknellian, C-3952, Bucknell University,
Lewisburg, PA 17837, USA

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BudZine: An Eclectic Communication of Information

"A personal zine by John D. "Bud" Banks about anything and everything
of interest."

Format: HTML
Frequency: about 10 times a year

Access:
WWW: http://www.azstarnet.com/~jdbanks/budzine.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): John Banks <[email protected]>
Postal: 3201 E. 24th St., Tucson, AZ 85713-2204, USA

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BugNet

"The journal of computer bugs, glitches, incompatibilities... and
their fixes."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.bugnet.com/~bugnet

Contact:
Editor(s): Bruce Brown <[email protected]>

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BugNet Online

"The journal of computer bugs, glitches, incompatibilities... and
their fixes."

Format: HTML
Acrobat
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.bugnet.com/~bugnet/

Contact:
Editor(s): Bruce Brown, [email protected]
Phone: +1 (360) 988-2801
Postal: BugNet, P.O. Box 393, Sumas, WA 98295
Submissions: [email protected]

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Bunnyhop Magazine

"Bunnyhop is a twice-yearly journal discoursing on pop culture,
"alternative" music, and other soft 'n fluffy things. We feature
insightful yet delightfully goofball interviews with a diverse range
of subjects (from Mister Rogers to Snapple's Detention Boy),
articles and fiction that expose the deeper meaning behind seemingly
trivial subjects, extensive record / zine reviews, and a whole lotta
love."

Format: HTML
Frequency: print: twice a year
on-line version: updated twice a month or so

Access:
WWW: http://www.slip.net/~bunnyhop/

Contact:
Editor(s): Seth Robson & Noel Tolentino, editors
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 415 837 0964
Postal: Bunnyhop Magazine, PO Box 420973, San Francisco, CA
94142-0973, USA

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BurtZine

"Presented by Burtz Virtual Atelier. Free-thought, arts and
communication. New pages of cyberbook 'Science Class' presented
bi-monthly. Exhibitions of unusual digital painting with up-to-date
infomation about publishing on-line artwork. "Virtually Anything"
international agenda updated daily. WWW petition for a 13-month
year. Contributions welcome."

Format: HTML
Frequency: as often as possible

Access:
WWW: http://www.ping.ch/burtz/home.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Marcy Burt Butz <[email protected]>
Phone: +41-1-262 1880
Fax: +41-1-262 1844
Postal: Burtz Virtual Atelier, Keltenstrasse 23, 8044
Zurich, Switzerland
Submissions: [email protected]

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BUTZN Boersen-Email

"The "BUTZN Boersen-Email" is Germany's first e-mail stocks
newsletter. Since the premier issue on August 25, 1994, there have
been sent about 30 issues via e-mail. This newsletter for high tech
stocks (computer and biotechnology) is free and is allowed to copy
and forward. If you like it or earn some money with it's help you
are asked for a contribution to UNICEF or another beneficent
organisation."

Format: ASCII

Access:
Compuserve: Investor's Forum of Library Global Investing (GO
INVFORUM)
Email: [email protected].de

Contact:
Editor(s): Willi Rauffer <[email protected].de>

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BUZZNET

"its a net-zine, with music, snow, skate, tech, comics, lit and fun.
killer graphics."

Access:
WWW: http://www.hooked.net/buzznet/

Contact:
Editor(s): tony (founder) <[email protected]>
jesse (hacker/founder) <[email protected]>
marc (editor in chief) <[email protected]>
mike (art director) <[email protected]>
alistair (contributing editor)
<[email protected]>

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BVI

"BVI is a family of writers who have been together (more or less)
since the early 80s. BVI is mostly made up of experiential writing,
but also includes some politics, satire, commentary, philosophy,
transit musings, sexuality and gender issues, etc. BVI also
publishes print versions, the last of which came out in April 1995.
BVI contributors are located around the globe, bringing different
perspectives to life and culture. The e-zine comes in two formats, a
Website and a mailing list. They differ in that the mailing list is
2-way and allows all who desire to contribute and/or comment and the
web page is the collected writings of the BVI Group and includes
other gems."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: constantly updated

Access:
WWW: http://rs6a.wln.com/~bensonj/bvi.html
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe bvi-bahn

Contact:
Editor(s): J. LeRoy <[email protected]>

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Cake Times

"Cake Times is a friendly atoll in a sea of blandness, a desert
island of culture in the Internet doldrums. Why we even have our own
coconut tree (benjimina, surely?-ed.), bearded castaway/editor, and
surly yet efficient Girl Friday. Catch the next tsunami to "Cake
Times" for an improbable stew of "lifestyle" articles, culture,
politics and fiction."

Format: HTML (WWW)
Frequency: continous update

Access:
WWW: http://itrc.on.ca/caketimes

Contact:
Editor(s): Shy Alter <[email protected]>

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The Calgary Explorer: Calgary's On-Line magazine

"A new E-Zine devoted to providing information about Calgary and
surrounding areas in an entertaining format. We carry articles on
events, interesting places to visit, the environment, dining out,
music and Albertans with unusual hobbies and occupations. We also
carry traveler's information and have an active humor section. We
have our very own resident super-cyber hero, 'DOS-Man' and post
several new episodes of his continuing adventure each week. Our
E-Zine is designed to promote Calgary as a holiday destination, as
well as to provide a fun read."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly, but update some sections more frequently

Access:
WWW: http://www.calexplorer.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Deborah Cavel-Greant
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (403) 287-7908
Fax: +1 (403) 287-7908 (call first)
Postal: The Calgary Explorer, Box 30100, Chinook Postal
Station, 6455 Macleod Trail, SW, Calgary,
Alberta, Canada T2H 2V8

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Canada's Capital Current

"Capital Current is a weekly Internet update on life in Ottawa,
Canada's national capital. We focus on industry, business, tourism,
arts and entertainment and lifestyles."

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.episet.com/capital

Contact:
Editor(s): Robert Ross <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (613) 235-5835
Fax: +1 (613) 235-5835
Postal: 202-141 Pretoria Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario CANADA K1S
1X1

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An Caorthann

"A quarterly magazine of discussion and information for the Irish
Green Party / An Comhaontas Glas and the wider green and alternative
movement. We are trying to work towards a green response to
contemporary events, issues and ideas, to encourage discussion and
debate among Greens and to develop long-range thinking about aims
and actions on the basis of an informed and critical awareness of
ourselves and our natural and social environment. We are doing this
on the basis of a non-dogmatic definition of "green," wide enough to
cover anything which can contribute to the greening of society and
welcoming input from both inside and outside the movement."

Format: ASCII (selections from hard copy zine)
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
Usenet: alt.activism
alt.politics.greens
alt.zines
talk.environment
Other: GreenNet (gpty.eur.ref)

Contact:
Editor(s): Laurence Cox <[email protected]>

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Car Magazine Online

"UK-based car mag, glossy & slick. Loads of stuff; live chat,
European car database, news and features."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.mpn.com/eol/car/

Contact:
Editor(s): jeff zie <[email protected]>

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Cat Machine

"It's a magazine devoted to creative expression on the 'net. Most of
what we print is short fiction and poetry, but we're also open to
art, music, etc."

Format: HTML with inline GIFs
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.students.uiuc.edu/~wiberg/cat

Contact:
Editor(s): chris wiberg <[email protected]>
juan aramburu
cornelius cook <[email protected]>
meredith pavlock <[email protected]>
Postal: URH 287 Allen, 1005 W. Gregory Dr., Urbana, IL
61801, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Catalog Insite

"Want to know what's out there in the Mail Order world? Check out the
Interactive Online Newsletter, CATALOG INSITE! Each week we feature
great mail order catalogs, so you can discover and receive the
catalogs you want. Put your name on our mail list and start
receiving our online newsletter each week. It's free!"

Format: ASCII text
HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.catalogsite.com/
Email: [email protected].com
Subscriptions: [email protected].com (you can leave the subject and
message blank)

Contact:
Editor(s): Gary Baker <[email protected].com>
Phone: +1 818 707 1706
Fax: +1 818 707 2253
Postal: 6237 Fairview Place, Agoura Hills, CA 91301-1855,
USA

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CCM Music

"Interviews, concert info, and merchandise on Christian music."

Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.ccmcom.com
Compuserve: go ccmusic

Contact:
Editor(s): Craig Hansen and Cy Fenton <[email protected]>

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The Celebrator Beer News

"News about the burgeoning industry of craft brewing, this
publication focuses on the U.S., and also includes articles about
international activities. Online (WWW), The Celebrator participates
in The Real Beer Page(TM), a comprehensive resource on
craft-brewing."

Format: HTML
Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://celebrator.com/celebrator
http://and.com/RealBeer/

Contact:
Editor(s): Tom Dalldorf <[email protected]>
Phone: (800) 430-BEER (subscriptions only)
+1 510 670 0121
Fax: +1 510 670 0639
Postal: Subs, Box 375, Hayward, CA 94543, USA

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CENTURY

"CENTURY is an excellent bimonthly print magazine of well-crafted and
eclectic speculative fiction, combining elements of science fiction,
magic realism, fantasy, surrealism, and mainstream writing. The
well-designed Web page has excerpts from all the stories, cover
images, expanded biographies of the writers, editorials, writer's
guidelines, and more."

Format: HTML
print
Frequency: bi-monthly
ISSN: 1079-8145

Access:
WWW: http://www.supranet.com/century/

Contact:
Editor(s): Meg Hamel <[email protected]>

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Change Magazine

"Visual arts, writing, music, environment, editorials, critical news
and views."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.imaja.com/imaja/change

Contact:
Editor(s): Greg Jalbert <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 510 526 4621
Fax: +1 510 559 9571
Postal: Change Magazine, PO Box 6386, Albany, CA 94706, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Channel Four

"My ezine is a place for writings about, by, and for type Four in the
personality analysis system known as the Enneagram. Fours are
romantic, moody, introverted, sensitive, artistic, and tend to feel
isolated from others. Famous fours: Pete Tchaikovskii, Tenessee
Williams, Goethe, Laurance Olivier, Martha Graham, Audrey Hepburn,
Franz Kafka, Commander Deanna Troi, Neil Young, Peter Gabriel, Pete
Townshend, Roger Waters, Jeff Beck, and Eric Clapton. For more
details, try Don Richard Riso's _Personality Types_."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.best.com/~informe/ch_4.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Mike Macleod <[email protected]>
Submissions: [email protected]

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Chaos Control

"Focusing on electronic music. Chaos Control features interviews with
both major and underground acts."

Format: ASCII text
Free-standing interactive Macintosh document (early
issues require Hypercard)
Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.ids.net/~chaos/
Gopher: ftp.std.com: obi/book/Zines/Chaos.Control
FTP: ftp.std.com: /obi/Zines/Chaos.Control/
cyberden.com: /zines/chaos_control/
BBS: The Pit Report BBS
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe chaoscontrol
Other: Club Mac (Australia)
SonicNet

Contact:
Editor(s): Bob Gourley <[email protected]>
Postal: $5 to Bob Gourley, 3 Greenville Dr., Barrington, RI
02806, USA

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Chaos Corner

"Chaos Corner is a small, randomly published electronic newsletter I
write that mentions things I have found in the process of wandering
across the network. What you have here is a combination of Dr.
Science (from National Public Radio), Chaos Manor (from Byte), and
Rumor Central (from PC Week)."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
FTP: pelican.cit.cornell.edu: /pub/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Robert D. Cowles <[email protected]>

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Chaos Digest

"Focusing on computer fraud and security in France, with all aspects
of the development of Internet. In English (80%), French (15%) and
German (5%)."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: weekly

Access:
FTP: ftp.warwick.ac.uk: /pub/cud/
ftp.eff.org: /pub/CuD/
BBS: ComNet Luxembourg BBS (+352 466893)

Contact:
Editor(s): Chaos Computer Club France (CCCF)
<[email protected]>
Phone: +331 47874083
Fax: +331 47877070
Postal: Jean-Bernard Condat, General Secretary, 47 rue des
Rosiers, 93404 Saint-Ouen Cedex, France

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Cheap Truth, the Electronic Edition

"The seminal cyberpunk zine from the 1980s, including the hard to get
"The Last Cheap Truth" and the special unnumbered edition with the
Sturgeon eulogy. Note: the addresses and phone numbers therein are
several years out of date."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: Complete run of 16 issues plus 2 special issues, no
more forthcoming

Access:
WWW: http://www.io.com/~shiva/SMOF-BBS.html
FTP: ftp.io.com: /pub/usr/shiva/SMOF-BBS/cheap.truth/
BBS: SMOF-BBS (+1 512 467 7317)

Contact:
Editor(s): Vincent Omniaveritas
[email protected] (for further information about the
electronic edition)

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ChipNet

"ChipNet is an electronic magazine that contains high-resolution
graphics and over 45 columns on a wide variety of topics."

Format: HTML
AOL Fourum
DOS program
Mac Program

Access:
WWW: http://www.win.net/~tybeelytes/chipnet/index.html
FTP: ftp.win.net: /winnet/tybeelytes/chipnet/
AOL: Keyword: ChipNet

Contact:
Editor(s): John Peck, Producer <[email protected]>

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Chip's Closet Cleaner

"Humor, trivia, fun. A zine full of stuff I find in my closet. See
review in boing boing #12. "Hilarious" -- Factsheetfive.
"Overwhelming" -- Chuck Shepherd, News of the Weird. "Wonderful,
Chip. You sound like a neat guy!" -- Ann Landers."

Format: ASCII text
DocMaker (MAC)
Menu program (DOS)
Frequency: 2/year
Note: Paper copies of Issue 10 and 11 are available by
snail-mail for $2.
ISSN: 1064-9719

Access:
WWW: http://virtumall.com/zines/chip/main.html
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/ChipsClosetCleaner
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/ChipsClosetCleaner/
AOL: Writer's Club Libraries: Writer's Club E-Zines
BBS: Atomic Books (+1 410 889 3543): File Transfer:
Library 7 (Zines)
Other: The Transom: Topics: Chip's Closet Cleaner

Contact:
Editor(s): Chip Rowe <[email protected]>
Postal: Chip Rowe P.O. Box 11967, Chicago, IL 60611, USA

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The Christian Underground Journal

"A radical approach to modern christian idealogy and beliefs."

Format: DOS, NeobookPro
Frequency: quarterly, most of the time

Access:
FTP: ftp.jaxnet.com: /private/tcuj/tcuj3.zip
AOL: religion/christianity/e-pubs and text

Contact:
Editor(s): Mike Kovach <[email protected]>
<mike.[email protected]>
Fax: +1 904 221 1657 (must request fax connect)

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Chronicles of Chaos

"Chronicles of Chaos is a monthly magazine electronically distributed
worldwide via the Internet. Chronicles of Chaos focuses on all forms
of brutal music; from Thrash to Death to Black Metal, we have it
all. Each issue will feature interviews with your favorite bands,
written from the perspective of a true fan. Each issue will also
include record reviews and previews, concert reviews and tour dates,
as well as various happenings from the metal scene worldwide. We
here at Chronicles of Chaos also believe in reader participation, so
we encourage you to submit any material you may have to Gino
Filicetti"

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: monthly
Note: Interested in being reviewed? Send your demo and
bio to postal address.

Access:
WWW: http://www.geom.umn.edu:8000/~bmeloon/music/coc/coc.html
Email: Gino Filicetti <[email protected]>
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: SUBSCRIBE coc-ezine <your-name-here>

Contact:
Editor(s): Adrian Bromley (Co-Editor)
Gino Filicetti (Co-Editor & Typesetter)
<[email protected]>
Brian Meloon (Web Page Manager)
<[email protected]>
Alain M. Gaudrault (Assistant Editor)
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (416) 693-9517
Fax: +1 (416) 693-5240
Postal: 57 Lexfield Ave, Downsview Ont., M3M-1M6, Canada
Submissions: Gino Filicetti <[email protected]>

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Circuit Traces: the online magazine of fiction, fact, & fantasy

"Fact and fiction on the edge of the human/technology interface."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.wimsey.com/~chrish

Contact:
Editor(s): Christopher Hunt <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 604 941 1431
Fax: +1 604 941 1431
Postal: 2425 Glenwood Avenue, Port Coquitlam, BC, V3B 1Y7,
Canada

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Citizen Poke Magazine: Humor with Wallop

"Citizen Poke is the Internet's only monthly comedy magazine. It is a
fully layed out magazine, complete with color and graphics, dealing
with all sorts of original humor and comedy written by writers
around the world. New submissions are always being accepted."

Format: PDF
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.amherst.edu/~poke
FTP: unix.amherst.edu: /pub/poke/

Contact:
Editor(s): Josh Koppel <[email protected]>
Seth Mirick <[email protected]>
Submissions: Citizen Poke Magazine <[email protected]>

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The Civilized Explorer

"A travel information source for adventure travel, ecotour, business
personn, and people who want to be pampered. Weekly themes highlight
a region or type of travel."

Access:
WWW: http://www.crl.com/~philip/home.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Phil Stripling <[email protected]>

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Cliche

"Poetry and Prose to move outside of the telephonic America. Totally
pretentious, utterly simplistic and naive, Cliche is a paper-based
'zine whose puts something concrete in the world and then technofies
it, not vice-versa."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly/monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.mbhs.edu/~dchase/cliche.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Grace Brannigan (Submissions Editor)
<[email protected]>
Donovan Chase (Productions Editor)
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 301-384-9499
Fax: +1 301-384-9499

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Cocktail

"The only purpose with Cocktail is to provide fifteen minutes of
entertainment. It's our little fun fair, open to everyone! Fashion,
flair and joyous lifestyles are key elements. Enjoy it!"

Format: Macintosh stand-alone
Frequency: four times a year

Access:
WWW: http://www.student.lu.se/~SMV95HEm/Coc.htm
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Cocktail
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Cocktail

Contact:
Editor(s): Henrik Engstrom <[email protected]>

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Collectors Network

"A worldwide collectors information exchange. Antiques &
Collectibles, Calendar of Events, Classifieds, Articles written by
Collectors, for Collectors. Lost & Found, New Releases & Retired
Items."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.xmission.com/~patco/collect.html
FTP: ftp.netcom.com: /pub/co/collector/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Mark Paterson <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 916 965 5845
Fax: +1 916 965 5845
Postal: 729 Sutter St., Folsom, CA 95630, USA

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Commodore Hacking

"Commodore Hacking covers technical programming on all the Commodore
8-bits (primarily focusing on Commodore 128, 64). Articles typically
include assembly language source commented. Articles have covered
burst reading, reading IBM drives on the Commodore 128, Memory
Management, Graphical demo techniques, and more!! The magazine is
geared for the intermediate programmer although articles can be
found for the newbie programmer to the advanced."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: 2-3 times a year

Access:
WWW: http://www.msen.com/~brain/chacking.html
FTP: ccnga.uwaterloo.ca: /pub/cbm/hacking.mag/
GEnie: CBM roundtable
Usenet: comp.sys.cbm
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: MAILSERV
Text: subscribe

Contact:
Editor(s): Jim Brain <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 810 737 7300
Postal: Jim Brain, 602 North Lemen, Fenton, MI 48430, USA

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The Communique OnLine

"the role-playing Trekker magazine We cover the world of StarTrek
based Role Playing Simulations as found on America Online. These
sims are organized into several groups from the "official" Starfleet
Online to the "unofficial" Genesis, UCIP and Continuum Online. Our
mag carries relevant articles of interest to all Trekkers who ever
wished they could go "where no one has gone before." This is your
entry way to the Trek RPG universe on AOL. You'll find the sim
schedules, individual ship's logs, Trek tech, cadet tips, great
graphics and more! Check it out!"

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.intellinet.com/~bryan/comq/
Subscriptions: To have your name added to our subscription list
e-mail [email protected] and please specify Mac
or PC.

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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Computer Currents Interactive

"CCI visitors can regularly access the award winning Computer
Currents magazine, receive product bids, and more."

Format: HTML
Frequency: bi-weekly
ISSN: 8756-0046

Access:
WWW: http://ccurrents.com/cc
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Mike McDonnell <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 510 547 6800
Postal: 5720 Hollis St., Emeryville, CA 94608, USA

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Computer Underground Digest

"An open forum dedicated to sharing information among computerists
and to the presentation and debate of diverse views."

Format: ASCII

Access:
WWW: http://www.soci.niu.edu/~cudigest/
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: CuD
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/c/cud
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/CuD/
aql.gatech.edu: /pub/eff/Publications/CuD/
nic.funet.fi: /pub/doc/cud/
ftp.warwick.ac.uk: /pub/cud/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/c/cud/
AOL: PC Telecom forum under "computing newsletters"
Compuserve: DL0 and DL4 of the IBMBBS SIG, DL1 of LAWSIG, DL1
of TELECOM
Delphi: General Discussion database of the Internet SIG
GEnie: PF*NPC RT libraries, VIRUS/SECURITY library
FidoNet: File Request from 1:11/70
Usenet: comp.society.cu-digest
BBS: PC-EXEC (+1 414 789 4210)
Rune Stone (IIRG WHQ) (+1 203 832 8441)
NUP:Conspiracy
RIPCO (+1 312 528 5020)
Bits against the Empire (+39 461 980493) (Italy)
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe cudigest <firstname> <lastname>
Other: ComNet in LUXEMBOURG (+352 466893)

Contact:
Editor(s): Jim Thomas and Gordon Meyer
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 815 753 0303
Fax: +1 815 753 6302
Postal: Jim Thomas, Department of Sociology, NIU, DeKalb,
IL 60115, USA

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Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine

"CMC Magazine reports on people, events, applications, and research
related to computer-mediated communication (CMC). It draws on an
interdisciplinary mix of perspectives from communication,
technology, journalism, and other disciplines. CMC Magazine
publishes news, features, essays, and research reports about the
phenomenon of human communication and information retrieval on
global networks."

Format: HTML (hypertext) only
Frequency: monthly
ISSN: ISSN 1076-027X

Access:
WWW: http://www.rpi.edu/~decemj/cmc/mag/index.html

Contact:
Editor(s): John December <[email protected]>, Editor/Publisher
Phone: +1 (518) 271-8469
Postal: 154 Third Street, Troy, NY 12180-4039, USA

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Conscious Choice: The Journal of Ecology & Natural Living

"A bi-monthly Midwestern magazine that reports on environmental
issues and natural alternatives in health care, food, and nutrition.
Each issue also takes a broad look at various topics from a
perspective that sees the world as an interconnected, interdependent
community whose survival depends on the development of sustainable
patterns of living."

Format: HTML
Frequency: articles updated bi-monthly; resources updated
monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.consciouschoice.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Ross Thompson <[email protected].com>

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Consumable Online

"An online magazine with distribution to more than 200,000:
Consumable reviews, in an objective manner, alternative music (and
sometimes rock and roll as well) and also includes interviews, tour
dates, news and new release dates."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: every 2 weeks

Access:
WWW: http://www.westnet.com/consumable/Consumable.html
Gopher: diana.zems.etf.hr: eng/Music/Consumable
FTP: eetsg22.bd.psu.edu: /pub/Consumable/
ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Consumable/
Delphi: Music Fandom forum; GO ENT MUSIC
FidoNet: ???
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Bob Gajarsky <[email protected]>
Postal: 409 Washington St. #294, Hoboken, NJ 07030, USA

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Contes per a Extraterrestres

"A zine devoted to short stories and related matters (reviews,
dossiers, etc.). Texts written in Catalan, Spanish and English."

Format: HTML
Frequency: The archives are continouously updated

Access:
WWW: http://www.uji.es/CPE/

Contact:
Editor(s): Carles Bellver and Josep M. Chorda
<[email protected]>

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CONTEXTXXI: Internetforum about Literature, Art & Society

"There are articles from Bogdan Bogdanovic, Herbert Kuhner and from
many other intellectuels, artists, architects, journalists and
poets."

Format: HTML
Frequency: annual

Access:
WWW: http://stud2.tuwien.ac.at/~e8426940/context.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Alexander Schuermann-Emanuely
<[email protected]>

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CORE!

"It's an Interactive Mac fanzine with features, reviews, previews
etc."

Format: DOCMaker
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://mkn.co.uk/help/extra/people/CORE!

Contact:
Editor(s): Andrew Duckworth <[email protected]>

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Cornell Law Review

"An Academic Legal Journal published by Cornell Law School."

Frequency: six times per year

Access:
WWW: http://www.law.cornell.edu/clr/clr.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): David Lodemore (Editor-in-Chief)
<[email protected]> Mark A. Adams
(Administrative Editor) <[email protected]>

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Cosmik Debris

"Cosmik Debris focuses on music and political awareness. The music
they cover ranges from indie label garage, punk and surf bands to
major artists of all kinds. The zine is available in ascii format,
and for those of you with MS-DOS machines and e-mail systems that
can handle large attached files, there is an executable (.exe)
version with sound and graphics. Cosmik Debris is published monthly,
on or near the 5th. Subscriptions are free."

Format: ASCII
DOS executable (mouse/menu driven self-contained
magazine with graphics and sound capabilities)

Access:
WWW: http://www.greatgig.com/cosmikdebris/
FTP: ftp.serv.net: /pub/moonbaby/
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): D.J. Johnson <[email protected]>

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Cousins

"A place for the Witches, pagans, nature spirits, fey-folk, and
assorted elder kin of Sherwood to share ideas, challenges, dreams,
and projects, and to stir up a little magic of our own."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Cousins
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Cousins/

Contact:
Editor(s): Susan Gavula <[email protected]>

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CPU: Working in the Computer Industry

"Dedicated to sharing information among workers in the computer
industry. CPU is a project of the 'Working in the Computer Industry'
working group of Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility /
Berkeley Chapter."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: CPSR/work
FTP: cpsr.org: /cpsr/work/
ftp.etext.org: /pub/CPSR/work/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: SUBSCRIBE CPSR-CPU <your first name> <your
last name>

Contact:
Editor(s): Michael Stack <[email protected].com>
Jim Davis
Phone: +1 510 601 6740
Postal: PO Box 3181, Oakland, CA 94609, USA

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Crank

"No poetry. No fiction. No serial killers. Called "The Big Black of
zines" by Blacklist and labeled as "truly snotty" at The Well, Crank
is printed quarterly, and its text is distributed electronically.
Print version of Crank #2 named Editor's Choice in Factsheet 5."

Format: ASCII text
Macintosh DOCMaker
Frequency: quarterly
ISSN: 1076-9102

Access:
WWW: http://www.btf.com/btf/
FTP: ftp.rahul.net: /pub/btf/crank/
BBS: Burn this Flag (+1 408 363-9766)
Email: [email protected] (with message text "send
crankX" where X = issue # (1-4 at this time); for
Mac BinHexed version, text should read "send
crankX.mac" and be prepared receive a BinHex4.0
file)

Contact:
Editor(s): Jeff Koyen <[email protected]>
Postal: P.O. Box 757, Stuyvesant Station, NY, NY 10009, USA

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Crash

"A guide to traveling through the underground. Alternative travel
stories, hints, and tips."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Crash
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Crash/

Contact:
Editor(s): John Labovitz <[email protected]>
Miles Poindexter
Nigel French
Postal: Crash, 519 Castro #7, San Francisco, CA 94114, USA

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Creative Juices

"Creative Juices is a quarterly (more or less) e-mag collection of
quality short fiction of various genre, poetry and essays from
contributing writers, both established and emerging."

Format: READROOM
Frequency: every three to four months

Access:
BBS: Infomat (+1 714 366 1355)
selected BBSs that subscribe to the READROOM Door
Email: [email protected] (distribution is made by
attaching a file of the compressed (pkzip)
magazine to Internet e-mail messages, or by
sending the magazine as several [up to 16 per
issue] email messages)

Contact:
Editor(s): Don Wilder <[email protected]>
Postal: Creative Juices, PO Box 2842, Mission Viejo, CA
92690, USA

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Cropduster

"Cropduster (est. 1992) appears periodically as a reaction to the
kind of society that some of us live in. It is a knee-jerk response
to the fact that our world produces cultural under-achievers...
Cropduster has so far produced various reviews and critiques of some
of the lesser known aspects of people and places that teeter-totter
on barely breaking even. The zine is an overseer of this as well as
a product of it, because the thing itself exhibits too many of the
traits it condemns: Lack of rigor, unfair attacks, vendettas,
revisionism, stubbornness, spelling mistakes, and vulgarity. What
else can you expect from people who grew up in trailer parks and
live on Kraft Dinner?"

Format: HTML
ASCII text

Access:
WWW: http://chat.carleton.ca/~smeece/crop.html
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Cropduster
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Cropduster/

Contact:
Editor(s): Steven Meece <[email protected]>
Chris Woodill <[email protected]>
Postal: 79 O'Hara Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M6K 2R3, Canada

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CrossConnect

"_CrossConnect_ literary review is a journal for contemporary art and
writing based at the University of Pennsylvania featuring
interviews, nonfiction, fiction, poetry, photography, fine art and
multimedia: video and audio solicited from professional
artists/writers. We read and consider all unsolicited material.
Material from _CrossConnect_ is selected for an annual perfect bound
edition published and distributed nationally by Steel Belted Radio
Press. _CrossConnect_ is a non-profit organization."

Access:
WWW: http://tech1.dccs.upenn.edu/~xconnect

Contact:
Editor(s): Leah Sheppard <[email protected]>
d. edward deifer <[email protected]>
Postal: Suite 435a, 3401 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA
19104-6228, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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crude rom

"crude rom is the cyberspot from the people who brought you drum
core, the femzine for Tom Girls. Our first HotMetaL issue happens to
be chock full o'vids and sound clips."

Format: HTML
Frequency: at least once per month.

Access:
WWW: http://tiedrich.com/crude_rom/

Contact:
Editor(s): karen core <[email protected]>
elizabeth santeix
Phone: +1 212 260 6948
Fax: +1 212 260 7242
Postal: Drum Core, 19 Hope Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211, USA

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CTHEORY

"CTHEORY is a new international, electronic review of books on
theory, technology and culture. Reviews are posted monthly of key
books in contemporary discourse as well as theorisations of major
'event-scenes' in the mediascape. Editors and contributors include:
Kathy Acker, Jean Baudrillard, Bruce Sterling, Arthur and Marilouise
Kroker, Deena and Michael Weinstein. CTHEORY will also offer the
possibility of interactive discussions among its subscribers in the
electronic theory 'sim-posium/salon.'"

Format: ASCII text

Access:
WWW: http://english-server.hss.cmu.edu/ctheory/ctheory.html
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: SUBSCRIBE CTHEORY <full-name>

Contact:
Editor(s): Anastassia Khouri St-Pierre <[email protected]>

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Cult of the Dead Cow

"digital media / digital culture"

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: CuD/CDC
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/c/cdc
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/CuD/CDC/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/c/cdc/

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Postal: cDc communications, P.O. Box 53011, Lubbock, TX
79453, USA

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Cultronix

"Cultronix is a cultural studies theoretical journal available
electronically via the world-wide web. It makes use of a mixed
format, with articles featuring text, graphics, audio, video and
interactive hypermedia. Its contributors include faculty, graduate
students, undergraduates and nonacademics in a variety of fields.
Cultronix is devoted to negotiating and experimenting with
alternative forms of expression of academic knowledges."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://english-www.hss.cmu.edu/cultronix/

Contact:
Editor(s): Camilla Griggers, Terri Palmer, Geoffrey Sauer,
Nell Tenhaaf, Angela Todd, Hilary Strang
<[email protected]>

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cultural debris

"*debris* is a monthly collection of short essays. ENDORSEMENTS FROM
SATISFIED READERS: "I can only hope, Dahven, that your life is as
good for you as it is for me." <[email protected]> "Your stories make
me laugh my ass off. They're fascinating as all hell. I love reading
other people's mail." <[email protected]> "Just go on being your
own whacked-out impossible self and to hell with us Little People
who aren't worthy of kissing the hem of your keyboard cover."
<[email protected]> "We have determined that in a city nearly
overburdened with cool, you are one of the people who is driving the
cool quotient so much higher than the national average."
<[email protected]> "Please send along the address of the
nymphomaniac neighbours you mentioned in the recent garbage-can
rant. Who knows, I might visit Seattle someday." <[email protected]>"

Format: glorious ASCII text
Frequency: Whenever I feel like putting out. Usually when I
ovulate.

Access:
WWW: http://www.cyberzine.com
AOL: Zines Library (keyword: writers)
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: subscription
Text: "YES" to be added to list or "NO" to be
removed

Contact:
Editor(s): Dahven <[email protected]>

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Cyanosis

"A Web version of the paper magazine Cyanosis, published by System
Zero, with additional interactivity. Cyanosis is dedicated to
providing public access to highly unusual and/or controversial
graphic art, literature and interviews. We exist to insure a forum
for fearless creation, innovation and inspiriation."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.system-zero.com/

Contact:
Editor(s): Darin De Stefano <[email protected]>
Postal: System Zero, 309 Judah, Suite 310, San Francisco CA
94122, USA

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Cyber Culture

"Dedicated to the new digital world and anything and anyone involved.
We provide free access to all readers who have a Web browser. Topics
are ecclectic and will stay that way!"

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://cvp.onramp.net/cyber

Contact:
Editor(s): Dave Balmer <[email protected]>
Fax: +1 817 656 7794
Submissions: We're looking for articles and Web "pagists" who
have an opinion page they want to link in. Send
contributions to: [email protected]

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Cyber Phuck

"Cyber Phuck is NOT about sex or phreaking. It's easier to say it's
not about either of those two topics than actually saying what it is
about. Unlike most magazines, each issue doesn't begin with 10 pages
of mental masturbation to waste the reader's time and annoy him so
much that he doesn't bother reading it. We can do this because we
have replaced bullshit with genuine articles."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
FTP: wuarchive.wustl.edu: /.../zines/phuck/
BBS: Cyber (+1 513 863 0447)

Contact:
Editor(s): Tom Line <[email protected]>

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CYBERBOARDER!

"A new electronic multimedia magazine devoted to providing a public
forum for alternative voices in the cross junction of cyberspace and
board culture. Evolution of existing magazine structure into a
content-based virtual community."

Format: HTML
Frequency: as frequently as possible

Access:
WWW: http://www.cyberboarder.com
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe cyberboarder-network

Contact:
Editor(s): Eric Chiu <[email protected]>
Michael Larsen <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 415 424 7282
Fax: +1 415 497 5695
Postal: P.O. Box 9633, Stanford CA, 94309-9633, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Cybercyclist: Bringing cycling to cyberspace - world cycling news and reviews

"Bringing cycling to Cyberspace, Cybercyclist covers world cycling
issues, bike tests and cycling products, racing and events, plus new
trails, forums and advice clinics."

Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.hyperlink.com/bike/

Contact:
Editor(s): Peter Hodgetts <[email protected]>
Phone: +44 171 240 8121
Fax: +44 171 240 8098
Postal: The International Communique Ltd, 76 Neal Street,
London WC2H 9PA, England

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Cyberkind: Poetics and Prosaics for a Wired World

"A WorldWideWeb magazine of 'Net-related fiction, nonfiction, poetry
and art. CYBERKIND features prose and art submitted by the Internet
population. All genres and subjects are included, as long as there
is some connection to the Internet, cyberspace, computers or the
networked world in general. Features range from an article on
writing and the Internet to a computer-related mystery to
hyperlinked poems. There is also an art gallery of Net-related art."

Format: HTML
Frequency: random (announcements mailed to list)

Access:
WWW: http://sunsite.unc.edu/ckind/title.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Shannon Turlington <[email protected].unc.edu>

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CyberNews

"Monthly computing publication with reviews, interviews, news,
columns and features. Our main claim to fame is that what you read
is what the author wrote. We do minimal editing and never change the
scope or perception of a review or column. We do not bow to
advertiser pressure, so you get clear, concise reviews and opinions.
CyberNews comes in an ASCII, ReadRoom and Windows edition. An HTML
version will be out soon."

Format: ASCII
ReadRoom
Windows HLP file
Frequency: monthly

Access:
FTP: ftp.uu.net: /published/cybernews/
wuarchive.wustl.edu: /pub/MSDOS_UPLOADS/zines/
Compuserve: IBMAPP and Novell User forums
FidoNet: FREQable from 1:100/380 via the following magic
names: CYBERW - CyberNews Windows Edition; CYBERA
- CyberNews ASCII Edition; CYBERR - CyberNews
ReadRoom Format; CYBER - All three versions
BBS: Support U. (+1 314 984 8387)
Subscriptions: [email protected] (will get you the latest
CyberNews in ASCII and add you to the monthly
mailing list)

Contact:
Editor(s): Patrick Grote (Managing Publisher)
<[email protected]>
Wayne MacLeod (Reviews Manager) <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 314 984 9691
Fax: +1 314 984 9981
Postal: CyberNews, 11221 Manchester Rd. Suite 313, St.
Louis, MO 63122, USA

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Cyberspace Vanguard

"News and Views of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Universe"

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Cyberspace.Vanguard
gopher.well.sf.ca.us: Publications
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/c/cyberspace-vanguard
FTP: ftp.cic.net: /11/pub/e-serials/alphabetic/c/cyberspace-vanguard/
ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Cyberspace.Vanguard/
AOL: ???
GEnie: ???
FidoNet: file request from 1:157/200
Email: [email protected]
Cyberspace [email protected]:157/564 (FidoNet)
[email protected]
Other: Cleveland Freenet
Novalink

Contact:
Editor(s): TJ Goldstein <[email protected]>
Sarah Alexander, Administrator
Postal: Cyberspace Vanguard, POB 25704, Garfield Heights,
OH 44125, USA

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Cybersphere

"Cybersphere is the first french 100% electronic magazine dedicated
to cyberculture. It deals with all aspects of the information age in
France and Europe. It's published *monthly* and is completely
*bilingual* (english/french). Half of the zine is free, the other
can be accessed by subscribers only ($20 a year). First issue of
Cybersphere has been released on the 6th of June."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly
ISSN: 1262-3156

Access:
WWW: http://www.quelm.fr/CybersphereU.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Cyril Fievet <[email protected]>
Jean-Christophe Thomas <[email protected]>
Postal: SARL Quelm, 19, Bd de Sebastopol, 75001 Paris,
France

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Cyberwest Magazine

"Cyberwest Magazine is a travel/recreation publication devoted to
American and Canadian West. Cyberwest contains news/feature stories,
events listings, photos and sound. Occasional howls from lonely
canyons/arroyos make their way into Cyberwest."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.cyberwest.com/cyberwest

Contact:
Editor(s): David Iler <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (303) 753-9725
Postal: P.O. Box 40239, Denver, CO 80204-0239 USA

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DargonZine: The Magazine of the Dargon Project

"DargonZine is an electronic magazine printing stories written for
the Dargon Project, a shared-world anthology similar to (and
inspired by) Robert Asprin's Thieves' World anthologies, created by
David 'Orny' Liscomb in his now retired magazine, FSFNet. The Dargon
Project centers around a medieval-style duchy called Dargon in the
far reaches of the Kingdom of Baranur on the world named Makdiar,
and as such contains stories with a fantasy fiction/sword and
sorcery flavor."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/DargonZine
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/d/dargonzine
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/DargonZine/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/d/dargonzine/
Usenet: rec.mag.dargon
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Ornoth Liscomb <[email protected]>

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Dark Planet

"Dark Planet is a magazine of science fiction, horror, modern
fantasy, and everything in between. I run reviews, poetry, original
artwork, essays, metafiction, practically anything as long as it
relates to the speculative genres and (more importantly) is fresh,
imaginative and entertaining."

Format: HTML
Frequency: twice a year at least

Access:
WWW: http://nickel.ucs.indiana.edu/~lusnyde/cover.html

Contact:
Editor(s): lucy arlene snyder <[email protected]>

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DATUM

"DATUM is an international magazine for innovative developments in
theatre, performance, media, visual art and literature. DATUM
appears on internet and in print. DATUM is written (currently)
mainly in Dutch, with some English, German and French
contributions."

Format: HTML
Frequency: bimonthly
ISSN: 0928-7507

Access:
WWW: http://www.xs4all.nl/~datum/

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Postal: Datum c/o Bijster, p.o.box 11436, 1001 GK
Amsterdam, NL

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DaveNet

"Amusing Rants from Dave Winers' Desktop."

Format: HTML
Frequency: several times a week

Access:
WWW: http://www.hotwired.com/userland

Contact:
Editor(s): Dave Winer <[email protected]>

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De Lit. Zyne

"De Lit. Zyne is the hypertext Russian literary magazine started in
April of 1995 with the intention of exposing aspiring Russian
writers to more readers while these writers still possess the
passion and unique world perception of youth."

Format: HTML
Frequency: updates continuously, depending on the submissions

Access:
WWW: http://ice.geology.wisc.edu/~delitsin/delitzyne.html
Usenet: soc.culture.russian
soc.culture.soviet

Contact:
Editor(s): Leonid L. Delitsyne <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 608 259-84-63
Postal: 1607 Adams, Madison, WI 53711-1692, USA

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De Nar

"De Nar is a Belgian anarchist magazine (written in Dutch) In the
'electronic' version you find apart from general anarchistic
information, also some of the articles that are in the printed
version. Our main concern goes out to the activist part of the
anarchist an alternative political scene. There is a small part
attached that is in english and some of the texts are in English.
the rest is written in Dutch."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.knooppunt.be/~karel

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Postal: DE NAR, postbus 104, 1210 Brussel 21, Belgium,
Europe
Submissions: [email protected]

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Dead Angel

"Music-related ezine focusing mainly on undergound/unsigned/unknown
bands from all over the world. The ezine's goal is to make people
aware of bands that, due to limited resources, remote locations, or
inexperience (new bands, etc.), would like another outlet for making
the world at large aware of their music. Currently leans toward
indie pop on one end and screaming white noise on the other; the
schizoid existence suits us! The ezine also includes book reviews,
music reviews (regular and demo), and the occasional paranoid
rambling."

Frequency: monthly (usually)

Access:
WWW: http://www.redshift.com/~rechead/
FTP: ftp.redshift.com: /phallicide/zines/dead_angel/
ftp.netcom.com: /pub/phallic/zines/dead_angel/
Usenet: alt.music.alternative
alt.music.alternative.female
rec.music.industrial

Contact:
Editor(s): chinawhite <[email protected]>
fuzzdoll (film/video)
Postal: RKF, 815-A Brazos St. #515, Austin, TX 78701, USA
(send your music demos/releases/etc. for review)

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Dead Pig Digest

"A comedy magazine which centres around the concept of a Dead Pig
being the creator of the universe. It includes articles about that,
as well as short stories, and a host of other stupid segments.
Readers can submit their own comedy for publication in the ezine as
well."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: about once a week

Access:
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Sam Bowring and Dylan Behan <[email protected]>

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Deaf Magazine

"The Deaf Magazine has Issues on Deafness and Deaf Topics."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: once a month

Access:
WWW: http://WWW.Deaf-Magazine.Org/
Gopher: gopher.getnet.com: MISC/Disablity/Deafness/dm
FTP: Ftp.Deaf-Magazine.Org: /pub/deaf.magazine
Usenet: clarknet.deaf.magazine
alt.soc.deaf.magazine
BBS: Arizona Deaf World Online BBS (+1 602 279 1145)
Subscriptions: To: [email protected].Org
Text: subscribe deaf-magazine firstname lastname

Contact:
Editor(s): Nathan Prugh <[email protected].Org>
Phone: +1 (602) 591-2891 (Phoenix Az Pager)
+1 (520) 742-8085 (Tucson Az Pager)
+1 (602) 943-3119 (Work Phone #)
Postal: GetNet International, Inc ATTN: Nathan Prugh, 7325
N. 16th St. #140 Phoenix, Az 85016, USA

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Deep Style Magazine: America's Non Fiction Fashion Annual

"DEEP STYLE is a three year old non-fiction journal of contemporary
life, including short stories, poetry, photography, and pirated
advertising. DEEP Style is also published on paper (Color and B&W,
Glossy, 70 pages), and is distributed nationally."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://zipzap.com/deepstyl/cover/html
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Paul Fenn <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 617 524 1892
Fax: +1 617 524 1892
Postal: P.O. Box 139, State House Station, Boston, MA
02133, USA

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Delos Cyberzine

"Electronic science fiction published monthly in Italian Language.
Features interviews, news about books and movies, columns, and short
fiction. We have published original interviews with William Gibson,
Bruce Sterling, Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett and others; articles
about Star Trek Deep Space Nine and Voyager, cyberpunk, X-Files.
Issue #8 was dedicated to Isaac Asimov."

Format: HTML (optimized for Netscape 1.1)
Frequency: Monthly
Note: Language: Italian

Access:
WWW: http://www.mclink.it/n/delos/index.htm
BBS: Belit (Milano, +39 02-67070574, FirstClass)
Rete Civica Milanese (Milano, +39 02-55182168,
FirstClass)
Asterisco (Prato, +39 0574-575718, FirstClass)
PAN (Arezzo, +39 0575-24676, FirstClass)
Foundation Club (Roma, +39 06-5011474)
MC-link (Roma, +39 06-4180440)
MIX (Roma, +39 06-3200370, FirstClass)
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Silvio Sosio <[email protected]>
Luigi Pachi' <[email protected]>
Postal: Silvio Sosio, via Piacenza, 8 - 20135 Milano, Italy
Submissions: [email protected]

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Demonica Online Comic Book

"Each issue is a full-color, self running, click on the page to turn
it graphicfest. Demonica is a hit-woman working for a mysterious
organization called "The Franchise." She's beautiful and she carries
a big gun. It's a dark world outside."

Format: DocMaker on the Mac
custom viewer for Windows
Frequency: monthly(ish)

Access:
WWW: http://virtumall.com/demonica/
AOL: Run a search or check in The Graphics and Games
areas
eWorld: Check in The Ziffnet /Mac area, Trading Posts

Contact:
Editor(s): Steve Isaacs (Writer and Artist)
<[email protected]> or
<[email protected]>
Postal: Demonica, 8391 Beverly Blvd. #129, Los Angeles, CA
90048, USA

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dEPARTURE fROM nORMAL

"original artwork and fiction by contributing artists -- presented on
the World Wide Web, free to view and hear by anyone with access --
drawings, paintings, graphics, photographs, comics, animations,
video, stories, letters, essays, poetry, journals, reviews, spoken
words, music, sounds and other creative ideas."

Format: HTML text, PICT or JPEG graphics, Quicktime movies,
AIFF sound files
Frequency: no issues--no submission deadlines. We now publish
exclusively on the World Wide Web and add new
material pretty much as it is received. We
publish works on line for at least one month
before replacing them with a newer piece.
Note: If you don't have Web access, but would like to
contribute artwork anyway, send email to
[email protected] and we'll provide submission
guidelines.

Access:
WWW: http://www.teleport.com/~xwinds/dfn.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Louise Eris <[email protected]>

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Depth Probe

"An examination of the 90's American Experience through reviews of
the old and new, commentaries and dreams."

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.atdesign.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Alan Eyzaguirre <[email protected]>

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Der Pflegebrief

"Der Pflegebrief ist ein E-Zine fuer deutschsprachige Pflegende. Er
will aktuell ueber Neuigkeiten aus dem weiten Gebiet der Pflege
berichten; also Altenpflege, Kinderkrankenpflege und Krankenpflege.
Dabei geht es neben berufspolitischen und pflegepraktischen Themen
auch um pflegerelevante Software und Online-Angebote. Der
Pflegebrief setzt auf seine Leser: Durch Beitraege der Leser ist der
Pflegebrief auch ein Forum fuer Pflegende. Diskussionen sind so
moeglich."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: at the moment there is no frequency, a monthly
publishing is planned
Note: only published in German language

Access:
Email: [email protected].com (no Listserv - please
send a friendly letter)

Contact:
Editor(s): Roland Bruehe <[email protected].com>

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Descriptions of an Imaginary Univercity (DIU)

"Compiled because of The Logic of Snowflakes, this poetry/poetics
'zine began as a weekly on 4 July 1994. Maintained sporadically out
of Albany, NY, DIU features writing from around the world,
circulated pseudonymously or in an initialized manner (i.e. writing
is not attached to 'real' names). Past issues have featured work by
Marianne Moore and Kimberley Filbee, and regular features include a
Reading List for the Last Days of the White Race, bi-coastal radio
playlists, and words to the wise by someone who calls themselves
'Thus, Albert or Hubert.'"

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: wings.buffalo.edu: internet/library/e-journals/ub/rift/journals/list/diu

Contact:
Editor(s): Chris Funkhouser
<CF2785%[email protected]>
Fax: +1 518 442 4599
Postal: thelogic of snowflakes, PO Box 1503, Santa Cruz, CA
95061, USA

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Diatribe

"Farmgirls building snowguys."

Format: PDF
paper
Note: DIATRIBE will trade issues for artistically
scribbled-on newspaper photos or anonymous
audio-tape conversations.

Access:
WWW: http://www.expanse.com/ep/print/diatribe

Contact:
Editor(s): OED <[email protected]>
Postal: DIATRIBE, P.O. Box 241113, Omaha, NE 68124-5113,
USA

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digiratti

"god-like insight and tongue-through-cheek commentary concerning th e
electronic intelligentsia."

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://digiratti.com/

Contact:
Editor(s): julian loren <[email protected].gov>
Phone: +1 707 762 3488
Postal: P.O. Box 5455, Petaluma, CA 94955, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Digital Illusions

"an e-zine covering most computer graphics & animation packages"

Format: HTML
Frequency: updated monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.mcs.com/~bcleach/illusions/

Contact:
Editor(s): Brian Leach <[email protected]>

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Digital News Associates (DnA Magazine)

"Hacker, and political magazine, P/H/A/C/V sovereign citizenship, tax
info and more"

Format: ASCII

Access:
WWW: ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/va/vandal/html/dna.html
FTP: ftp.netcom.com: /pub/va/vandal/DnA/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe dna-magazine <your address>

Contact:
Editor(s): Arclight, Vandal <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 714 957 1425, box 235
Postal: PO Box 5342, Fullerton, CA, 92635, USA

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dimFLASH

"Each issue will feature critiques and commentary on Usenet
newsgroups, Web sites and other net resources; time-wasting
diversions, from particularly useless web links to the continuing
adventures of Mr. Ailment. We'll also feature a lively letters page
(we know it will be lively because if we don't get good letters
we'll just make some up), along with regular contests (where you can
win cheap crap!)."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://metro.turnpike.net/futrelle/index.html

Contact:
Editor(s): David Futrelle <[email protected]>

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The Diplomatic Pouch

"The Diplomatic Pouch is an on-line magazine for the players of
Avalon Hill's game of Diplomacy and its many variants."

Frequency: published five times a year

Access:
WWW: http://www.csn.net/~mhand/DipPouch/

Contact:
Editor(s): Manus Hand <[email protected]>

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Dive Destinations

"A travel magazine for the scuba diver in search of the ultimate dive
vacation. Destination features, previews, forums, photo gallery and
travel planner."

Format: HTML
Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.empg.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Richard H Stewart (Executive Editor)
<[email protected]>
Greg Johnston (Senior Editor)
Helene Stewart (Editor)
Phone: +1 305 257 2877
Fax: +1 305 257 3119
Postal: 27041 SW 119 Ct, Miami, FL 33032, USA

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Dogwood Blossoms: The Electronic Journal of Haiku

"Dogwood Blossoms, is a publication of the Internet community,
seeking to serve as a place where Haiku can be shared and discussed
with other lovers of the art. It is a place where the curious can
learn about haiku, where the novice can have his poetry gently and
supportingly critiqued, and where haiku lovers can share their works
with one another, and discuss all aspects of the art. Submissions
are encouraged, regardless of experience, both of original work,
published work by other authors, and comments and critiques of works
in previous issues. Articles of "short essay" length are also
welcome."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: irregular (4 issues in '93, 4 issues in '94)

Access:
WWW: http://glwarner.samford.edu/haiku.htm
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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Dream Forge

"DREAM FORGE (tm) is a monthly e-magazine for a thinking and literate
readership. What goes into DREAM FORGE? Take the zany satire and
taglines that made RANDOM ACCESS HUMOR an international sensation,
then carefully blend the insightful commentary and fiction of RUNE'S
RAG. Shake well (it annoys the staff), and you have DREAM FORGE, a
magazine for the brave new world of cyberspace. Finest fiction found
anywhere, with humor, poetry, music reviews and more."

Format: ASCII text
VGA
Readroom which provides BBS door ability
Frequency: monthly, with an occasional extra demo issue.
Note: The VGA version requires a VGA monitor with a
minimum 16 color display. The cost per issue is
$2.95, or $12.00 for a one year subscription
delivered via email.
ISSN: 1080-5877

Access:
FTP: ftp.clark.net: /pub/dream_forge/
BBS: ExecPC (+1 414 789 4500)
Software Creations (+1 508 368 4137)
The Virtual Word (+1 410 437 3463)
Subscriptions: [email protected].com

Contact:
Editor(s): Rick Arnold <[email protected]>
Dave Bealer <[email protected].com>
Phone: +1 410 437 3463 (data only)
Postal: Dream Forge, 6400 Baltimore National Pike, #201,
Baltimore, MD 21228, USA
Submissions: [email protected].com

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dreamboy!

"The monthly, spine-tingling adventure chronicling about two-weeks
worth of slumber-induced emissions. Travel with Chris, hero of the
socially awkward, as he traverses television-like terrain, conquers
the weak and less fortunate, and embarrasses everyone he knows.
Witness with intricate detail the never-before-seen interrelations
of Saddam Hussein and bowel movements. The National Hockey League
and Asian girls. Anton Szandor LaVey and the Fonz. A charming
adventure, making good use of Yul Brenner, scabs, smegma, and cheese
pizza. It's like a TV Guide to the subconscious. You enjoy reading
the listings...and can't help but wonder just who the hell is
broadcasting."

Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.etext.org/Zines/UnitCircle/dreamboy/
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/UnitCircle/dreamboy
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/UnitCircle/dreamboy/
BBS: Private Idaho (+1 208 338 9227)
Bitter Butter Better BBS (+1 503 692 5841)
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Chris Romano <[email protected]>
Postal: Chris Romano, 15332 Antioch Street #173, Los
Angeles, CA 90272, USA

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Dreampop

"There are two kinds of music in this world: the kind that makes you
yawn and the kind that speaks to your inner being. Without getting
metaphysical about it, there is simply great music that moves you:
the combination of sounds that represents your state of mind, your
life experience, and when you hear it you say to yourself, "Aha!
This is what I've been missing!" Dreampop was recently chosen as
being in the top five percent of all music-related Web sites by
Netizens that responded to a survey by Point Communications, a
Brookline, Mass., Web research firm."

Format: ASCII text
HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.itp.tsoa.nyu.edu/~student/brendonm/dp1map.html
Compuserve: Rocknet forum Library in the Rave section
Email: [email protected] (by request; I am not a
LISTSERV!)
Compuserve: 72241,1735
AOL: brendon355

Contact:
Editor(s): Brendon Macaraeg <[email protected]>

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Dromenon

"Dromenon shares the ancient view of Mystery Schools of Egypt and
Greece, of Gnostics, and Sufis, and of many mystical traditions that
belief and knowledge are not sufficient, that one needs to be in
process with the sacred or the psychological depths (however one
wants to put it). The magazine was founded in 1994 by individuals
who had attended philosopher and psychologist, Jean Houston's Human
Capacities programs and her revival of the Mystery School tradition.
The notion was, that since there was no membership organization, a
magazine could help individuals who had one time or another attended
these or similar programs keep in touch with Jean Houston's work,
others in field, and each other. Dromenon publishes poetry and
fiction as well as interviews with prominent figures, articles,
journals, and public announcements of programs and activities in
pursuit of this end-- and because it's fun."

Format: HTML
print
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.xpost.com/dromenon/

Contact:
Editor(s): Stephen Williamson <[email protected]>
Postal: Janet Parker, 1458 N.W.So River Drive, Miami, FL
33125, USA

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Drum

"Drum is not an isolated event but an ongoing process."

Format: ASCII text
Note: Apparently defunct.

Access:
Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us: Publications
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/d/drum
gopher.etext.org: Zines/Drum
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Drum/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/d/drum/

Contact:
Editor(s): R Patrick Jones

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DZOOM

"A punk zine from Lithuania, though nothing about Lithuania inside.
Big interviews with well known European punk commands, demo reviews
and other stuff like this. For punks. If you are one, get it!"

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: approximately 2 per year

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/dZoom
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/dZoom/

Contact:
Editor(s): JuNe <[email protected]>

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East Cambridgeshire On-Line News

"East Cambridgeshire On Line News is a web site holding local news
and information with many relevant and interesting external links."

Format: HTML
Frequency: web updates weekly
Cambridgeshire hard copy version available locally
each month

Access:
WWW: http://www.demon.co.uk/ecoln

Contact:
Editor(s): Ben Aldhouse <[email protected]>

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Edinburgh Samba School Newsletter

"Devoted to the music and culture of samba, Brazilian carnival music,
and to the activities of the Edinburgh samba school."

Frequency: quarterly

Access:
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Ian Heavens <[email protected]>

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Electric Dreams

"Are you interested in dreams? This may just be the e-zine for you.
From dream sharing to scientific articles to support and discussion
groups, if it is about dreams, we publish it. Most articles are
contributed by our mailing list members. Come join our community!"

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: twice monthly

Access:
FTP: sppc1952.uwsp.edu
AOL: Keyword: Writers
Select: Writers Club Libraries
Select: Writers Club e-zines
Usenet: alt.dreams (monthly advertisement FAQ)
Subscriptions: c[email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Richard C. Wilkerson <[email protected]>
Catherine Decker <[email protected]>

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ELECTRIC-SPINE

"This e-mail newsletter's first mission is to support the interests
of people with spinal cord injuries. Medical professionals concerned
with spinal cord injuries, and family and friends of spinal cord
injured people, are welcome to participate. (Moderated)
ELECTRIC-SPINE, at present, is only semi-automatically managed.
Spinal Cord Injuries are just another `medically modified
lifestyle.' FREE (keyword search support:
paraplegics/quadriplegics/handicapped/disabled/disability/
medical/health)."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: bi-weekly(?)

Access:
FidoNet: 1:231/875
Email: To: [email protected]
Subject: E-SPINE
Text: HELP
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: E-SPINE
Text: subscribe <[email protected]>

Contact:
Editor(s): Daniel Boggs <[email protected]>

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the electronic Gourmet Guide (the eGG)

"The eGG is the Internet's first monthly food and cooking magazine
featuring interviews with chefs and other people in the food
industry, feature articles, food news, cooking tips, new recipes,
regular columnists and the Gourmet Guess food trivia game."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.2way.com/food

Contact:
Editor(s): Kate Heyhoe <[email protected]>

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Electronic Money Tree

"A monthly magazine that features articles about small business,
taxes, franchising, entrepreneur opportunities, and doing business
on the internet. Articles for evaluation should be sent via e-mail."

Format: Neobook (graphical compiled format for PC)
HTML (WWW)
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.soos.com/$tree
AOL: EPub/software/magazine

Contact:
Editor(s): Ric Soos <[email protected]>
Postal: 2745 Monterey Hwy #76, San Jose, CA 95111-3129, USA

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Electronic Soapbox Magazine

"Dedicated to being a platform for the discussion of the mass media.
Also opening an art section shortly. Most info is derived from
fellow York University students, but we wish to expand. Been around
since Feb, over 100 articles written. We are completely non-profit,
and get no support from any York Organization."

Format: HMTL 3.0
Frequency: every 2 weeks (very slow over the summer though)

Access:
WWW: http://www-home.calumet.yorku.ca/rmccann/www/es/esmag1.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): Richard McCann <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (416) 739-0816
Postal: 102A Calumet, York University, 4700 Keele St, North
York, Ontario M3J 1P3 Canada

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The Electronic Urban Report (EUR)

"The Electronic Urban Report gives readers/subscribers FREE daily
updates on their favorite celebrities like Janet and Michael
Jackson, Prince, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Notorious B-I-G, 2-Pac, Whitney
Houston, Anita Baker, Denzel Washington, Whoopi Goldberg, Michael
Jordan, Magic Johnson, Gen. Colin Powell, Arsenio Hall and many,
many more."

Format: ASCII text via internet email
Frequency: delivered daily (Mon-Fri) via internet email

Access:
WWW: http://www.leebailey.com/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: Subscribe EUR

Contact:
Editor(s): Kim Cohn, Janice Littlejohn, Deseria Valteau
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 213 969 0011
Fax: +1 213 969 8474
Postal: EUR c/o RadioScope, 3151 Cahuenga Blvd West #200,
Los Angeles, CA 90068-1768, USA

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Elektra

"Digitas' dynamic electronic magazine regarding emerging
technologies."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.digitas.org/

Contact:
Editor(s): Ishir Bhan <[email protected]>

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THE ELM (English Language Magazine)

"THE ELM magazine deals in general terms with anything but we focus
mainly in literature, since it's made by students studying English
Philology, music, University news and things going on in Valencia.
We have a print version, which we sell at 150 pesetas, and an
electronic version. One of our objectives (if not the main one) is
contacting students from abroad -- USA, Great Britain, Ireland
universities, etc. (we ARE open to any student) so that we can
establish contact with them, exchange information, learn about
activities taking place in their universities, their cities, etc. We
don't want to be JUST a magazine BUT ALSO construct bridges between
universities from abroad, its STUDENTS and us. To relate the
university comunities publishing e-zines."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: electronic: weekly
print: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.uv.es/~solerm
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: subscribe THE ELM E-ZINE
Body: name and surname, e-mail address, university
(if any)

Contact:
Editor(s): Manuel Soler <[email protected]>
Postal: The ELM English Language Magazine - AEFI, Facultad
de Filologia. Univ. of Valencia, C/. Artes
Graficas, 16 Entrl., 46010 Valencia

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The E-Mail Club: Newsletter/Directory Update

"Contains software tips, networking information, member news, etc.,
plus worldwide directory of names, e-mail addresses, and brief
profiles of new members who joined during the month. For sample,
send mail to: [email protected] and ask nicely."

Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://emporium.turnpike.net/E/emailclub/sample.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Postal: The E-Mail Club, PO Box 2776, Sarasota, FL 34230,
USA

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The Engineer's Forum

"Engineers' Forum is Virginia Tech's student engineering magazine. It
is published four times a year and contains information of general
interest to engineers and other technology oriented individuals."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.vt.edu:10021/eng/forum/index.html

Contact:
Editor(s): John Cole (Editor-in-Chief)
Mike Reese (Editor-in-Chief)
David Kennedy (Internet Editor) <[email protected]>

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Enterzone

"A Web-only magazine/symposium/salon of writing, art, and new media."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://enterzone.berkeley.edu/enterzone.html
Subscriptions: from Subscription Page:
http://enterzone.berkeley.edu/ez/subscr.html

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected].berkeley.edu
Publisher: Christian Crumlish <[email protected]>
Production Editor: Richard Frankel
<[email protected]>
Postal: 1017 Bayview Avenue, Oakland, CA 94610-4032, USA

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An Entirely Other Day

"An Entirely Other Day is an irregular (both in terms of distribution
and subject matter) missive from Greg Knauss, who works as a
computer programmer in Southern California. Greg's "Entirely Other
Day" items are taken from his life, and can be funny, weird, or
both."

Format: ASCII text
HTML
Frequency: approximately 2 items per month

Access:
WWW: http://www.etext.org/Zines/EOD/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: subscribe

Contact:
Editor(s): Greg Knauss <[email protected]>

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Envoy

"Envoy is a bi-monthly newsletter for writers, artists, and
booksellers of Central Texas. Contents include release schedules for
upcoming books and other works; event schedules for conventions and
booksignings; and profiles and news about Central Texas writers and
artists."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Paper (available via paid subscription)
PostScript
Windows Help
Frequency: bi-monthly
ISSN: 1079-0977

Access:
WWW: http://www.io.com/~allston/envoy.html
FTP: io.com: /pub/usr/envoy/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe envoy-online

Contact:
Editor(s): Aaron Allston <[email protected]>
Postal: ENVOY, c/o Aaron Allston, PO Box 564, Round Rock,
TX 78680-0564, USA

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The EPIC Alert

"The EPIC Alert, the electronic newsletter of the Electronic Privacy
Information Center in Washington, DC. The focus of the publication
is on privacy and civil liberties in the information age including
cryptography, the NII, medical records, consumer records, national
ID cards, and other privacy issues. EPIC is a project of Computer
Professionals for Social Responsibility and the Fund for
Constitutional Government."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: bi-weekly

Access:
WWW: http://epic.org/alert/
Gopher: cpsr.org: cpsr/alert
gopher.etext.org: CPSR
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/c/cpsr-cpu
FTP: cpsr.org: /cpsr/alert/
ftp.etext.org: /pub/CPSR/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/c/cpsr-cpu/
WAIS: cpsr.org: /cpsr/alert
AOL: Search by keyword EPIC in Computing and Software
(soon to be in CPSR Internet section)
Compuserve: Keyword: NCSA, Library 2 (EPIC/Ethics)
Usenet: comp.society.cpsr.announce
Email: [email protected] (for comments only)
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe cpsr-anounce <your name>

Contact:
Editor(s): Dave Banisar <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 202 544 9240
Fax: +1 202 547 5482
Postal: EPIC, 666 Pennsylvania Ave, SE #301, Washington, DC
20003, USA

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Epub News

"Products, services, and resources for electronic publishers.
Authoring, marketing, publishing with Acrobat, Envoy, HTML, WinHelp,
et al."

Format: HTML
Frequency: daily

Access:
WWW: http://www.servtech.com/public/thusted/epubnews.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): Ted Husted <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 716 425-3463

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eSCENE

"eSCENE is the Internet's first yearly anthology of the best
online-published short fiction. We select and publish the best
stories previously appearing in the monthly/bi-monthly/quarterly
ezines on the Internet."

Format: ASCII
PostScript
HTML
Acrobat
Frequency: yearly
Note: Since eSCENE is a yearly anthology, there are no
writers guidelines. To be eligible for inclusion
in eSCENE, your story must first appear in one of
the many fine ezines on the Net.

Access:
WWW: http://www.etext.org/Zines/eScene
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/eScene
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/eScene/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Jeff Carlson (Series Editor) <[email protected]>
Postal: 314 North 134th St. #100, Seattle, WA 98133 USA

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et Cetera: the zine of everything and nothing

"et Cetera is exactly what it says... "and other things" if i'm not
mistaken. it will conduct interviews on random topics (we'll try to
cover EVERYTHING at least once!), have a lot of feedback and have
some creative writing in the second section of the zine with little
nibblets about the artists... it's fun and serious, mundane and
inspired, pointless and focused... all in one. we'll do everything
about nothing and nothing about everything. it is published and
distributed electronically as often as i can (which may not be very
often)."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: varies

Access:
WWW: http://www.cs.andrews.edu/~adap/etcetera.html
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Etcetera
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Etcetera/

Contact:
Editor(s): Steve Lee (Editor-in-Chief) <[email protected]>
Edsel Adap (WWW Editor) <[email protected]>

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Et Tu Boo-Tay

"We try to reach into the left side of el cranium w/ interviews,
sub-conscious feedback, memory loops of pain/pleasure,... uh but
that usually doesn't work so sometimes we incorporate right side
texts in this webspace that is continually changing. Um, most of the
stuff is kinda dreamy and other stuff is funny."

Format: HTML
Frequency: updated frequently... weekly?

Access:
WWW: http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~abootch

Contact:
Editor(s): Andy Matinog <[email protected]>
Postal: Andy Matinog/Jewelled Escapement Press, 440 Haight
St. #31, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA

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The Eternity Articles

"A delicious look at how my world works. It's part social commentary,
and part introspection, but brutally honest. Its mood mirrors my
own, so it will reflect a wide range of emotions, but if you look
hard enough, you'll find the stability within. I also accept vents
and rants from just about anybody, so if you want to be heard..."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: monthly (end of each month)

Access:
WWW: http://www.interlog.com/~vash/
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/WhyMe
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/WhyMe/
Email: [email protected].org

Contact:
Editor(s): Sanjay Singh <[email protected].org>

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Euphony Magazine

"ArtsMusicMoviesSexSatire"

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly (every Friday)

Access:
WWW: http://euphony.com/euphony/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Colin Smith <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 604 602 0880
Fax: +1 604 602 0879
Postal: #523-119 West Pender Street, Vancouver, BC CANADA,
V5B 1S5
Submissions: [email protected]

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eWire

"HyperCard e-zine that covers BMX freestyle (mainly the New England
scene) and music (punk & ska), with color photos & samples. eWire2 -
Jawbreaker, Royal Crowns, local riders/contests. eWire3 (out soon) -
riding coverage; Down By Law, Sinkhole, Skankin' Pickle; music,
'zine and video reviews."

Format: HyperCard 2.1
Frequency: whenever I have time to do it
Note: email for other FTP sites

Access:
FTP: obi.std.com: /obi/Zines/eWire/
AOL: HyperCard stacks
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Kieran <[email protected]>

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Excerpts from The Anglican Digest

"Excerpts from The Anglican Digest (TAD), "an Episcopal miscellany
reflecting the ministry of the faithful throughout the Anglican
Communion.""

Format: HTML
Frequency: 6 times/year
Note: I am not officially affiliated with TAD. It's
literally excerpts from TAD (which may be more
extensive as I develop a relationship with the
publishers of TAD and work through copyright
issues) that I choose to put on the web.

Access:
WWW: ftp://col.hp.com/html/tbc/TAD/index.html
FTP: col.hp.com: /html/tbc/TAD/index.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Tim Chambers <[email protected]>
Submissions: The Rev C. Frederick Barbee, 50 Crestwood Executive
Center, Suite 507, St. Louis, MO 63126 USA, phone
1+314-525-2114; fax 1+314-842-7242.

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EXTRA!

"The magazine of FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting), and
EXTRA!Update is its companion newsletter. FAIR is the national media
watch group offering well-documented criticism in an effort to
correct media bias and imbalance. FAIR focuses public awareness on
the narrow corporate bias and their insensitivity to women, labor,
minorities, and other public interest constituencies. FAIR seeks to
invigorate the First Amendment by advocating for greater media
pluralism and the inclusion of public interest voices in national
debates."

Format: HTML
paper
Frequency: bi-monthly
ISSN: 0895-2310

Access:
WWW: http://www.fair.org/fair/
Gopher: gopher.igc.apc.org: orgs/fair
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe fair-l

Contact:
Editor(s): Jim Naureckas <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 212 633 6700
Fax: +1 212 727 7668
Postal: FAIR/EXTRA!, 130 W. 25th St., New York, NY 10001,
USA

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extra-TEXTure

"word<Up> is a a low cost automatic e-mail answering service, a
curated text gallery and resource center, a market and/or meeting
place for ideas, activity and artifacts. extra-TEXTure is the
word<Up> e-zine, a list of files featuring fiction, articles, the
arts, releases, recipes and reviews."

Access:
Email: To: [email protected] Text: send extra-TEXTure

Contact:
Editor(s): Rick van Valkenburg <[email protected]>

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eye WEEKLY

"eye is Toronto's arts newspaper -- with a hard copy circulation of
over 100k. Like the mother of all entertainment weeklies (The
Village Voice), it focuses on music, movies, art, alternative news,
etc."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: every Thursday
ISSN: 1192-6074

Access:
WWW: http://www.interlog.com/eye
Gopher: interlog.com
Usenet: eye.*

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Phone: +1 416 971 8421
Fax: +1 416 971 7786
Postal: 57 Spadina Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5V 2J2

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EYEBEAMS

"A magazine for Unitarian Universalist opinion."

Format: HTML
ASCII text
Frequency: updated regularly

Access:
WWW: http://www.wolfe.net/~uujim/eyebeams/magazine.html
Usenet: soc.religion.unitarian-univ

Contact:
Editor(s): Jim Mason <[email protected].net>

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F MagZine

"F MagZine is a cheesy for-students, by-students attitude publication
that is the antithesis to all these condescending mags aimed at the
mysterious "Generation X." What the hell is this X, anyway, and who
the hell made that shit up?"

Format: HTML
Frequency: constantly evolving entity, forever in flux... shit
goes up as it's ready
Note: we're always looking for cool writers,
illustrators, graphic artists, etc... if it's
mainstream, we're not that interested... if it's
GOOD, then we're all ears... eventual goals
include payment of student talent... for now it's
just gratitude and resume padding...

Access:
WWW: http://www.musicwest.com/fmag

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Phone: +1 (604) 520-1795
Postal: #2 - 1215 Fourth Avenue, New Westminster, B.C.,
Canada V3M 1T8
Submissions: jason kurylo (head agoraphobe) <[email protected]>

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Factsheet Five / Factsheet Five-Electric

"Factsheet Five is the closest thing to a central clearinghouse of
data about the anarchic, decentralized world of self-published
magazines known as zines. We review over 1,500 zines each quarter
(Yow!) in the print version. The reviews are uploaded to the Net and
combined with reviews from a variety of other publications - such as
Bypass, Second Guess, Fucktooth - and random people around the Net.
We encourage *you* to read zines, produce a zine, and send us your
reviews of zines. The files that comprise F5-E are divided into
various categories (Punk, Grrrlz, Politics, Fringe, Queer, Sex,
etc.) and an issue will be over 3 megabytes in size. Each review
gives you the ordering information for the zine as well as our
opinion of the publication."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: quarterly (more or less)
Note: Please send zines to just one address. All reviews
from the paper version show up in the electronic
version.

Access:
WWW: http://www.well.com/conf/f5/f5index2.html
Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us: Publications
gopher.etext.org: Factsheet.Five
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/f/f5-e
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Factsheet.Five/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/f/f5-e/
WAIS: nigel.msen.com
The WELL: g f5
Usenet: alt.zines
rec.mag
alt.etext
BBS: BBSes around the world
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Jerod Pore <[email protected]> (electronic version)
Seth Friedman (paper version)
Phone: +1 415 668 1781 (paper version *only*)
Postal: Seth Friedman, POB 170099, San Francisco, CA
94117-0099, USA (paper version *only*, especially
subscriptions)
Factsheet Five, 1800 Market St., San Francisco, CA
94102, USA (*BOTH* the electronic and paper
versions, or for items that can't be delivered to
a PO box)

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Fair Play

"Concerns itself with the JFK assassination. It contains original
research into the case, original fiction and poetry, a few
editorials, links to ftp and gopher sites where users can access JFK
material, plus links to other useful Web sites."

Format: HTML
Frequency: irregularly, approx. every two months

Access:
WWW: http://rmii.com/~jkelin/fp.html

Contact:
Editor(s): John Kelin <[email protected]>

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Far Gone

"A spankin' new Web journal of fiction, poetry and interviews. The
inaugural issue sports rollicking interviews with Ken Kesey and
Timothy Leary, pertaining to things sundry and psychedelic."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.imv.com/lit/fargone

Contact:
Editor(s): Todd Brendan Fahey <[email protected]>

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FaT GiRL

"FaT GiRL is a zine for fat dykes and the women who want them.
Originally (and still primarily) a big, fat printed paper zine, much
of our content is now on the web, along with some web-specific
content. We've got rants, raves, resources, recipes, advice, and
information relevant to fat dykes that you won't find anywhere else
in the known universe."

Format: HTML
Frequency: new stuff appearing on the web monthly
paper version comes out 3x/year

Access:
WWW: http://fatgirl.factory.net

Contact:
Editor(s): Max Airborne <[email protected]>
Postal: FaT GiRL, 2215-R Market St. #193, San Francisco, CA
94114, USA

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Fat Nipples

"It could be called a punk zine, but music is rarely discussed.
Politics, feelings and ideas are discussed from a punk perspective.
Basically, it's whatever I'm thinking at the moment, be it funny,
serious, boring, etc. Increases sex drive and disguises the signs of
aging."

Format: ASCII text or ZIP file (whatever is preferred)
Frequency: infrequent
ISSN: 1076-8629

Access:
WWW: http://pluto.njcc.com/~chris
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Fat_Nipples
FTP: locust.cic.net: /pub/Zines/Fat_Nipples/
grind.isca.uiowa.edu: /info/journals/fat.nipples/
quartz.rutgers.edu: /pub/journals/Fat-Nipples/

Contact:
Editor(s): Chris Conway <[email protected]>
Postal: FN, P.O. Box 2554, Trenton, NJ 08690, USA

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the federation flash

"a periodical for masters (Angelic, ET, Human, and other dimensional)
at all stages of awakening. Written by ET walk-ins KenDon and Kumara
to support the Ascension of the Planetary Consciousness. Topics
includes: Unconditional ascension, living a miraculous life, various
types of ascension, walk-ins, fifth-dimensional technologies, light
bodies, enchantment, and much more."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: more or less quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://err.ethz.ch/~kiwi/Spirit/starbuilders.html
http://www.protree.com/Spirit.html
http://zeta.cs.adfa.oz.au/Spirit.html
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Federation_Flash/fedflsh2.txt
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Federation_Flash/fedflsh2.txt
grind.isca.uiowa.edu: /info/journals/fed.flash/fedflsh2.txt
Usenet: alt.zines (at times)
Subscriptions: To: [email protected].net
Text: subscribe

Contact:
Editor(s): KenDon and Kumara <[email protected].net>
Postal: starbuilders, p.o. box 220964, hollywood, fl
33022-0964, usa

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FICTION-ONLINE

"FICTION-ONLINE publishes poetry, short stories (including
short-shorts), serialized novels and plays or excerpts of plays.
Core contributions come from the Northwest Fiction Group, an
affiliate of Washington Independent Writers, but the magazine is an
independent entity and solicits mainstream or genre submissions from
the public."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Fiction_Online
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Fiction_Online
AOL: Writer's Club E-Zines
Email: [email protected]
Other: Writer's Center (Bethesda, MD, USA)

Contact:
Editor(s): Bill Ramsay <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 202 244 4578
Fax: +1 202 363 0872
Postal: 2930 Foxhall Road NW, Washington, DC 20016

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Filters

"It's full of graphics and stories that are funny and blunt and
sometimes weird."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.teleport.com/~mattr

Contact:
Editor(s): Matt <[email protected]>

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FineCut

"For all videographers, camcorder enthusiasts,and independent
moviemakers, an online resource of how to shoot and where to show
work. Book reviews, hints and tips, video festival listings and
much, much more!"

Format: HTML
Frequency: irregular, but may metamorphose into quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.rmplc.co.uk./eduweb/sites/terrymen/movie1.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Terry Mendoza <[email protected]>

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Fingal's Cave

"Random bits of interesting pieces from around the cyber-landscape.
Pieces include but aren't limited to poems, commentary, music
reviews, bitches, and any other things of interest."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: varies

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Fingals
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Fingals/
Usenet: alt.zines

Contact:
Editor(s): Fingal <[email protected]>

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First Impressions

"A "reading diary." Comments written after finishing each book that I
I read, sometimes critical, sometimes not."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: monthly (although I don't hold myself to it)

Access:
WWW: http://sf.www.lysator.liu.se/sf_archive/sf-texts/First_Impressions/fi.contents.ht
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Glen E. Cox <[email protected]>

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First Person Passion Fruit

"First Person: Me. My ideas, my thoughts. Your ideas seen through my
eyes. Passion Fruit: The world. Plato's world of Ideas, Aristotle's
empirical database of facts. But most importantly, this world, right
NOW."

Frequency: every 3 months or sooner

Access:
WWW: http://holly.colostate.edu/~nathans/fppf/fppf.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Nathan <[email protected].edu>
Postal: FPPF c/o Nathan, 107 N. Hollywood St., Ft. Collins,
CO 80521 USA

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Fish Rap Online

"The online version of an alternative newspaper at the University of
California at Santa Cruz."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.iuma.com/fishrap

Contact:
Editor(s): Derek M. Powazek, Editor Emeritus
<[email protected]>

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FiX

"FiX is a London-based style and culture zine that'll help you crawl
through the info-quagmire of the mid nineties. No talk of computers
or connectivity here: just bags of interviews, news, reviews and
features. Often quirky, occasionally tacky, always irreverent: FiX
brings you the lowdown on the things that matter -- sex, drugs,
politics, music, art and football -- and serves them up in the
world's widest magazine."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.easynet.co.uk/fix/fix.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): Ben Edwards, Marian Buckley, Owen Valentine
Pringle, Brad Sidey <[email protected].demon.co.uk>
Phone: 071 284 0892

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Flames Magazine

"Flames contains content relevant to the political, social, economic
and technical aspects of the Internet. It also contains 'LX', an
interactive short story which demonstrates how the Internet can be
used to enhance broadcast drama and advertising and illustrates the
potential of interactive television. Articles and features are
available for publication in paper-based titles."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.gold.net/flames/

Contact:
Editor(s): Peter Kruger, Steinkrug Publications Ltd
<[email protected].co.uk>
Phone: +44 223 208926
Fax: +44 223 208098

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Flash Information

"Flash Information is a bibliographic/news bulletin intended for R&D
managers, researchers, and professionals within the field of
information technology (IT). The scope and content of the
bibliographic section of Flash Information focus on the following
topics: 1) work and technology ; 2) performance support systems; 3)
networked cultural information systems; 4) computer-aided
translation; 5) adaptive information systems; and 6) technology and
society. The news briefs provide a) summaries of reviews and
announcements of IT products (hardware, software) and services, and
b) R&D, government and industry news, technology issues and trends,
and current IT developments."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.citi.doc.ca/Citi-Mosaic/Citihome/ISIR/FlashInfoE/FlashInfoE.html (Englh version)
http://www.citi.doc.ca/Citi-Mosaic/Citihome/SIRI/FlashInfoF/FlashInfoF.html (Fren version)
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: SUBSCRIBE <your address>

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Marcel Simoneau <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (514) 973-5740
Fax: +1 (514) 973-5757
Postal: Industry Canada, Centre for Information Technology
Innovation (CITI), 1575 Chomedey, Laval (QUE),
Canada H7V 2X2

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Flashback Magazine: The scandinavian bible of subculture

"On the webpage you find interviews with Timothy Leary, Nick Zedd,
Jello Biafra etc. and articles on Church of Satan, Christiania and
much, much more. For the moment only in swedish, but an
international version will come later this year!!!"

Access:
WWW: http://www.oden.se/~empire/

Contact:
Editor(s): Jan Axelsson <[email protected]>

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FloodZone: Cartoons from Outside the Mainstream

"FloodZone, a newspaper-style zine with an internet location, is
dedicated to providing cartoonists that are not represented by the
Syndicates and Sunday Funnies. Let's face it, a good majority of the
"Funny" pages aren't funny. Meanwhile, hordes of humorous cartoons
are left by the wayside. Not any more."

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly on-line, monthly on paper

Access:
WWW: http://www.globalgraphics.com/Zines/FloodZone/FloodZone.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Postal: Global Graphics, P.O. Box 822, Mountain View, CA
94042-0822, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Fluid Matter

"The issue out now is number five. This issue is mainly about me. It
also has an article from the church of euthanasia, along with
reviews. It's a highly personal zine, but it's not boring."

Frequency: once every two or three months, but the web page is
updated as needed

Access:
WWW: http://users.aol.com/star60nine/fm_home.htm.

Contact:
Editor(s): corey george <[email protected]>
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 901 272 3428
Postal: Fluid Matter, 637 Landis St., Memphis, TN 38104,
USA

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FLUX

"FLUX is a Mac zine which converts to a powerful personal software
development system for budding entrepreneurs and programmers. Also
offers exclusive mailing lists for social/political/computing
activists. Past editorial content has included social impact of a
widely available death control pill, building an ultralight VTOL in
your garage, radical strategies for defending against invasions by
technologically superior aliens, if traditional measures fail, and
predictions for the next 50 years."

Format: HyperCard Player v2.1
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
AOL: select "Keyword" in the "Go To" menu, then enter
"filesearch". In the dialog that next appears,
enter "FLUX".

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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Forcast Fanzine

"This zine is mainly focused on the Hardcore/Punk scene. It includes
interviews with bands, lotsa pictures, sound files and other links."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://info.pitt.edu/~rbast3/

Contact:
Editor(s): Russell Alexander <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 412 648 4186

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Foreign Body

"Deconstructive fanzine. Most of it is in English, although there are
three texts in German too."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://neptune.lake.de/sonst/homepages/s2442/fobo.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Peter Krapp <[email protected].de>

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Forever Alive Lite

"Forever Alive is the world's premier magazine on the subject of
physical immortality. We offer a new vision of humanity, as
completely whole, beyond the polarities of life and death, spirit
and body, mind and heart, male and female. This pioneering magazine
explores the transformative powers of embracing a life without
limits. Forever Alive Lite is the electronic equivalent to Forever
Alive magazine. Both are published by People Forever International."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: monthly

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: 11/ForeverAlive
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/ForeverAlive/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Herb Bowie <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 602 922 0300
Fax: +1 602 922 0800
Postal: People Forever, PO Box 12305, Scottsdale, AZ
85267-2305, USA

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The Fractured Mirror

"A magazine devoted to electronic "Head Music" ranging from surreal
ambient excursions to thumping techno and everything in between or
slightly to one side! Full of reviews, interviews, competitions,
reader submissions and anything else I have the time to put into it.
All reviews are of latest releases (before the stuff actually
reaches the shops - straight from the record labels themselves) so
everything is up to date."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: fortnightly

Access:
WWW: http://www.demon.co.uk/drci/fractured/index.html
Usenet: alt.music.techno
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Gareth Lancaster <[email protected]>

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Fratricide: an irregular microzine of immoderate opinion

"FRATRICIDE, a microscopic electronic magazine, or microzine, is
solely a work of opinion by the author, concentrating primarily on
politics, social comment, and art. No funds, subscriptions, or
submissions are solicited, though help, comments, and suggestions
are always welcome. FRATRICIDE will always be an e-mail zine, with
no cumbersome listserver to worry with. Merely send mail requesting
distribution to [email protected], and I will include you in the
(roughly) monthly distribution."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://deltos.private.net/rbarb/frat.htm (archives)
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Redmon Barbry <[email protected]>

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Frogmag

"The e-zine of the French community abroad is now on the Web. Written
by its readers, Frogmag aims at publishing quality articles on any
potentially interesting subject. Its scope ranges from art to
science through literature, history, practical guides... Bonne
lecture!"

Access:
WWW: http://www.princeton.edu/Frogmag/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Body: subscribe frognet your_name

Contact:
Editor(s): Catherine Dhaussy <[email protected]>
Daniel Lellouch (WWW version)
<[email protected]>

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From Now On: The Educational Technology Journal

"A free electronic journal published since 1991 with a focus upon
educational technologies. It can also be found at the Electronic
Newstand."

Access:
WWW: http://www.pacificrim.net/~mckenzie

Contact:
Editor(s): Jamieson McKenzie <[email protected]>

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FSFNet

"BITNET fantasy-science fiction fanzine."

Format: ASCII text
Note: Defunct since 1988, replaced by DargonZine

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/FSFNet
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/FSFNet/

Contact:
Editor(s): "Orny" Liscomb

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F.U.C.K. (Fucked Up College Kids)

"You have to read it to believe it."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: sporadic

Access:
FTP: ftp.netcom.com: /pub/je/jericho/FUCK
ftp.winternet.net: /users/craigb/fuck/
ftp.fc.net: /pub/deadkat/misc/fuck/

Contact:
Editor(s): Disorder <[email protected]>

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FUGUE

"a biannual, multi-genre magazine published by the University of
Idaho English Department and staffed by UI English majors which
contains fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction chosen for a wide
variety of reader tastes."

Format: HTML
Frequency: biannual

Access:
WWW: http://www.uidaho.edu/Letters_and_Science/Eng/Fugue/
Subscriptions: we are still snail mail and standard format: send
SASE #10 envelope along with submission to postal
address below

Contact:
Editor(s): Eric Issacson (Executive Editor)
<[email protected]>
Trevor Dodge (Associate Editor)
<[email protected]>
Postal: FUGUE, c/o UI English Department, Brink Hall, Room
200, Moscow, ID 83844-1102, USA

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FUNHOUSE!: The cyberzine of degenerate pop culture

"Dedicated to whatever happens to be on my mind at the time I'm
writing. The focus will tend to be on those aspects of our
fun-filled world which aren't given the attention of the bland
traditional media, or which have been woefully misinterpreted or
misdiagnosed by the same. FUNHOUSE! is basically a happy place, and
thus the only real criteria I will try to meet is to refrain from
rants, personal attacks, and flames -- and thus FUNHOUSE! is an
apolitical place. Offbeat films, music, literature, and experiences
are largely covered, with the one stipulation that articles are
attempted to be detailed and well documented, although this is no
guarantee of completeness or correctness, so that the interested
reader may further pursue something which may spark her interest."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Funhouse
gopher.well.sf.ca.us: Publications
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/f/funhouse
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Funhouse/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/f/funhouse/

Contact:
Editor(s): Jeff Dove <[email protected]>

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Furyu: The Budo Journal of Classical Japanese Martial Arts and Culture

"Furyu is the journal of classical Japanese martial arts and culture.
The on-line edition consists of articles (under construction), an
archive of past article subjects, and a Web Guide to Budo Sites.
Furyu is published quarterly in Hawaii by Tengu Press & Wayne
Muromoto. A subscription form is available on-line."

Access:
WWW: http://turnpike.net/emporium/G/goodin/furyu

Contact:
Editor(s): Charles C. Goodin (On-Line Editor)
<[email protected]>

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Game Bytes

"reviews, interviews, reports and actual screen shots from games"

Format: HTML
ASCII text

Access:
WWW: http://wcl-rs.bham.ac.uk/GameBytes
Gopher: gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/g/game-bytes
FTP: ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/g/game-bytes/
ftp.uml.edu: /msdos/Games/Game_Bytes/
wuarchive.wustl.edu: /pub/msdos_uploads/game_byte/
nic.funet.fi: /pub/msdos/games/gamebyte/

Contact:
Editor(s): Ross Erickson <[email protected].compaq.com>

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The Garrett County Journal

"Seamy semiotics. Brutal and beat."

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.cyborganic.com/People/garrett/

Contact:
Editor(s): gk darby <[email protected]>
Postal: The Garrett County Journal, 260 Langdon St. #3,
Madison, WI 53703, USA

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geekgirl

"Aimed at geekgirls or aspiring geekgirls, geekgirl is a quarterly
web zine also available in hard copy. The editors, rosiex and lisa
pears, interview local and overseas net notables, or let them speak
for themselves. Geekgirl hopes to get the low down on cyberlife &
what it takes to be a geek these days. We also look at the problems
some geekgirls face on-line and the first issue, STICK, distributed
Jan, 1995 was extremely well received. Our second issue "the
mangazine" is due April and includes features on Kathy Acker, Noam
Chomsky, Electronic Witches, Virtual Sisters, Spider Redgold,
conspiracy researcher Jim Keith and more, much more. We continually
upgrade our web site and welcome others to form links and construct
an xchange of ideas and hyperthoughts. Our WWW site has taken off
and continues to be a transit for some high flyers..Stick (still
available on-line) features, St.Jude, Sadie Plant, VNS Matrix, Bill
Barker (Schwa), Joell Abbott, plus voices from The Electronic Salon;
Dale Spender, Amy Bruckman, & others tackle tapioca, high res
sensoriums, the alien species, plus Matthew Gream's cryptography
page, and that strange feeling that someone might actually be
conspiring to help you!"

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.next.com.au/spyfood/geekgirl/
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Rosie X <[email protected]px.com.au>
Lisa Pears <[email protected]>
Phone: 61 2 550677
Postal: PO Box 759, Newtown NSW 2042, Australia

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Generation X

"Generation X is an EZine written by the X Generation. Articles are
non-specific, and artistic creativity is preserved. The purpose of
Generation X is to reteach the general community about the truth of
the X Generation. At this point in our publication we need
advertisers if at all possible, and most importantly writers and
subscribers. We offer only the electronic version at this time, but
if we receive enough enquirees we may change this statement."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: monthly

Access:
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Kevin Swarts <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 707 443 6214
Postal: P.O.B. 6943, Eureka, CA 95502, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Georgia Skeptic

"The official publication of the Georgia Skeptics, a local group
which advocates the critical, scientific examination of
extraordinary claims. The _Georgia Skeptic_ newsletter reports on
local (and national) "paranormal" events and publishes the results
of investigations into same. The electronic edition contains the
full text of the printed version."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
FTP: ftp.netcom.com: /pub/an/anson/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe georgia-skeptic-newsletter

Contact:
Editor(s): Rebecca Long (Editor) <[email protected]>
Anson Kennedy (Electronic Distribution)
<[email protected]>

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Gerbil

"A Queer Culture Zine for your convenience. Published quarterly with
regular WWW updates. For Queer Men and Women, gerbil looks at
different aspect of queer culture, and isues affecting us. Contains:
prose, poetry, op-ed, fiction/non, art, interviews and accomplished
writers."

Format: HTML
paper (available at bookstores across the US, and
via subscription)
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.multicom.org/gerbil/gerbil.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): Brad Pease <[email protected]>

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Global Passage netSTOP

"the backpackers travel hangout, stacked with multimedia interaction,
a colorful resource for travellers before, during and after they
travel. Arrive at the netSTOP and wander around for hours if you
like, you'll feel right at home and you can become part of the club,
win prizes and make the site grow with your own experiences."

Format: HTML
Frequency: changes every week

Access:
WWW: http://www.globalpassage.com/netstop.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Keren Flavell <[email protected].com>
Phone: 61 3 93 267 267
Fax: 61 3 93 284 421
Postal: Global Passage, GPO Box 1082J, Melbourne, 3001,
Australia
Submissions: [email protected].com

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Globetrotter

"An HTML-based magazine which covers all aspects of technology and
the "techno-culture.""

Format: HTML
Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.dungeon.com/~globe
FTP: ftp.dungeon.com: /pub/globe
ftp.demon.co.uk: /pub/doc/globetrotter
FidoNet: 2:2501/304
BBS: USS MegaByte (+44 1449 675967)
Other: WWIVNet: USS MegaByte - NCC 2907

Contact:
Editor(s): Mike Barnes <[email protected].dungeon.com>

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Godhead Is Dead: A Poetry Magazine

"a monthly ezine featuring work by mike mcneilley, virgil hervey,
nelson, michelle vessel, janet bernichon and more."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.atlantic.net/~godhead/
Subscriptions: may submit online via mail toggles within homepage.
no anal guidelines to speak of - looking for
intense work. no limit on word count. hardcopy
print pays in copies.

Contact:
Editor(s): C. Earl Nelson <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 904.378.8738
Postal: 3816 Northwest 14 Place, Gainesville, FL 32605 USA

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GolfWeb: Everything Golf on the World Wide Web!

"Live tournament coverage for major tournaments."

Format: HTML
Frequency: updated daily, and hourly during major tournaments

Access:
WWW: http://www.golfweb.com/

Contact:
Editor(s): Ed Pattermann <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 408 867 8875
Fax: +1 408 867 8295

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GPZ (GAMES Player's Zine)

"GPZ is for subscribers of GAMES Magazine (tm). GPZ discusses the
puzzles, games, and contests found in GAMES Magazine. (Solutions to
contests are not given out until after the contest's deadline.) GPZ
is free. Computer programs written in the C programming language are
available for solving the contests. Back issues available."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: Every two months as soon as possible after the
contest's deadline.

Access:
Subscriptions: [email protected] or
[email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Douglas Zander <[email protected]>

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green Cart

"We are a multimedia art magazine available in both hard copy and up
on the web. Providing a common platform for all arts, you'll find
our pages packed full of interactive art, stories, poetry, comics,
reviews, digital sound and animation clips sure to entertain your
brain! The green Cart has added our 'Great Wall of Art' and the
greenCart Forum, a place where you can express your concerns and
comments. Our viewers can even browse on-line in our greencART MALL,
filled with a variety of artist's sites, shops and services. Buy art
& CD's; commission internet and graphic design services; this and
much more is all made possible in our international mall. this and
much more is all made possible in our international mall."

Format: digital - HTML pages, FTP downloadable articles
print - full color 11" X 8.5", 24 pages
Frequency: digital - weekly
print - bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.greencART.com/
FTP: ftp.wimsey.com: /pub/ftpsites/greenCart/cart-download
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Leah Ferguson <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 604 730 9643
Fax: +1 604 730 9658
Postal: The green Cart magazine, 109 - 2182 West 12th
Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6K
2N4
Submissions: [email protected]

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Grilled Pterodactyl

"Grilled Pterodactyl is a personal electronic fanzine containing many
amusing anecdotal stories written by the editor based on his
experiences with computers; with classical music; and with life in
general. The editor (David Grigg), a long-time publisher of science
fiction fanzines, lives in Australia."

Format: HTML
Frequency: new articles every month

Access:
WWW: http://www.ozemail.com.au/~drgrigg/ptero.html

Contact:
Editor(s): David R. Grigg <[email protected]>

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GRIST On-Line

"A journal of poetry and experimental fiction."

Format: ASCII text
HTML
Frequency: irregular

Access:
WWW: http://www.phantom.com/~grist
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Poetry/Grist
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Poetry/Grist/
BBS: GRIST (+1 212 787 6562)
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): John Fowler <[email protected]>
Postal: GRIST ON-LINE, John Fowler, editor, Columbus Circle
Sta., P.O. Box 20805, New York, NY 10023-1496,
USA

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Guida

"Guida is free electronic magazine written in CROATIAN language.
Themes we cover are: Internet scene, BBS scene, Amiga scene,
computer news, programming, hardware, software, informatic
language(s) etc. Some texts aren't computer-related, but we think
they're interesting to readers."

Format: AmigaGuide
ASCII
HTML
Frequency: 1st monday every month

Access:
WWW: http://rasip1.rasip.etf.hr/~chonky/guida.html
FTP: aris.ffk.hr: /pub/guida/ ftp://fly.cc.etf.hr/pub/guida/
FidoNet: SENTINEL 2:381/120
Email: [email protected].hr
Subscriptions: [email protected].hr

Contact:
Editor(s): Dalibor S. Kezele <[email protected].hr>
Phone: +385 42 651 567 (ask for Sentinel)
Postal: Dalibor Kezele, Toplicka 127, 42204 Turcin, Croatia

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Guillotine

"Guillotine is a netzine publication that reflects the lifestyles,
music and politics, both commercial and underground, of hiphop."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.cipsinc.com/

Contact:
Editor(s): Sha-key <[email protected].com>

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h0gZ oF eNtR0Py

"A 'zine that covers it all. Sure to change your life. Computer
Culture, Life, and thoughts that make no sense run rampant. Rebel
against everything and nothing at the same time like us! Whee-hee!"

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/HoE
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/HoE
ftp.fc.net: /pub/deadkat/misc/HOE
BBS: Goat Blowers Anonymous (+1 215-750-0392)

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected] or [email protected]

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H3O: Hawaiian Heavy Water Magazine

"Hawaii's premier surfing sports magazine -- with updates on
Professional Surfing around the world, local competitions, weather,
music, photography, and surf culture."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://H3O.COM/

Contact:
Editor(s): Kenneth Romero <[email protected]>

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Haligonia

"Publishing the best in speculative fiction from authors on the
internet and outside. An entertaining collection of "what if"
stories delivered continuously for your dining and dancing pleasure.
Whether you prefer Poe or King, Wells or Asimov, Tolkien or Eddings,
our stories will make you shiver, laugh and say, "Hmmm....." The
best short fiction anywhere!"

Format: ASCII
HTML
(Plans for OS/2 View (.inf files) )
Frequency: monthly
Note: Send in your best work or drop us a note requesting
info on rates. Preference is given to stories
with strong character development and interesting
plots. It's not brain surgery, it's only
entertainment, so if your stories aren't exactly
mind expanding, send them anyway!

Access:
WWW: http://www.isisnet.com/haligonian/haligonia/contents.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Trevor Smith ([email protected])
Phone: +1 902 461 2266
Postal: _Haligonia_, 7B Pleasant St., Dartmouth, NS, B2Y
3P1, Canada
Submissions: [email protected]

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HalluciNet: sokalmodernprimitivefiktionfliksmusik

"HalluciNet is an entertainment magazine with record labels, fiction,
digital soap opera, reviews, films previews/klips, poetry, klubs,
kalendar and more."

Format: HTML
Frequency: major versions monthly, but it is always being
updated, and on the home page has random
generated graphics to jump to various highlighted
areas.

Access:

Contact:
Editor(s): Brian Hull (Fuligin) and Bill Reynolds (rokketboy)
<[email protected]>

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HardC.O.R.E.

"The electronic magazine of hip-hop music and culture, brought to you
as a service of the Committee of Rap Excellence."

Format: ASCII text
HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.public.iastate.edu/~krs_one/homepage.html
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/HardCORE
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/HardCORE/
Usenet: rec.music.hip-hop
rec.music.info
alt.zines

Contact:
Editor(s): Steve "Flash" Juon (Founder, Publisher, Senior
Editor) <[email protected].edu>
David J. Warner (Co-Editor, Copy Chief, Director of
Network) Distribution <[email protected]>
Russell A. Potter (Managing Editor)
<[email protected]>
Submissions: [email protected].edu
[email protected]

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The Harold Herald

"The Harold Herald is an on-line version of a satirical journal of
the same name that has been published in Portland ME since 1993.
Initially launched to chronical the life of its editor, it has
expanded with the help of additional contributors to cover such
diverse topics as travel, politics, popular culture, and the
irreversible damage done to our society by the unchecked
proliferation of bell-bottomed trousers. Our readers are encouraged
to submit material, which we will publish if we feel like it.""

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: somewhere between quarterly and monthly

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Harold.Herald
ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Harold.Herald
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Hal Phillips (actual)
Dave Rose <[email protected]> (virtual)

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The Hawk

"An arts and literary Ezine for the World Wide Web."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.cruzio.com/~hawk/

Contact:
Editor(s): JJWebb <[email protected]>

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HeadCheck

Format: Microsoft Help document (can be viewed under
Windows 3.1, Windows NT, and OS/2)

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/HeadCheck
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/HeadCheck/

Contact:
Editor(s): Brian Jepson <[email protected]>

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Health & Longevity

"It is a free monthly newsletter available in English and, starting
with the January 1995 issue, Spanish. It is written by a
naturopath."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.sims.net/organizations/naturopath/naturopath.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Postal: 8627 Milton Morris Dr., Charlotte, NC 28227, USA

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Heckler Magazine

"Heckler is a snow/sk8/music zine published out of Northern
California. Besides the usual photos and interviews we've got a
fatter music section than most boarding rags and some wordy yet
insightfull (we think) essays on the boarding and music scene. Our
WWW site has most of what's in the mag, minus some of the photos &
graphics, but with the addition of audio and video clips. Some
recent articles/interviews: Noah Salasnek, Nofx, Shawn Farmer, John
Cardiel, Beck, Tony Hawk, The Yo Yo Festival and tons more..."

Access:
WWW: http://heckler.com/heckler/
Usenet: rec.skiing.snowboard
alt.skate-board
alt.zines

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Phone: +1 (916) 443-0373
Fax: +1 (916) 444-8972
Postal: PO Box 507, Sacramento, CA 95812, USA

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Helter Skelter

"The digital incarnation of my DC area punkzine with a focus on
politics (usually anarcho/Libertarian) and comment on the dc punk
scene. Recently there's been an increased focus on literary things,
also."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: approximately monthly

Access:
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/HelterSkelter/
BBS: Omniverse BBS (+1 301 718 0225)

Contact:
Editor(s): Derek Teslik <[email protected]>
Postal: Derek Teslik, 3519 Woodbine St., Chevy Chase, MD
20815, USA

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Highway 99

"Interviews, Pranks, Rock, Roll, Art, infotainment."

Format: HTML
updated constantly

Access:
WWW: http://highway99.com/~hwy99/
BBS: Acute BBS (360-961-8445)

Contact:
Editor(s): Shane Gildnes <[email protected]>

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Hinduism Today

"A Hindu family newspaper affirming the dharma and recording the
modern history of nearly a billion members of a global religion in
renaissance is the bold motto of this colorful, graphically rich
monthly newspaper. Hinduism Today is an award winning,
computer-produced information resource reaching over 250,000 readers
in 120 countries through six English editions -- North America,
UK/Europe, India, Malaysia/ASEAN, Africa and Mauritius -- plus a
Hindi edition and a Dutch Language Digest. Every issue includes a
four color educational poster, personal commentary, editorials, art,
metaphysical wisdom and news on a wide spectrum of events, people,
issues and lifestyles. Reading Hinduism Today is the best way to
keep in touch with Hinduism's worldwide impact."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly
ISSN: 0896-0801

Access:
WWW: http://hookomo.aloha.net/~htoday/htoday.html
Compuserve: religion forum section 4, Hinduism ("Go Religion"
to access)

Contact:
Editor(s): Rev. Palaniswami (Editor) and Rev. Arumugaswami
(Managing Editor) <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 808 822 7032
Fax: +1 808 822 4351
Postal: Kauai's Hindu Monastery, 107 Kaholalele Road,
Kapaa, HI 96746, USA

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Hi-Rez: Electronic Journal for CyberBeatniks

"we BURN in sticky floored 2 in the morning all night coffee houses
ripe with APOCALYPTIC VISIONS and we rave at dawn in crumbling
1700's farmhouses. we sizzle along the asphalt veins lacing the skin
of the nation together in white high-finned cadillacs driven by
madmen. we modulate the very aether itself with ecstatic rf
emanations from beat loft radio studios. We are the
cyber-beatniks...the DANGEROUS NEW ARTISTS..... the TECHNICIANS OF
ECSTASY and we are all ENMESHED IN THE NET stuck together by the
sweet and sticky text characters that form the dimensional glue of
this here cyberspace......... we do not FIT the stereotypes and
posings of pop subcultures: we are the cyber-beatniks and we are
ALONE in our art theater magic alchemy yet we are TOGETHER here. A
loose fuzzy grouping of mad artists and eccentrics who choose to
SURF THE GREAT THUNDERING ROLLING TUBES OF AWESOME TECHNOLOGY rather
than be consumed by the "post-apocalyptic angst" of it . A group of
vision-seeking edge dwellers who are equally capable of activating
deep woods ancient genetic codices with shaman rattle and drum!! we
are the cyber-beatniks...CYBER-BEATS! and _HI-REZ_ is a journal for
us of ideas, lives.....VISIONS"

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/HI-REZ
gopher.well.sf.ca.us: Publications
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/HI-REZ/
The WELL: ???
BBS: Terrapin Station (+1 203 656 0134)

Contact:
Editor(s): Will Longman <[email protected]>

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Hitched!: The journal of pop culture absurdity

"As the self-proclaimed 'Journal of Pop Culture Absurdity,' HITCH
aims at many targets in each and every bi-monthly issue, with equal
parts satire and sarcasm. Recent issues have examined Robert
Goulet's prostate, delved into David Hasselhoff's Baywatch diary,
produced Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders' at-home masturbation board
game, probed the scary mind of Crispin Glover, investigated the
whole Mentos phenomenon, and a whole helluva lot more."

Format: HTML document -- teaser for printed version
printed via professional offset printing on full 8
1/2 x 11 pages (approximately 40 each issue)
Frequency: hardcopy -- published bimonthly
Web verson updated continuously (every few weeks or
so, as stories become available)

Access:

Contact:
Editor(s): Taylor and Tiffany Wilken <[email protected]>

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Holy Temple of Mass Consumption

"Articles, opinions, reviews, and artwork of a loosely-defined
collection of cranks, weirdos, freaks, net.personalities,
curmudgeons, and anyone else who turns us on at the time. Commentary
on nearly everything, with particular attention to societal decay in
general and mass-media conspiracy programming in particular. Or
anything else we decide to write about, with strong ties to the
finest SubGenius traditions."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us: Publications
gopher.etext.org: Zines/HToMC
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/h/htomc
FTP: quartz.rutgers.edu: /pub/journals/HToMC/
ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/HToMC/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/h/htomc/
Usenet: alt.slack
alt.discordia
BBS: StarFleet (+1 919 954 5028)

Contact:
Editor(s): Wayne Aiken <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 919 954 5956
Postal: HToMC, PO Box 30904, Raleigh, NC 27622-0904, USA
(hardcopy version available -- free with SASE,
otherwise $1, trade, or "neat stuff")

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Holyboy Road

"Holyboy Road is a glorious and, yes, sometimes spontaneous
prose/pic/poetry magazine devoted to the things we are scared to
show to the others. They might think it the bad. Holyboy Road is a
scared little boy who wants ice cream but is afraid to ask the lady
behind the counter. It comes out as often as I can and it's free
dammit! I may ask for postage money if I get a lot of requests for
the print version, but it's free fer now honeychild so take
advantage. and ya know I like the submissions so if you gots some of
that, o boy, make me happy and submit sumthin'. Rock on, girl."

Format: ASCII text
HTML
Docmaker (Mac)
print
Frequency: every 2-3 months

Access:
WWW: http://www.primenet.com/~tronson/
FTP: ftp.primenet.com: /users/t/tronson
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Eric Trondson-Clinger <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 612-644-4603
Fax: +1 612-731-4962
Postal: Holyboy Road, c/o Eric Trondson-Clinger, 1635
Sherburne Avenue #14, St. Paul, MN 55104, USA
Submissions: [email protected] or snailmail (address below)

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HOMEChef Electronic Magazine

"HOMEChef is geared to help people who don't have a lot of time or
cooking experience, but want to try cooking at home. Subscribers
will get recipes, cooking tips and entertainment hints via Email
each week in directions that anyone can follow. Also included is a
'Shopping List' to simplify grocery shopping. HOMEChef is created by
chef Tim Cushman, former Corporate Executive Chef at the "Lettuce
Entertain You" chain in Chicago."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.homechef.com/

Contact:
Editor(s): Jeff Hartweg <[email protected]>

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Homeless

"A review of homeless newspapers in the world. Notes about resources
in the Internet. Include a lot of information about new kind of
information media on the net."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.citinv.it/associazioni/saman/homeless.htm
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Saman Association <[email protected]>
Phone: 039-923-861392
Fax: 039-923-861164
Postal: via Baglio Quartana 40, 91010 - Lenzi TP, Italy

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HUPHTUR

"Devoted to skateboarding and skateboarding. Loaded with pictures and
interviews and contestreports and links."

Format: HTML 3.0

Access:
WWW: http://www.xs4all.nl/~huphtur/
http://www.primenet.com/~huphtur/

Contact:
Editor(s): Schmappleman <[email protected]>

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HYDROLETTER

"A free, weekly compendium of news & gossip concerning the world of
unlimited hydroplane racing, issued by the Unlimited Racing
Commission, Seattle, Washington."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: weekly

Access:
AOL: Grandstand
Compuserve: Motorsports Forum
Usenet: rec.boats.racing
rec.sport.misc
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): J Michael Kenyon <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (206) 870-8888
Postal: 19530 Pacific Highway South, Suite 200, Seattle WA
98188, USA

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HYPE Electrazine

"((SOUNDZ)) ((TOONS)) ((UTILS)) (( ?))"

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.phantom.com/~giant/hype.html

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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hyperFuzzy

"e-zine surveying the sub-cultural kaleidoscope--drenched in color.
Reflecting ideas in music, philosophy, multi-media, and art. With
personal interaction, a hyperFuzzy bazaar, and warm smiles."

Format: HTML
Frequency: always

Access:
WWW: http://www.hyperfuzzy.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Rick Woods (editor/director) <[email protected]>
[email protected] (content info)
Phone: +1 206 528 2981 or +1 206 522 1171
Fax: +1 206 528 2981
Postal: P.O. Box 95169, Seattle, WA 98145, USA

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hypersubtext

"hypersubtext, an ezine, delves into the dark sides of the internet
and humanity, featuring the best of dark, seedy, intriguing,
apocalyptic cyberpuncture, thrillers, science fiction stories, poems
and art. Think NIN, Rage Against the Machine, Blade Runner, Mad
Max/Roadrunner and the like."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.globalgraphics.com/Zines/hst/hypersubtext.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Submissions: [email protected]

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HyperZine

"The only true online consumer publication which cannot exist in
print. The content is developed by some of the world's leading
authors and technology writers. Articles, tips and reviews.
HyperZine presents database search and links to the manufacturers
information, to help the user to make informed decisions."

Format: HTML
Frequency: daily

Access:
WWW: http://www.hyperzine.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Lance Braithwaite <[email protected].com>
Phone: +1 914 425 4490
Postal: HyperZine Communications, Inc., 421-13 Route 59,
Monsey, NY 10952, USA

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Hypes & Hysteria

"News and Information about all the stupid, crazy and hypy stuff
around the so called "Information Age.""

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.xculture.de/xhaus/hypes/index.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Michael Esser <[email protected].de>

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i can't tell you anything

"WWW Home Page of poet Deborah Sellers. Includes audio selection."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.iquest.net/cw/debi/poem.html

Contact:
Editor(s): deborah sellers <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 317 769 5049

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Ibn Qirtaiba

"The magazine of the SF SIG (special interest group) of Australian
Mensa. It deals with science fiction, speculative fiction and
science fantasy. It was originally published in hard copy as a
quarterly 10 page A4 fanzine for 9 issues from June 1993 to June
1995. It is now on the Web. New issues will be coming, but it is no
longer quarterly but irregular."

Access:
WWW: http://odyssey.apana.org.au/~terminus/

Contact:
Editor(s): Jeremy Malcolm <[email protected]>
Postal: 2 Jenkins Place, Wembley Downs, Western Australia
6019 (hard copy back issues are available for 3
IRCs, or 2 IRCs per issue for more than one)

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Ideals, Dreams and Hard Facts

"An on-line DISNEY newsletter, offering readers a chance to sound off
on all things DISNEY, including the theme parks, motion picture and
television studios, software, and more. All articles written by
readers, and submissions are more than welcome!"

Format: ASCII
Frequency: bi-monthly, hoping to go monthly by summer

Access:
Usenet: rec.arts.disney
alt.disney.disneyland
Subscriptions: To: [email protected].com
Text: SUBSCRIPTION REQUEST

Contact:
Editor(s): Chris Harrower <[email protected].com>
Phone: +1 717 560 0605 (work #)
Fax: +1 717 560 0680
Postal: PO Box 233, Ronks, PA 17572, USA

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Imagination E-Journal

"Imagination E-Journal is a new non-profit e-journal on the
marvellous world of Internet which is proposed by a group of
students at Bogazici University (Turkey) and aimed to be managed by
an international staff. Everybody who wants to explore his/her
imagination is invited!!"

Format: ASCII Text for Gopher version
HTML for WWW version
Frequency: monthly

Access:
Gopher: gopher.boun.edu.tr: ActivityClubs/Imagine_Project
Subscriptions: To: [email protected] Text: subscribe
imagination Name_Surname

Contact:
Editor(s): Ersin Beyret <[email protected]>

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Improvijazzation Nation

"Fave D.I.Y./indie 'zine, used for contact by artists the world
over."

Format: ASCII text (samples)
paper
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://128.218.7.140/zzaj.html
http://www.math.duke.edu/~priley
http://www.ccnet.com/~dmic27/improv.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Dick Metcalf aka Rotcod Zzaj <[email protected]>
Postal: Dick Metcalf, 5308 65th Ave SE, Lacey, WA 98513,
USA

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In, Around and Online

"Summarizes the weekly events in online services industry. It is
geared towards the big consumer services like CompuServe, America
Online, Prodigy, etc. There are also tidbits on new services that
can be found on the net."

Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.clark.net/pub/robert/home.html
FTP: ftp.clark.net: /pub/robert/
Usenet: alt.online-service
alt.internet.services
alt.business
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: SUBSCRIBE ONLINE-L <YOUR FULL NAME>

Contact:
Editor(s): Robert Seidman <[email protected]>

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In Hell's Belly

"A strange and eclectic alternative lifestyle mag that deals in life,
love, death, body mod, music, dentistry, bowling, penile implants,
etc. Features reg columns from the Cemetery Gardener, Goth
Detective, Sassy Satantha. Anything that catches our Editrix's
fancy. Spec. Use of vintage medical imagery and bugs makes layout
unique. Seeks Submissions - fiction, editorial, poetry, rants."

Format: HTML
Frequency: on-line: 2 months
print: 6 weeks

Access:
WWW: http://www.greencart.com/zinerak/inhellsbelly/

Contact:
Editor(s): Helen S. Siwak (Miss Hell)
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 604-669-3765
Fax: +1 604-874-7516
Postal: Box 4, 199 West Hastings, Vancouver, BC Canada V6B
1H4

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In Orbit Around the Web

"An apolitical/political site dedicated to cynical optimism and
rescuing global civilization from the clutches of the dorky American
Conservoliberal regime. Heavily influenced by Bucky Fuller and
Robert Anton Wilson. "A political zine for those who quit being
anarchists because there were too many rules.""

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.tcp.com/~prime8/Orbit

Contact:
Editor(s): Patrick Farley <[email protected]>

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In Vivo

"General literary magazine. No genre requirements. We are a zine of
quality literary works. We publish fiction, poetry, and artistic
graphic work and are willing to look at just about anything."

Format: ASCII
HTML
RTF
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://freenet3.scri.fsu.edu:81/users/jtillman/titlepage.html
Other: Tallahassee Freenet

Contact:
Editor(s): James Tillman <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 904 671 4924
Postal: 2731 Blair Stone Rd., Apt. 178, Tallahassee, FL
32301, USA

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Index of Pure Art

"Graphic art Dada-zine. There are examples of most of the Pure Art
covers from the last 20 years at the Web site."

Format: Dead Tree
HTML
Frequency: 1-2/year

Access:
WWW: http://www.gwha.com/~adams/PureArt/

Contact:
Editor(s): John Adams <[email protected]>
Postal: John Adams, 4225 Aurora, Boulder CO 80303 USA

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INDIE: The Independent Filmmaker's ELECTRONIC Newsletter

"A newsletter that focuses on Independent Film, Filmmakers, and
Filmmaking. Features are of interest to working Independent
filmmakers, journalists, and students of Independent Cinema. Each
issue contains Abstracts of Magazine Articles in National and Local
Periodicals; An Interview with an Independent Filmmaker; Box Officwe
Reports of Low Budget Independent Features; and articles on
Filmmaking. Average length is 25 pages. INDIE is published by the
Independent Filmmaker's Forum, an Online Information Service."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: monthly
Note: Newsletter is either Emailed to subscribers each
month for $20.00 a year or it can be downloaded
from The Independent Filmmaker's Forum (Modem
310-425-0012) for $15.00 a year. Download time is
under two minutes.

Access:
BBS: +1 310 425 0012
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Robert Dardon <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 213 789 8937
Postal: Indie, PO Box 3177, Palos Verdes, CA 90274, USA

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The Indie-List Digest

"A weekly digest of writing related to the world of independent music
(i.e. stuff generally not found on major labels or
commercial-alternative radio). Record reviews, live-show reviews,
occasional commentary, entirely reader driven. Be polite and patient
with us; there are no LISTSERVS or major-domos involved in the
creation or distribution of this list."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: weekly (usually...)

Access:
WWW: http://www.tezcat.com/~esinclai/il/
FTP: ftp.uwp.edu: /music/lists/indie/
www.wit.com: /music/lists/indie/
Subscriptions: [email protected] (in plain english)

Contact:
Editor(s): Eric Sinclair <[email protected]>
Anne Zender <[email protected]>
Chris Karlof (Archivist) <[email protected]>
Sean Murphy (Mailing Manager)
<[email protected]>

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indy magazine

"Dedicated to the coverage of independent comics. News, tons of
reviews, interviews, convention reports, and articles gives complete
coverage of the world of alternative comix."

Format: print
HTML
Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://grove.ufl.edu/~jrm/indy.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Jeff Mason <[email protected].ufl.edu>
Phone: +1 (904) 373-6336
Postal: 611 NW 34th Drive, Gainesville, FL 32607-2429 USA

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Influx Digital Journal

"Influx Digital Culture is a high quality periodical on the WWW with
photos and quicktime movies (in mpeg and quicktime format) of
professional skateboarders and other interesting stuff."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.enternet.com
FTP: enternet.com
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Josh Rabinowitz <[email protected]>
Douglas Lee <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 408 425 0652
Submissions: [email protected]

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infoZine (tm): Kansas City's Premier Digital Monthly Magazine

"infoZine will always try to bring you articles and cartoons that
will enhance your life, a life that is varied and complex. You don't
live in a shell or a cave where only one topic, one subject, will
satisfy you. Your life is full with the inter-connectivity of the
world. Hence, we bring you infoZine, a magazine for the generalist
among us. May it spark you and your family on to other
investigations. Articles, features, columnists, cartoons, b&w +
color photos and graphics. Zcool!"

Format: NeoBook (VGA - 16 colors or better) -
"ZINE****.EXE"
ReadRoom (text version) - "ZI****RR.EXE"
Doc Maker (Mac edition) - "ZINE****.SEA",
"ZINE****.HQX"
HTML available at Web site
Frequency: by the fifth, monthly
ISSN: 1082-7315

Access:
WWW: http://www.fileshop.com/infozine/main.html
FTP: infozine.fileshop.com: /pub/infozine/
AOL: File search: infozine, Kansas City, KCinfoZine
FidoNet: 1:280/9
BBS: The File Shop (+1 913 262 7000)
One CrossRoads Place (+1 913 663 1100)
Sound Advice (+1 816 436 1492)
PCHelp (+1 816 331 4703)
South of the River (+1 913 642 7907)
JCCC (+1 913 469 4401)
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: SUBSCRIBE

Contact:
Editor(s): Richard Greene <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 816 523 2661
Fax: +1 816 523 2661
Postal: P.O. Box 22661, Kansas City, MO 64113-2661, USA

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ingest

"ingest is a paper zine with an on-line location, dedicated to
bringing you humor that is hard to swallow, but tasty. Satire,
parody, and sarcasm dominate this zine, which offers and seeks
original one-liners, risky cartoons (but not your basic porno
magazine jokes), articles, stories and poems."

Format: HTML
Frequency: Monthly on-line, Quarterly on paper
Note: Currently seeking submissions

Access:
WWW: http://www.globalgraphics.com/Zines/ingest/ingest.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Postal: Global Graphics, P.O. Box 822, Mountain View, CA
94042-0822, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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InnovatioNS

"InnovatioNS, Nova Scotia's magazine for and about the province's
technology industries, is now available online. If you'd like to
read the latest news on Nova Scotia's technology community, find out
about upcoming events or join in our ongoing discussion groups, we
invite you to visit our World Wide Web site. Our InnovatioNS
database is also fully searchable, so you can check out what's been
written about companies, individuals and issues."

Format: HTML
ASCII text

Access:
WWW: http://www.innovations.org/cover
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: subscribe

Contact:
Editor(s): Stephen Kimber <[email protected]>

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Inquisitor Magazine

"The Inquisitor is an eclectic mix of culture, art and technology.
The premiere issue focuses on: apocalypse culture, low-tech
microcontroller projects, copyright, global telecommunications,
Godzilla, a diary of New York City living, religious tracts and
more. Future issues will look at: Marketing and pop culture,
recursive television, women and language online, low-tech
do-it-yourself media, microcontroller projects, sampling in modern
music, modern music reviews and much more. GUARANTEED 100%
CYBER-HYPE FREE!"

Frequency: quarterly
ISSN: 1076-5492

Access:
WWW: http://mosaic.echonyc.com/~xixax/Mediarama/
Gopher: echonyc.com: Pub/INQ
Other: ECHO: Media and Zines conferences (telnet:
echonyc.com)

Contact:
Editor(s): Dany Drennan <[email protected]>
Laurel Sutton <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 212 595 8370
Fax: +1 212 595 8370
Postal: PO Box 132, NYNY 10024, USA

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Intelligent Gamer

"Intelligent Gamer is the first national videogame magazine found
ONLY online. We cover all home systems including Nintendo, Sega,
Atari, 3DO and other platforms, arcades, and PC/Mac and other
computer games."

Format: ASCII text with sound and graphics ("Prodigy HTML")
Frequency: new issues released on the 1st and 15th of each
month
news updates as events warrant

Access:
Prodigy: JUMP: TimesLink then select "Under 21" then
"Intelligent Gamer"

Contact:
Editor(s): Anthony Shubert (Publisher) <[email protected]>
Jer Horwitz (Senior Editor) <[email protected]>
Tanya Kutasz (Art Director)
<[email protected]>
Postal: Innovative Creations, 1077 West 30th Street, Los
Angeles, CA 90007, USA

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The Interactive Yellow Pages

"An electronic directory of important people around the world with
special offers for users."

Format: Windows Help file
HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.netcenter.com/
FTP: garnet.msen.com: /pub/vendor/lighthouse/
AOL: Windows Library, Reference section
Compuserve: WINSHARE FORUM, Lib 10, Yellowsx.zip (x denotes
latest version number)
BBS: EXEC-PC
Channel1

Contact:
Editor(s): Mike Mathiesen, Lighthouse Productions
<[email protected]>

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InterBang

"Dedicated to perfection in the art of writing."

Format: HTML
Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.azc.com/client/bertye/

Contact:
Editor(s): Heather Hoffman <[email protected]>

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inter\face

"An electronic literary magazine dedicated to exploring the
relationship between poetry and electronic media. inter\face looks
forward at the future of poetry through the acceptance, knowledge,
and utilization of the ideas of past and present. inter\face is
about language and writing, not computers."

Format: HTML
ASCII
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.albany.edu/~interfac
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Interface
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/archive/alphabetic/i/interface
wings.buffalo.edu: internet/library/e-journals/ub/rift/journals/list/interface
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Interface/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/archive/alphabetic/i/interface/
AOL: Select keyword: PDA; Select: Palmtop Paperbacks;
Select: Electronic Articles and Newsletters
Subscriptions: [email protected] (real person, not
automated)

Contact:
Editor(s): Benjamin Henry <[email protected]>
Submissions: [email protected]

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InterFace Magazine

"The magazine featuring 'creative' use of computers & technology.
Intelligent reading material. Famous writers, Great Graphics,
Stories for downloading, Columns, Articles, Interviews, and a bunch
more cool stuff."

Format: HTML
Frequency: bimonthly
Note: We publish hard copy too, 5000 per issue. Into our
second year. Writer's guidelines and digital
requirements online. Always open to submissions
from writers and artists.

Access:
WWW: http://vvv.com/interface/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Robert McCourty <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 604 595 3992
Postal: 3341 Keats Street, Victoria, BC, CANADA, V8P 4B2

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INTERMIX SF/Fantasy Online

"INTERMIX features original works by both new and established writers
of genre fiction (short stories and poetry) and also non-fiction
(essays, commentary, reviews, and interviews). INTERMIX also hosts a
live online forum on the IRC. Forum participants dialog directly
with the e-zine's authors, editors, and their fellow readers. We
give special editorial attention to the new writer, frequently
giving feedback even on submissions we decline to publish."

Format: ASCII text delivered by e-mail subscription
HTML
Frequency: monthly (Webzine will have new material posted on
an ongoing basis)
ISSN: 1084-4058

Access:
WWW: http://virtumall.com/intermix/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Michael Hicks (Editor) <[email protected]>
Gayle Hurd Assistant Editor <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 203 874 0312
Fax: +1 708 871 0043
Postal: INTERMIX LTD, 1662-D Williamsburg Court, Wheaton,
IL 60187, USA

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International TeleTimes

"International Teletimes is a general interest magazine. Each issue
contains a new feature. These themes tend to be quite broad and are
of international interest. There are several regular columns such as
The Keepers of Light (photography), The Wine Enthusiast, The Latin
Quarter (articles from and concerning Central America) and Deja Vu
(articles pertaining to past themes). Teletimes has contributors
from all around the world but is constantly looking for additional
staff members. If you are interested, please e-mail the editor."

Format: ASCII text
HTML
Frequency: 6 issues/year

Access:
WWW: http://www.teletimes.com/
http://www.acns.nwu.edu/ezines/teletimes/
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Intl_Teletimes
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /Zines/Intl_Teletimes/
sumex-aim.stanford.edu: /info-mac/per/tele/
BBS: OneNet (network of FirstClass BBSes)

Contact:
Editor(s): Ian Wojtowicz <[email protected]>
Postal: International TeleTimes, 3938 West 30th Ave.,
Vancouver, BC, V6S 1X3, Canada

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International Times

"International Times is a weekly magazine about style, politics and
the Internet. Stories include the new look at Dr Marten's London
store and Fidel Castro's secret escape plan from Cuba. Plus there
are always some useful tips from the Internet, where to go and
what's new."

Format: HTML
Frequency: updated weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.i-times.co.uk/it/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Reid Wright <[email protected]>
Phone: +44-171-497-8179
Fax: +44-171-497-8184
Postal: 3 Earlham St., London WC2H 9LL UK
Submissions: [email protected]

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The Internet Business Journal

"The Internet Business Journal is dedicated to documenting innovative
uses of the Internet by entrepreneurs in all commercial sectors.
Stay informed of commercial services and products on the Internet,
small and large business use of the Internet, and resources for the
virtual business community."

Format: ASCII text
paper
Frequency: 12 issues/year

Access:
WWW: http://www.phoenix.ca/sie
Gopher: gopher.fonorola.net: Internet Business Journal
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/i/internet-business-journal
FTP: ftp.cic.net: /e-serials/alphabetic/i/internet-business-journal/
ftp.fonorola.net: /Internet Business Journal/

Contact:
Editor(s): Aneurin Bosley <[email protected].com>
Phone: +1 613 241 0982
Fax: +1 613 241 4433
Postal: Strangelove Internet Enterprises Inc., 45 Rideau
Street, Suite 502, Ottawa, Ontario CANADA K1N 5W8

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Internet Herald

"hip web zine by Generation X focusing on politics, music, poetry,
finance, etc."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://server.berkeley.edu/herald

Contact:
Editor(s): Auren Hoffman <[email protected]>
Postal: The Internet Herald, 2560 Bancroft Way, Suite 209,
Berkeley, CA 94704

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internet_tv

Frequency: almost daily

Access:
WWW: http://www.mindspring.com/~itv/

Contact:
Editor(s): James III ([email protected])

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InterText

"InterText is a fiction magazine printing stories in all genres from
mainstream to science fiction. It's read by thousands of subscribers
on six continents, and has been published since March 1991."

Format: ASCII text
PostScript
Adobe Acrobat PDF
Frequency: bi-monthly
ISSN: 1071-7676

Access:
WWW: http://www.etext.org/Zines/InterText/
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/InterText
FTP: network.ucsd.edu: /intertext/
ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/InterText/
AOL: Keyword: PDA (Palmtop Paperbacks -> EZines ->
Fiction)
eWorld: in ZiffNet Software Library (Keyword: ZIFFNET), in
Software Central/Electronic
Publications/Additional Publications
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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IntlTrade Digest

"Foreign Trade Leads via the Internet: The IntlTrade Network
publishes advertisements of exports and imports via the Internet.
Trade ads are relayed worldwide by e-mail to subscribers in the
weekly IntlTrade Digest. All previously posted advertisements are
also available on diskette."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://world.std.com/~usa/
Gopher: ftp.std.com: vendors/IntlTrade-Network
FTP: ftp.std.com: /vendors/IntlTrade-Network/
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: info intltrade

Contact:
Editor(s): James Reese <[email protected]>
Fax: +1 803-467-1414
Postal: PO Box 4546, Spartanburg, SC 29305-4546, USA

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INTRRR NRRRD

"Punk rawwwk, technology, and the DIY effort unite into one tasty and
scrumptious package with articles, audio samples, links to other
punk rawwkers on the WWW, as well as an opportunity to get a few
freebies if I have any in stock... Tools also available for live,
real-time Internet audio and video conferencing! Go ahead... You
know, deep in your heart -- YOU'RE a NRRRD!"

Format: HTML
Frequency: Whenever I Can Get Spare Time(tm)

Access:
WWW: http://www.etext.org/Zines/Intrrr.Nrrrd/intrrr.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Bri Cors <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 517 333 3560
Postal: 220 Charles #2, East Lansing, MI 48823, USA

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It'sNEW! Magazine

"A new, high quality, color magazine about inventions, trends and
innovative new products. Each issue contains over 100 new products
and ideas. An interactive on-line version, available via the World
Wide Web, includes selected articles from current and past issues,
and information on how to subscribe and how to submit articles for
publication. Reader inputs are always welcome."

Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.cts.com/~itsnew
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Ian McLean (Editor-in-Chief) <[email protected]>
John Riedy (On-line Editor) <[email protected]>
Phone: 800 333 9345 (USA)
800 786 7115 (Can)
+1 619 278 9080
Fax: +1 619 278 9081
Postal: Sunshine Publishing Company, Inc., 7060 Convoy
Court, San Diego, CA 92111
Submissions: [email protected]

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IWay News

"IWay News is a weekly German magazine that covers general computing
themes like Software, Hardware, Software Development and the
Internet."

Frequency: weekly
ISSN: 0948-7212

Access:
WWW: http://www.iway.de

Contact:
Editor(s): Ralf H?skes <[email protected]>

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Japan Infoweb

"Check out this high-end multimedia e-zine about Japanese culture.
From Zen to delicious delectables from Japan you can find it here.
Japanese art, food, travel, tea and more are included in this
informative periodical. A definitive source of Japanese cultural
information and entertainment."

Format: HTML
Frequency: Seasonal -- 4 times a year

Access:
WWW: http://electrazine.com/electrazine/japantour

Contact:
Editor(s): Gordon Nash <[email protected]>
Postal: 3811 80th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040, USA
Submissions: Steve Kemper <[email protected]>

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JASBITS

"JASBITS reports on all aspects of net.culture, in a generally
humorous context. Also included are tips on where to get "Cool
Things," such as software, images, and info files. Each issue is
"illustrated" throughout, using ASCII art created by featured
Netizens."

Format: ASCII text (email)
HTML (online)
Frequency: irregularly, every three months

Access:
WWW: http://www.jas.com/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: JASBITS SUBSCRIBE (to subscribe)
Subject: JASBITS SUBSCRIBE NOTIFY ONLY (for
notification when new HTML issues "go online")
Text: <your email address>

Contact:
Editor(s): James A. Squires <[email protected]>

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JazzView

"Devoted to Canadian jazz musicians. Each issue contains an interview
with an important Canadian jazz musician as well as pictures, record
reviews etc."

Format: HTML
Frequency: irregularly

Access:
WWW: http://www.io.org/~akw/

Contact:
Editor(s): Andre White <[email protected]>

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The Journal for Patriotic Justice in America (JPJA)

"Created to inform the public about entites of the federal government
subverting the spirit of the US Constitution. The Journal is staffed
by constitutionalist, libertarians and others; all patriots. The
Journal supports the entire Bill of Rights, non-racist militia which
operate within the law and property rights. There are two sections
to the Journal: The Database and our quarterly edition."

Frequency: Up to the hour info is available in the Database,
our periodical is published quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.eskimo.com/~hmcom/
FTP: ftp.eskimo.com: /u/h/hmcom/zjpja/

Contact:
Editor(s): Henry McDaniel <[email protected]>
Postal: HM3C Dept 4., P.O. Box 21605, Seattle, WA
98111-3605, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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The Journal of American Underground Computing

"The ultimate newsworthy underground publication covering topics such
as hacking, security, legal issues, and world-wide networking. We
also cover book reviews, cutting-edge technology, editorials,
advertising, and much, much more!"

Format: ASCII
Frequency: quarterly (January, April, July, October)
ISSN: 1074-3111

Access:
FTP: gopher.etext.org: Zines/JAUC
ftp.fc.net: /pub/tjoauc/
Email: [email protected] (general info)
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Scott Davis (Editor in Chief)
<[email protected].fc.net>
Max Mednick (Co-Editor) <[email protected].fc.net>
Postal: 10111 N. Lamar #25, Austin, Texas 78753, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Journal of Buddhist Ethics

"The Journal of Buddhist Ethics is the first academic journal devoted
entirely to Buddhist ethics, and is innovative in adopting a totally
electronic mode of publication. In most other respects, however, it
will function as a traditional scholarly journal. Research articles
submitted to the journal will be subject to blind peer review."

Format: ASCII text
World Wide Web
Acrobat
Frequency: continuous
ISSN: 1076-9005

Access:
WWW: http://www.cac.psu.edu/jbe/jbe.html
http://www.gold.ac.uk/jbe.html
FTP: ftp.cac.psu.edu: /pub/jbe/
scorpio.gold.ac.uk: /pub/jbe/
Email: [email protected] (editors)
[email protected] (listserv)

Contact:
Editor(s): Damien Keown <[email protected]>
Charles S. Prebish <[email protected]>
Wayne R. Husted <[email protected]>

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The Journal of Onestar

"An ORIGINAL humor/satire publication published weekly from the
offices of Onestar Central. Considered by some to be a cross between
an on-line sit com and cutting edge sarcasm, the Journal offers
something for everyone. Each weekly issue is mailed out in five
sections, NOTES FROM THE PUBLISHER (whatever he may be thinking of
that week), ENTERTAINMENT REPORT (featuring Adam Richter, e-mail's
version of Dave Barry), SPECIAK K (Kelly and Kim, adding the right
amount of estrogen to the publication), THE BARD REPORT (thoughtful,
insightful and sometimes controversial, but always funny.), THE KING
ABES CHRONOCILES, social commentary with just a hint of sarcasm, and
RUTH'S TRUTHS (She's done it all and lived to share her tales.)"

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: every other week

Access:
WWW: http://www.lm.com/~onestar/index.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Eric F. Schetley <[email protected]>

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The Journal of the PK Institute for Information Engineering

"A gaming related 'zine dedicated mostly to GURPS. (HTML version of
the paper version printed in "All of the Above".)"

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.sils.umich.edu/~superman/JPK/

Contact:
Editor(s): David S. Carter <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 313 663 7413

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Joyce Wankable

"North Carolina-based webzine. NC indie music, independent film,
Conan O'Brien, staff poets, pathetic lust, downloadable soundfiles."

Format: HTML
ASCII/setext
Acrobat (.pdf)
small-run print version
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.rbdc.com/~hgambill/joyce.htm
ftp://ftp.etext.org/pub/zines/ (ASCII)
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Herbert Gambill <[email protected]>
Postal: 4211 S. Main St., Winston-Salem, NC 27127, USA

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The Kaleidoscope Chameleon

"The Kaleidoscope Chameleon is a surrealist's, dadaist's,
minimalist's, post-modernist's, fluxus', beatnik's wet dream. With
any luck, this will be the weirdest thing you'll ever see on or off
line."

Format: HTML
Frequency: on-line: monthly
paper: quarterly
Note: currently seeking submissions

Access:
WWW: http://www.globalgraphics.com/Zines/Chameleon/Chameleon.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Postal: Global Graphics, P.O. Box 822, Mountain View, CA
94042-0822, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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KALERIA: The Magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy

"KALERIA is a monthly, electronic magazine published in true magazine
format, but with the added advantages of being entirely electronic!
Our magazine is complete with stories, articles, interviews, picture
graphics, and comic strips. We encourage reader interaction with
monthly trivia contests, reader submitted stories and many other
reader response areas."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly
Note: KALERIA is economically feasible: $30.00 for a year
subscription, which can be made in three easy
$10.00 installments. If you would like to pay for
it all in one shot, it's $25.00, you save $5.00
off of the installment rate. KALERIA accepts
VISA, MASTERCARD and NETCASH. We also have a mail
order form for check or money order payments.

Access:
WWW: http://www.kaleria.com/kaleria/

Contact:
Editor(s): Samuel E. White <[email protected]>
Phone: 1-800-734-5282
Postal: STJ Publications, P.O. Box 726, Bellville, OH
44813-0726, USA

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Keepers

"A prototype ASCII-illustrated personal best-of-Netnews zine,
including net culture and kooks, conspiracy, Macintoshes, and other
wierdness."

Format: ASCII text and graphics
Frequency: infrequent, at this point

Access:
FTP: ftp.mcs.com: /mcsnet.users/jorn/keepers/
Usenet: alt.zines
alt.best.of.internet

Contact:
Editor(s): Jorn Barger <[email protected]>

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KerroScene

"We are a fanzine set in the second interval on Anne McCaffrey's
world of Pern."

Format: ASCII
Mac text
hardcopy ($15 annually)

Access:
AOL: go to keyword scifi, click on fantasy boards, then
on Pern Weyrs

Contact:
Editor(s): Nikki Cunningham <[email protected]>
<[email protected]>
Zara Gonzalez <[email protected]>
Jennifer Kmiotek <[email protected]>
Jennifer Kretch <[email protected]>

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Kill Yourself

"Kill Yourself is a socio-political E-zine that explores everything
that's wrong in this world. This includes: Earth, America, labels,
stupid people, illiteracy, militancy, incompitance, mainstream,
ignorance, religion, annoying people, public education, and whatever
else we can think of. Absolutely free, the zine is attempting to
create productivity in people's seemingly boring lives. We hope to
motivate people to create solutions to on-going socio-political
problems because they exist and they must be solved."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: as much as humanly possible

Access:
WWW: http://hops.cs.jhu.edu/~mbk/killyourself.htm
FTP: cs.uwp.edu
ftp.winternet.com
ftp.eng.ufl.edu
ftp.etext.org
obi.std.com
BBS: RIPCO (+1 312 528 5020)
Underground Asylum (+1 412 835 6211)
Email: [email protected].iup.edu

Contact:
Editor(s): Dave Holtz <[email protected].iup.edu>
Postal: 148 Jackson St. Indiana, PA 15701, USA

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Kingswood Kranium

"A lighthearted humor magazine from the creative minds at Kingswood
Advertising, a full-service marketing communications agency located
on Philadelphia's Main Line."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.kingswood.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Jack Huber <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 610 896 9260
Fax: +1 610 896 9242
Postal: Kingswood Advertising, Cricket Terrace Center,
Ardmore, PA 19003, USA

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K.L. Smith's CruiseLetter

"This digital magazine is published monthly for those interested in
vacation cruising. Features include news, reviews and tips to make
cruising even more enjoyable. The magazine also offers a free
classified ad section for cruise related private ads."

Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.lane.on.ca/pubs/C-Letter/

Contact:
Editor(s): Ken Smith (Publisher/Editor) <[email protected].on.ca>
Phone: +1 905-468-0068
Postal: Lane Publishing, P.O. Box 761, Virgil ON, Canada

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KNKKK

"KNKNKNK is a part of KNK project, originally -- paper zine in
English about Lithuania (and our neighbouring countries)
underground/alternative/punk scene. Here you can find Lithuanian
scene report, interviews with local groups, info about Latvia's
underground, and LITHUANIAN BEER report. All in all punk zine's
elektirc version (quite interesting and funny).""

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: no one knows

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/KNKKKK
ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/KNKKKK/

Contact:
Editor(s): Nerijus <[email protected]> (co-editor)
Postal: Sarunas Karalius, P.O. Box 114, 3005 Kaunas,
Lithuania

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Kokkei Tinbun (Funny News)

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.st.rim.or.jp/~nashida/

Contact:
Editor(s): Yamitake Gaikotsu <[email protected].or.jp>
Phone: 048-265-0050
Fax: 048-267-7373
Postal: 1-20-1 Shibafuji Kawaguti-si Saitama-ken 1-20-1

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Kudzu: a digital quarterly

"Kudzu is a digital quarterly magazine dedicated to bringing you the
best in fiction, poetry, and essays. We strive to present fresh and
original works that challenge us and our readers to think about the
world, each other, and ourselves."

Format: Adobe Acrobat PDF
WWW HTML
ASCII text
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.etext.org/Zines/Kudzu/
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Kudzu
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Kudzu/
AOL: keyword "Writers" in Writers Club Libraries/Writers
Club E-zines/
Subscriptions: Subscriptions available via email and via WWW;
contact [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Steven W. Jarvis <[email protected]>
Submissions: [email protected]

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Kyosaku

"Kyosaku (n.) -- The stick that Zen masters use to whup their
students upside the head, sending them on the path to higher
consciousness. This magazine is dedicated to endangered concepts.
These concepts are: humor, art, philosophy, the quest for higher
consciousness, uncalled-for-absurdity in the face of pessimism, and
unpretensiousness."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.cs.oberlin.edu/students/djacobs/kyo/kyomain.html

Contact:
Editor(s): David Jacobs <[email protected]>
Michael Janssen <[email protected]>
Jim McNamee
Sudama Rice <[email protected]>
Derek Kershaw <[email protected]>
Postal: Kyosaku, PO Box 2512, Fairfax, VA 22031, USA

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The Lady in the Radiator Online

"TLITR Online is the electronic version of our printed zine, It's an
art/literature zine without the pretentiousness of an art/literature
zine."

Format: HTML
ASCII text
Frequency: published on a W.T.F.E. schedule (When The Fuck
Ever)

Access:
WWW: http://www.etext.org/Zines/TLITR/

Contact:
Editor(s): John Gross <[email protected]>
John Rasmussen <[email protected].edu>
Postal: John Rasmussen, 1260 Moore Street, Lakewood, CO
80215-4556, USA

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Laguna Life Magazine

"General interest magazine featuring California girls in swimsuits,
health/fitness, business, computer bargains, pets, American history,
book reviews, travel, astrology, home and garden, food/receipes,
free classified ads, art and artists, crossword puzzles, festivals
and more."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.lagunabeachca.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Joel Bush <[email protected]>

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Late Show News

"News and opinions about the late-night talk show industry, with
special emphasis on _Late Show with David Letterman_. Complete guest
listings for upcoming shows of all the big talkers."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: every Tuesday

Access:
WWW: http://www.theworld.com/lateshow/home.htm
Gopher: echonyc.com: Pub/LSN
The WELL: topic 648 in the tv conference (g tv)
Usenet: alt.fan.letterman
alt.tv.talkshows.late
rec.arts.tv
alt.zines
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: SUBSCRIBE LATE-SHOW-NEWS Your Name

Contact:
Editor(s): Aaron Barnhart <[email protected]>

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Life OnLine

"A monthly e-zine for Macintosh users. This free e-zine, originally
published as the Lubbock OnLine Newsletter by LeMUG, is now
published by RTFM Productions as the Life OnLine Newsletter. The
entire issue will be available at the RTFM Web Site in the HTML
format in the near future."

Format: HTML
DOCMaker (for Macintosh)
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://rampages.onramp.net/~rtfm
AOL: ???
eWorld: ???

Contact:
Editor(s): Mark Brooks <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 806 794 4571
Postal: 6602-A Grover, Lubbock, TX 79424, USA

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LIMINAL: Liminal Explorations

"LIMINAL seeks to apply new inter and transdisciplinary methods,
theories, ideas, concepts, and approaches to the study of cultural
phenomena as well as the inventive application of existing
approaches. The term 'cultural phenomena' is taken to mean, but not
limited to meaning: 1) an activity engaged in by humans as members
of a social network, 2) the product(s) of such engagement(s), 3) the
motivators of such activities or engagements, 4) the functioning of
such social networks themselves."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Liminal
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/l/liminal
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Liminal/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/l/liminal/

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Postal: The Liminal Group, Box 154, BGSU, Bowling Green, OH
43403, USA

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Line Noiz

"Line Noiz publishes cyberpunk sci-fi, cyberpunk related articles and
news from the net."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: bi-weekly (irregular)

Access:
WWW: http://www.magi.com/~vektor/linenoiz.html
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Linenoiz
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Linenoiz/
AOL: ???
Usenet: alt.cyberpunk
alt.cyberspace
alt.zines
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: Subscription LineNoiz <your address>

Contact:
Editor(s): Billy Biggs <[email protected]>

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THE LION Online

"THE LION Online is a text version of The Lion Sleeps, a print
fanzine for fans of the Canadian professional figure skater Brian
Orser. Published since 1989, The Lion Sleeps (and, as of June/July
1994, THE LION Online) contains news and information on Brian
Orser's career, where he is performing and can be seen on
television, as well as reviews of shows (both live and televised) in
which Brian performs, interviews with Brian, letter column,
editorials, and a buy-sell-swap-items-and-find-pen (or e-)-pals
column. The e-zine includes everything but the photos. Contributions
by readers are welcomed. Send email for more info on the printed
version."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: whenever the situation warrants

Access:
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Trudi Marrapodi <[email protected]>

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LiveDV

"Comprehensive info source for professional digital media tool
users."

Format: HTML (netscape)
Frequency: daily

Access:
WWW: http://www.livedv.com

Contact:
Editor(s): peter karnig (publisher, editory) <[email protected]>
stephen braitman (managing editor)
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 415 522 2400

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Lo Sciacallo Elettronico

"A magazine dedicated to the weirdest and most arty (and
"alternative" Italian comics. Particular attention is dedicated to
young authors and to the alternative production of professional
drawers. The magazine include comics, interviews, articles,
description of aborted projects etc... The selction criteria for
accepting new material is based only on its quality."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.assioma.com/sciacallo

Contact:
Editor(s): Piersandro Pallavicini, Marco Feo, David Selvaggio
<[email protected]>
Phone: 39.382.529178 (P.Pallavicini)
Postal: v.le Golgi, 76 - 27100 Pavia, Italy

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LOGON Sacramento BBS News Connection

"For and about BBS'ing, modeming, and the Internet."

Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://psyber.com/~logon

Contact:
Editor(s): Tobie Passalis <tobie.[email protected]>
Phone: +1 916 344 3945

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Logs of JD Flora: a New-Age-SciFi e-mail sequel

"The 'Logs' are a SciFi e-mail sequel which is being mailed every
second day. Many different subjects and questions are mentioned in
the 'Logs': Whole-Systems, New Age philosophies, Buddhist ideas,
Holographical and Parallel Universes, Synergetics, General
Semantics, to name a few. There are also Web pages which contain
texts and pictures to these subjects as well as photos from many
locations in California, Thailand, Cambodia, Italy, and South
Africa."

Format: ASCII text
Web pages (for illustrations)
Frequency: every second day via e-mail

Access:
WWW: http://www.newciv.org/sfra3/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]newciv.org
Subject: subscribe

Contact:
Editor(s): Joachim H. Steingrubner, PhD <[email protected]>

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Lumpen

"Lumpen magazine is a Chicago-based 52 page 20,000 circulation
publication. The next issue will be its 26th monthly printing.
Topics covered in recent issues have been: Paranoia, survival, and
sex. Along with each issue's theme articles, are a series of regular
columns. Two of these are Uncommon Sense, written by Edward McNamara
which offers an uncommon, yet logical view of current issues, and
Full Count, Mike Genet, is a political column from a
liberal/progressive viewpoint. With the capabilities of the WWW,
Lumpen staff have created a highly graphic, hypertext version of
their urban mag."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.lumpen.com/lumpen/

Contact:
Editor(s): Chris Molnar, Leslie Stella, and Ed Marzewski
<[email protected]>
Edward McNamara <[email protected]> (Web Editor)
Phone: +1 312 227 2072
Fax: +1 312 227 2072
Postal: Lumpen, 2558 West Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL 60647,
USA

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The Mac Links Record Book

"The Mac Links Record Book (MLRB) is an e-zine created for the
purpose of chronicling the top scores at each course available for
the popular Macintosh computer golf simulation, Links Pro Mac by
Access Software. Great recorded rounds worthy of the record book can
be submitted via email. A separate list of the 25 top scorers is
kept for rounds played from each tee of all courses available for
Links Pro. This includes Macintosh courses as well as IBM courses
converted for play on the Macintosh. Now you can have someone to
shoot for, even if you don't have someone to play against! Top
rounds are included with the e-zine so that you may play directly
against the "player" you're trying to beat. The MLRB also contains
many feature articles related to computer golf."

Format: DocMaker (for Macintosh)
Frequency: approximately every six weeks

Access:
WWW: http://www.basenet.net/~countian/default.html
AOL: software search with string "sdt23" or "MLRB"
Usenet: comp.sys.mac.games.misc
Subscriptions: [email protected]
Other: Inside Mac Games (monthly CD-ROM magazine)

Contact:
Editor(s): Steven Travers <[email protected]>

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Mac Net Journal

"An interactive zine for Macintosh users who want to make the most of
their net-use, downloads, and Macintosh computers. MNJ deals with
any number of issues and topics from software reviews to general
trends in computing. We try to stay away from reviews of commercial
soft and hardware, preferring instead to try to show users how to
make the most of freeware and shareware. It is written for the
average, everyday Macintosh user (but we welcome Techies). MNJ is a
combination of text, sound, graphics, and anything else you might
want. The web version of Mac Net Journal, Mac Net Journal Online, is
somewhat different from the downloadable version. You may want to
try both. Subscriptions are free."

Format: DOCMaker (Macintosh application)
HTML
Frequency: biweekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.dgr.com/web_mnj/
FTP: ftp.netaxs.com: /pub/
AOL: Search software files for "Mac Net Journal" or
"MNJ" to find issues
eWorld: Use shortcut "Shareware"; the library path is
Software Central / Electronic Publications /
Additional Publications
Compuserve: Use "Go Downtech" to access ZiffNet/Mac's forum or
use "Go MACCOMM" to visit Macintosh Apple Users
Group's communication's forum (look in library 14
- Mac Internet stuff)
BBS: Screaming Eagle BBS (+1 215 969 3384)
Mac-A-Peel BBS (+1 905 568 0966)
The Illustrated Mac (+1 919 639 6611)
Quebec On-Line (+1 514 525 2250)
UltraLink (+1 314 995 6835)
Mac Line (+1 608 233 9487)
The Fringe (+1 713 996 6866)
Ultimate Mac Source (+1 403 434 7158)
The Johor Connection BBS (607-334-5899, Malaysia)
The Speed Demon BBS (972-2-634451, Israel,
Telefinder BBS)
The Perfect BBS (+41 22 788 03 83, Switzerland)
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Aaron Anderson <[email protected]>

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Mac Star Digest

"Mac Star Digest is a Macintosh-based electronic publication
dedicated to Science Fiction and other futuristic themes. The e-zine
covers many aspects of SF literature, including reviews, commentary,
currents, fiction and humor. MSD is a contributor-based publication,
and the Editor welcomes submissions of original written work or
artwork."

Format: Macintosh DOCMaker (stand-alone document)
Frequency: bi-monthly, on even-numbered months

Access:
FTP: mirror.aol.com: /pub/info-mac/per/
AOL: Macintosh Desktop Publishing Forum, keyword "MDP"
Macworld Online Forum, keyword "Macworld"
OMNI Forum, keyword "OMNI"
eWorld: Community Center's Trading Posts
SF, Fantasy & Horror Forum

Contact:
Editor(s): Marton F. Carungay <[email protected]>

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Mac*Chat

"Mac*Chat is a free electronic newsletter biased toward Mac users who
are production-oriented professionals. It is written in a friendly,
non-technical manner, and covers many wide-ranging topics. It
includes many step-by-step tutorials, opinions and alerts. It's very
different from the rest of the Mac newsletters!"

Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.ese.ogi.edu/macchat/
FTP: sumex.stanford.edu: /info-mac/per/chat (back issues)
Subscriptions: To: [email protected].edu
Text: SUBSCRIBE MACCHAT <Your full name>

Contact:
Editor(s): Tony Lindsey <[email protected]>

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MADNESS. Revolt, SaZ

"Lit Mags in the Computer Underground spanning poetry, fiction,
prose, and art. For Caffeine addicts."

Format: HTML
ASCII
SB/VGA/text
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://web1.trenton.edu/~domurat/
BBS: area 51 (+1 609 737 7980) sysop:taz Cosysop: !Sd3d
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): !Sd3d (Web info) <[email protected]>
Argon <[email protected]>
Submissions: [email protected]

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Mary Jane

"The Mary Jane E-Zine is dedicated to the worldwide cannabis culture.
We encourage the stoners of the world to leap from their smokey
closets and unite in a digital revolution! Log In...Light
Up...and...Drop OUT!"

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: bi-monthly(ish)

Access:
WWW: http://www.paranoia.com/maryjane/
FTP: ftp.paranoia.com: /pub/maryjane/
Usenet: alt.drugs
alt.drugs.pot
alt.hemp
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]; Text: Subscribe
Stash

Contact:
Editor(s): Damian Caynes (aka Info Freako)
<[email protected]>
Submissions: [email protected]

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Masonry Universal

"A contributory eZine covering all aspects of Freemasnory on the
Internet and other linked computer networks. Also deals with Masonic
history, humour and ideals. Each issue has a selection of ascii
graphics."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: monthly or better
Note: Readership is not restricted to but will be of most
interest to Freemasons.

Access:
WWW: http://www.gryffin.com/mu/ (FAQ)
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Gordon Charlton <[email protected]>

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The Maui Windsurfing Report

"The first, most comprehensive zine on windsurfing, direct from the
"Mecca" of the sport, TMWR has the most exciting graphics and
playfull, interactive articles. If you're into windsurfing, this is
the place for you."

Access:
WWW: http://maui.net/~mauiwind/mwr.html
Usenet: rec.windsurfing

Contact:
Editor(s): Tim Orden <[email protected]>

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Meanderings

"a journal of politics, art and culture"

Format: HTML
ASCII
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.webcom.com/~sppg/meanderings/me.shtml
FTP: ftp.webcom.com: /pub/sppg/meanderftp
Compuserve: Issues Forum, Library#4 (Go Issues)
Subscriptions: To: [email protected] (full text
version)
To: [email protected] (web notice
version)
To: [email protected]
(discussion list)
Text: subscribe

Contact:
Editor(s): Cuda Brown <[email protected]>

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Media 3

"Media 3 is the Media education resource magazine from Melbourne's
(Australia) Deakin University Rusden Campus."

Format: HTML
Frequency: 2 yearly (we hope)

Access:
WWW: http://www.deakin.edu.au/arts/VPMA/Media3.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Peter Grennaway <[email protected]>

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Mediamatic Magazine

"An Amsterdam based, bi-lingual, magazine about the cultural
implications of new media. We've been around as printed matter for
almost ten years, and on-line (beautifully designed!) since
September 1994."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.mediamatic.nl/

Contact:
Editor(s): Kristi van Riet <[email protected]>
Phone: +31-20-6241054
Fax: +31-20-6263793
Postal: Mediamatic Interactive Publishing (MMip), postbus
17490, 1001 JL, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

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The Medium Online

"The HTMLized version of The Medium, the Entertainment weekly of
Rutgers University."

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://remus.rutgers.edu/~comroe/eden

Contact:
Editor(s): Matthew Comroe <[email protected]>

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MELVIN

"MELVIN is written by the staff of THE ONION at the U of Illinois, a
publication called "...the funniest, wittiest, and most clever prose
around" by MTV's Jon E. Ten Eyck. MELVIN's outrageous humor and
clever entertainment features make it everything a wonderful WWW
magazine should be."

Format: HTML
Frequency: bi-weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.melvin.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Matt Nolker (Editor-in-Chief)
<[email protected]>
Phone: 1 800 3MELVIN
Fax: +1 217 355 5032
Postal: 41 E. University Avenue, Suite 201, Champaign, IL
61820, USA

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M.E.N. Magazine Magark

"Web magark devoted to men's issues, especially "inner work" and
personal growth, based on M.E.N. Magazine, a monthly,
national-circulation hardcopy magazine."

Format: HTML
paper
Frequency: paper: monthly
web: updated every week or so

Access:
WWW: http://www.vix.com/menmag/

Contact:
Editor(s): Bert H. Hoff <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (206) 522-9701
Postal: M.E.N. Magazine Editorial Office, 7552 31st Ave.
N.E., Seattle, WA 98115, USA

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Mercy Cries

"This monthly hard copy zine of Positive Poetry and short prose is
from Anchorage Alaska. I have just put issue 4 on-line in a HIGHLY
ENHANCED W3 HTML format. (Netscape 1.1 recommened) It has a
automated subscription feature as well as a form based survey. Lots
of cool backgrounds and original art."

Access:
WWW: http://www.corcom.com/geiger/mercy/

Contact:
Editor(s): Kristian Rosentrater
Robert Geiger (BYTET)
<[email protected]>

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Merlin's Web

"Merlin's Web is a subscription-only electronic magazine for
magicians. It contains articles about the performance of magic; a
course in card magic; tricks that children can learn; selections
from forthcoming and well-known magic books, an on-line dealers area
and more."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.swifty.com/MW/toc.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Michael Levy <[email protected]>

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Meta Magazine

"Covers issues of particular interest to the net community, including
but not limited to: cryptography, electronic publishing, free
software development, intellectual property, internet
commercialization, privacy and virtual communities."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
FTP: ftp.netcom.com: /pub/mlinksva/meta.html
Email: [email protected] (subject "sendinfo")

Contact:
Editor(s): Mike Linksvayer <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 415 431 0775
Fax: +1 415 327 7629
Postal: Meta Magazine, 1800 Market #31, San Francisco, CA
94102, USA

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Methi

"Methi is magazine heavily influenced by my grandma's black & white
postcards. It deals with topics that interest the editor and the
contributors. Such topics include photography, music, clubbing,
film, poetry, literature, travel. We hope that others find interest
in this broad, yet very personal, array of topics as well."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.wam.umd.edu/~alexees/methi/methi.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Alexees Hobson <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (301)871-6534
Postal: Alexees Hobson, 4704 Lance Ct., Rockville MD 20853,
USA

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the mini-Annals of Improbable Research ("mini-AIR")

"Publishes news about overly stimulating research and ideas.
Specifically: A) Haphazardly selected superficial (but advanced!)
extracts of research news and satire from the The Annals of
Improbable Research. B) News about the annual Ig Nobel Prize
ceremony. Ig Nobel Prizes honor "achievements that cannot or should
not be reproduced." A public ceremony is held at Harvard University
every October. C) News about other science humor activities
conducted by AIR and AIRheads."

Format: ASCII text
ISSN: 1076-500X

Access:
WWW: http://www.improb.com/
Usenet: clari.feature.imprb_research
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: SUBSCRIBE MINI-AIR <your name>

Contact:
Editor(s): Marc Abrahams <wilson.harvard.edu>
Phone: +1 (617) 491-4437
Fax: +1 (617) 661-0927
Postal: Marc Abrahams, Editor, The Annals of Improbable
Research (AIR), PO Box 380853, Cambridge, MA
02238, USA

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The Miniatures Page

"The Miniatures Page is dedicated to miniature wargaming in all
periods: historical, fantasy, science fiction and silly; ground or
naval; all figure scales; from grand-tactical to skirmish level."

Format: World Wide Web
Frequency: continuous (Check "What's New" to find the latest
articles)

Access:
WWW: http://biochem.dental.upenn.edu/Mosaic/bill/tmp.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Bill Armintrout <[email protected]>

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The Mississippi Review

"Award winning literary magazine publishing monthly. Full text
fiction, poetry, essays by well- and lesser-known writers (Barth,
Rita Dove, Ann Beattie, Thom Jones, Terese Svoboda, Tom Drury, John
Dufresne, etc.) Looking for hypertext of literary interest,
submissions by e-mail."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://sushi.st.usm.edu/~barthelm

Contact:
Editor(s): Frederick Barthelme <[email protected].st.usm.edu>

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mobilis: the mobile computing lifestyle magazine

"mobilis features interviews, tutorials, reviews, and opinion
concerning all aspects of PDAs, wireless communication, and mobile
peripherals."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.volksware.com/mobilis

Contact:
Editor(s): John Jerney <[email protected].com>

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Money Incorporated Digest

"Mostly dedicated to scams, ripoffs and conspiracies. Also various
rantings and irresposible activities!"

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: random (when I feel like writing)

Access:
WWW: http://www.paranoia.com/other/zines/money/
FTP: ftp.paranoia.com: /other/zines/money/
BBS: Diabolical Sabotage (LSD USHQ) / Illicit Illusions
(IGA USHQ) (+1 717-PRI-VATE)
&TOTSE (+1 510-935-5845)

Contact:
Editor(s): Sleepy <[email protected]> <[email protected]>

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monochrom

"monochrom is the first print/ezine project in Austria that deals
with media.art.damage, "Industrial" art and Covert culture, freedom
of information, creative use of new media, internet demarketing,
computer pirating, media pranking, literature underground, scifi and
fringeware and the great kosmik kaos."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.giga.or.at/others/monochrom

Contact:
Editor(s): Johannes Grenzfurthner <[email protected]>

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The Moonlight Vigil Archive

"Archive of all issues out of print including a poetry anthology,
vegetarian recipes, krsna consciousness literature, photos, band
interviews, etc."

Frequency: updates about once a month

Access:
WWW: http://expert.cc.purdue.edu/~tmv/moonvigil.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Christopher Foresman <[email protected].edu>
Phone: +1 317 743 6402
Fax: +1 317 743 6934
Postal: PO Box 5402, Lafayette, IN 47903-5402, USA

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The Morpo Review

"How about Sonnets to Captain Kangaroo, free-verse ruminations
comparing plastic lawn ornaments to _Love Boat_ or nearly anything
with cows in it. No, not cute, Smurfy little "ha ha" ditties -- back
reality into a corner and snarl! Some good examples are "Oatmeal" by
Galway Kinnell, "A Supermarket In California" by Allen Ginsberg, or
the 6th section of Wallace Stevens' "Six Significant Landscapes.""

Format: ASCII text
Reading Room (DOS)
PostScript

Access:
WWW: http://morpo.creighton.edu/morpo/
Gopher: morpo.creighton.edu: The.Morpo.Review
gopher.etext.org: Zines/Morpo.Review
FTP: morpo.creighton.edu: /pub/zines/morpo/
ftp.etext.org: /Zines/Morpo.Review/
AOL: use Keyword PDA, then select "Palmtop Paperbacks",
"EZine Libraries", "Writing", "More Writing"
BBS: The Outlands (Ketchikan, Alaska, USA) (+1
907-247-1219, +1 907-225-1219, +1 907-225-1220)
[The home BBS system for the ReadRoom BBS Door
format. You can download the IBM-PC/DOS ReadRoom
version here, as well as read it interactively
on-line via the ReadRoom door installed on the
system.]
The Myths and Legends of Levania (Council Bluffs,
Iowa, USA) (+1 712-325-8867) [Located in the
heart of the original Morpo and, in fact, is a
direct descendant of the original _The Land of
Morpo_ Bulletin Board System. You can download
both the IBM-PC/DOS ReadRoom versions and ASCII
text versions of _TMR_ here.]
Alliance Communications (Minnesota, USA) (+1 612
251 8596)
Email: [email protected] (send the message "get
morpo morpo.index" and you will receive
instructions on how to use our email archive
server to retrieve ASCII versions of _The Morpo
Review_)
[email protected] (comments)
[email protected] (all the editors
at once)
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Robert Fulkerson <[email protected]>
Matthew Mason <[email protected]>
Submissions: [email protected]

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Mother Jones

"Mother Jones is a magazine of investigation and ideas for
independent thinkers. Provocative and unexpected articles inform
readers and inspire action toward positive social change. Colorful
and personal, Mother Jones challenges conventional wisdom, exposes
abuses of power, helps redefine stubborn problems and offers fresh
solutions."

Format: HTML
ASCII

Access:
WWW: http://www.mojones.com/motherjones.html
Gopher: gopher.mojones.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Jeffrey Klein
Postal: Mother Jones, 731 Market St., Suite 600, San
Francisco, CA 94103, USA

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Mouse Potato

"Reviews and opinions on Computers, Entertainment, and whatever else
crosses my mind."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.airmail.net/~tdshadow/

Contact:
Editor(s): T.D. Shadow <[email protected]>
Postal: T.D. Shadow Communications, P.O. Box 450655,
Garland, TX 75045-0655 USA

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The Muse: music, art, theatre, books, dance and culture

"The Muse is an inspirational monthly creative arts Web magazine that
has sections on Opera, Jazz, Ambient, Dance, Techno and Classical
music, plus Books, Art, Theatre, Dance and Culture."

Frequency: monthly (a completely new issue on the 7th of each
month)

Access:
WWW: http://www.hyperlink.com/muse

Contact:
Editor(s): Richard Ashrowan <[email protected]>
Phone: +44 171 240 8121
Fax: +44 171 240 8098
Postal: The International Communique Ltd, 76 Neal Street,
London WC2H 9PA, England

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My Screws Aren't Loose -- I'm Just Wired a Bit Different

"This is the flotsam and jetsam of my mind. What's it like inside my
mind? Perhaps you should know before you proceed. "It's like living
inside a haunted house." [a science fiction author character in some
science fiction novel; names temporarily forgotten] "Sometimes I
give myself the creeps!" [Greenday] These writings range from the
cream of the crop to the dregs. Some are serious, some are insane,
some are pretentious, and three have been arrested in various states
as toxic waste. Some are in horrid taste."

Format: HTML
Frequency: This is an e-book, not really an e-zine, but it's
growing. Check it every other week or so for new
entries.

Access:
WWW: http://www.rru.com/~meo/WiredDiff/contents.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Miles O'Neal <[email protected]>

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Nadine Magazine

"The magazine that wishes it were a band."

Frequency: six times per year from September to May

Access:
WWW: http://www.cis.yale.edu/~tpole/nadine/home_page.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Todd Polenberg <[email protected].edu>
Katie Dodd <[email protected].edu>
Phone: +1 203 764 7026 (Todd)
+1 203 436 1521 (Katie)
Postal: P.O. Box 202365, New Haven, CT 06520, USA

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NAKED

"NAKED will be an e-zine devoted (mostly) to relevant political and
social issues. I hope that I can get many contributors, so that my
own writing time can be lessened and that more than just my personal
veiws can be expressed. Early issues will also feature my own
personal artwork, which I presently have some of on display at my
page."

Format: Acrobat PDF file (links to reader software on
homepage)
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.tiac.net/users/zial/naked.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Zial <[email protected]>

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NASH

"NASH is an e-magazine dedicated to covering all forms of American
Roots music -- everything from blues to country to bluegrass to
roots-rock. Each issue features an artist profile, reader listening
picks and CD reviews."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: bi-monthly ... soon to be monthly!
ISSN: 1081-132X

Access:
WWW: http://www.temple.edu/~sr67/
Email: To: [email protected].edu
Text: INDEX NASH
Subscriptions: To: [email protected].edu
Text: SUB NASH <yourname>

Contact:
Editor(s): Paul Erwin <[email protected].edu>
Phone: +1 (215) 204-9595 box number 888-3661

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NBK Fan Club

"Announcing the arrival of the "Totally Unofficial, Official NBK Fan
Club." Yes, your name was picked by Woody Harrelson and Juliette
Lewis (well, maybe) as one of the rare few who actually enjoyed
NBK!! And what does this mean to you, of discriminating taste? Why
it means that you can share your views of the whole M&M, NBK world
with others of your kind!! Ok, so you might have to wait for your
cool membership card and all, but this is the place to disseminate
all the NBK news that you run across and would like to share."

Access:
WWW: http://www.shore.net/~eskwired/nbk.htm
FTP: ftp.shore.net: /members/eskwired/NBK/

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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NCT Web Magazine

"Computer magazine aimed at small and home office users. In depth
coverage of desktop publishing, graphics, CAD, fax, communications,
electronic document preparation, multimedia. Online ads with online
purchasing available. Over 400 pages of news and reviews."

Format: World Wide Web
Frequency: continuously updated (almost daily)

Access:
WWW: http://www.awa.com/nct/

Contact:
Editor(s): Bruce Morris (Editor in Chief) <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 615 376 6806
Fax: +1 615 376 4879
Postal: 451 Blackburn Lane, Lenoir City, TN 37771, USA

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The Neo Pagan Times

"A Wiccan/Pagan publication in abridged form (only the snail mail
version is complete at this stage) -- features articles on various
witches, occultists (Eastern and Western) and reviews of books and
music."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://scorpion.cowan.edu.au/~jmcnair/neopag.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): John McNair <[email protected]>

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The Neon Gargoyle Gazette

"The goal of this magazine is to enlighten the public at large about
the world of horror from the tiny details of splatter to the grand
sweeping theories of hidden psychological appeal. The GARGOYLE
contains discussion forums on horror in all its forms. History, art,
poetry, biography, modern cinema, professional make-up techniques,
and horror productions both present and past are all examined here,
as well as a trivia Q&A section."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Usenet: alt.horror
alt.cult-movies
Other: Cleveland Free-Net Community Computer System (+1
216 368 3888 or IP address 129.22.8.38), once
logged in type "GO HORROR"

Contact:
Editor(s): Dan Krumlauf <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 216 491 4616

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NESFAD

"Nordic Electronic Science Fiction Address Directory (NESFAD) is a
list of E-addresses to sf fans in the Nordic area (Denmark, Finland,
Iceland, Norway and Sweden), with a news section in the beginning of
each issue, e.g. listing the local sf conventions. The latest NESFAD
had close to 300 addresses. The language is English. NESFAD isn't on
a mailserver yet. To subscribe write to one of the editors and say
that you want it."

Format: ASCII text
ISO-LATIN-1 text
Frequency: approximately quarterly

Access:
BBS: SF-BBS (+46 8 642 40 77)

Contact:
Editor(s): Ben Roimola <[email protected]>
Postal: Ben Roimola, Puistokatu 15 b A 5, FIN-20100 Turku,
Finland

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Netsurfer Digest

"Netsurfer Digest brings an entertaining and informative slice of the
rapidly expanding online world to its readers. Sections include
Surfing Sites, News, Arts, Travel, Software, Books, Community
Support, and others. It is delivered via email in text and HTML
versions, and is also available on the Netsurfer WWW server. Special
feature issues, e.g., WWW sites for Christmas Shopping, Macintosh
special edition, are published periodically. Netsurfer Digest is
available for free to the online community. It is supported by
sponsors and advertisers who appreciate the direct connection to
their customers. Commercial material is packaged in a separate
mailing titled Netsurfer Marketplace."

Format: ASCII text
HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.netsurf.com/nsd/index.html
FTP: ftp.netsurf.com: /pub/nsd
Subscriptions: Web: http://www.netsurf.com/nsd/subscribe.html
To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe nsdigest-text (to receive text
version)
Text: subscribe nsdigest-html (to receive HTML
version)

Contact:
Editor(s): Arthur Bebak <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 408 249 6346
Fax: +1 408 249 6346
Postal: Netsurfer Communications, Inc., 333 Cobalt Way,
Suite 107, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, USA

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netTRADER

"netTRADER is a the ultimate buy - sell - swap - rent - barter
classified zine. Free ads for the months of July and August 1995."

Format: HTML
Frequency: updated on a daily basis

Access:
WWW: http://www.sentex.net/nettrader

Contact:
Editor(s): Rick St. Clair, Global Internet Marketing Services
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (519) 740-8314
Fax: +1 (519) 740-8314

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The Network Observer

"The Network Observer (TNO) is a free monthly on-line newsletter
about networks and democracy. It includes brief articles by the
editor and others about community networking, the social aspects of
cyberspace, networks and markets, and privacy issues. It also
includes several monthly departments: recommended books on a wide
variety of topics, a brief description of an interesting company,
and a batch of pointers to interesting stuff on the net."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://communication.ucsd.edu/pagre/tno.html
Subscriptions: It is not possible to subscribe directly to TNO. It
is, however, distributed through a mailing list
called RRE, to which the editor forwards whatever
he happens to find interesting on the net (five
or so messages a week). For information, send
email to [email protected] with the
subject "help". You can receive a list of
archived articles by sending to the same address
with the subject "archive send index".

Contact:
Editor(s): Phil Agre <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 619 534 6328
Fax: +1 619 534 7315

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Neue Tempelratte

"First German "Jugendzeitung" on the WWW from Berlin - Tempelhof.
Erste deutschsprachige Jugendzeitung aus Berlin - Tempelhof auf dem
WWW."

Format: HTML
Frequency: all 3-6 months

Access:
WWW: http://www.obh.snafu.de/~olav/tempel_index.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Olav Surawski <[email protected]>
Phone: ++ 49 30 742 68 55 Q
Fax: ++ 49 30 745 62 47 (z.H Olav Surawski)
Postal: Ev. Kirchengemeinde Lichtenrade, Dietrich Bonhoefer
Kirche, z.H. Olav Surawski, Rackebueller Weg 64,
12305 Berlin, Germany

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The NewHeavenNewEarth News Brief

"The NHNE News Brief is an electronic newsletter published by
NewHeavenNewEarth, an organization based primarily in Sedona,
Arizona, that promotes planetary transformation. Our primary purpose
is to identify, understand and manifest God's Plan for our race and
planet. Our secondary purpose is to gracefully pass through whatever
global changes may be coming our way and help give birth to a new
way of life on our planet. We are in the process of establishing a
global network of like-minded individuals and organizations. Along
with our published material, we offer a host of other services,
including a World Wide Directory and Global Village HomePage on the
WWW. We invite everyone who shares an interest in planetary
transformation to join us."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: about once a month

Access:
WWW: http://www.well.com/www/nhne/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): David Sunfellow <[email protected]> or <[email protected]>
Postal: NewHeavenNewEarth, P.O. Box 10627, Sedona, AZ
86339-8627, USA

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NewtNews

"NewtNews is a weekly Internet based newsletter that focuses on the
Apple Newton and related technologies."

Format: Text (really Setext)
HTML
Newton Book Format
Frequency: weekly (Mondays)

Access:
WWW: http://www.ridgecrest.ca.us/NewtNews/NN_top.html
FTP: ftp.io.com: /pub/usr/btorres/NewtNews ftp://newton.uiowa.edu/submissions ftp://neon.uiowa.edu/pub/newton/misc/Newton_News ftp://ftp.amug.org/pub/newton/news/newt-news
AOL: PDA Forum & 'NewtNews' library in the Newton
Resource Center
eWorld: "World of Newton" forum
Compuserve: Newton/PIE
GEnie: Newton Roundtable on GEnie
Usenet: comp.sys.newton.misc
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe newt_news

Contact:
Editor(s): Steve Holden (Editor and Publisher)
<[email protected]>
Bob Torres (Reviews Editor / Distribution Manager)
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 619 583 1639
Postal: 5375 Hewlett Dr., San Diego, CA 92115, USA
Submissions: Steve Holden <[email protected]>

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NexusNews: Network of Physic Societies & Students

"This list contains information of talks, comments, conferences,
competitions and jobs connected to students organised by NEXUS-The
Network of Physics Societies & Students."

Frequency: The newsletter is sent usually once every two weeks
depending on the amount of information to be sent
& the time of year.

Access:
WWW: http://www.qmw.ac.uk/NEXUS/home.html
FTP: ftp.alpha.qmw.ac.uk: /pub/NEXUS/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe Nexus <your name>

Contact:
Editor(s): Paul Guinnessy <[email protected]>
Phone: 0171-235-611 (Helen Agnew)
0171 987 4800 (Paul Guinnessy)
Fax: 0171-259-6002
Submissions: [email protected]

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The Nielsen Observer

"E-zine for journalists, photographers and other media professionals.
contains Gallery, poetry, stories, editorial, and the Nielsen Guide
to the WWW."

Access:
WWW: http://www.oslonett.no/home/frodeni/index.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Frode Nielsen <[email protected]>

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No FUture

"NO FUture is for all the people out there that think MTV sucks. It
reviews new bands, advertises stuff, writing section (including
poetry, etc.). If you are one of those delinquents that enjoys
spiting rednecks then No FUture is for you!"

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: weekly or when ever I feel like sending it

Access:
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Matt Tubin <[email protected]>
Postal: No FUture, c/o Matt Tubin, 65 Lilac Lane,
Fairfield, CT 06432-2323, USA (only mail me if
you are sending me something; ie, info, tapes,
etc.)
Submissions: Any bands or labels that want to advertise or have
their tape reviewed should contact
[email protected] or the postal address below.

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non-breaking space

"Reflections on using the Web tools for teaching and learning."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.mcad.edu/academic/DL/jmaddox/NBSP.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): Jerrold Maddox <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 814.865.0125
Postal: 210 Patterson Bldg, Penn State University,
University Park, PA 16802, USA

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Notes from the Windowsill

"Reviews of new and reprinted children's books (picture books through
young adult). Our goal is to provide honest, informative reviews
that will help parents and educators find the best, most enjoyable
books. We also publish a non-electronic journal for children's
literarure enthusiasts interested in older books."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: irregular, approximately 10 issues/month
ISSN: 1078-8697

Access:
WWW: http://www.armory.com/~web/notes.html
Gopher: lib.nmsu.edu: .subjects/Education/.childlit/.reviews/.notes
FTP: deeptht.armory.com: /pub/user/web/
AOL: Keyword: PDA; Select: Palmtop Paperbacks; Select:
Electronic Articles & Newsletters
Usenet: rec.arts.books.childrens
misc.kids
rec.arts.books.reviews
k12.library
Email: "kidsbooks" mailing list
([email protected] to join; please
include full email address in message)

Contact:
Editor(s): Wendy E. Betts <[email protected]>
Evan A.C. Hunt
Postal: P.O. Box 401, Santa Cruz, CA 95061-0401, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Notes of a Dirty Old Woman

"A weekly column that'll gradually, graphically assemble a
semi-literary map of the coptic, neo-goth city of Coven Pride. It's
all about love, labor, and traversing ones days over a landscape of
pain. It lets in unsolicited submissions and keeps out only academes
and homophobes.""

Frequency: weekly installments

Access:
WWW: http://www.brown.edu/Departments/MCM/Rabyd/Vera_Rabyd_814.html
Email: [email protected] (Vera's nephew)

Contact:
Editor(s): Vera Rabyd

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The Nullifidian

"The E-Zine of Atheistic Secular Humanism and Freethought, the
purpose of which is to provide a source of articles dealing with
many aspects of humanism. We are ATHEISTIC as we do not believe in
the actual existence of any supernatural beings or any
transcendental reality. We are SECULAR because the evidence of
history and the daily horrors in the news show the pernicious and
destructive consequences of allowing religions to be involved with
politics and nationalism. We are HUMANISTS because we focus on what
is good for humanity, in the real world. We will not be put off with
offers of pie in the sky, by and by."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: monthly

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Nullifidian
FTP: ftp.mantis.co.uk
ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Nullifidian
AOL: Freethought Forum: "Files & Truth Seeker Articles"
Usenet: alt.atheism
Other: National Capital Freenet (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada):
telnet to 134.117.1.22 and enter GO HUMANISM

Contact:
Editor(s): Greg Erwin <[email protected]> or
<[email protected]>
Postal: 100, Terrasse Eardley, Aylmer PQ, J9H 6B5 Canada

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NutWorks

"NutWorks was a humor 'zine from the early days of BITNET and
reflects the student-oriented humor of the time. Some good sources
for articles, jokes and original material though. Should be in
collectors' archives."

Format: ASCII text
Note: now ceased, this is all that there was, vols
001-026

Access:
WWW: http://curia.ucc.ie/info/net/mags/
Gopher: gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/n/nutworks
FTP: curia.ucc.ie: /pub/mags/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/n/nutworks/

Contact:

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NWHQ

"A hypermedia magazine of art and literature. It is our intention
that the artistic works in NWHQ can be ultimately "grown" into a
network of novel-length literature. As it is not a paper publication
we do not want to approach it as such; instead of a product, it is a
process. It changes and shifts over time, a labyrinth in progress.
Not everything is accessible from the front/homepage. Individual
writers may grow their works, others may dissappear."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.knosso.com/NWHQ/

Contact:
Editor(s): Elizabeth Fischer <[email protected]>

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NYRoxx: the cutting edge of New York's Rock Scene

Format: ASCII text with graphics (self-executing file)
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://emporium.turnpike.net/~WebMall/nyr.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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O Timothy

"A monthly Christian magazine that is in its 12th year of
publication."

Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://wayoflife.org/~dcloud/

Contact:
Editor(s): David W. Cloud <[email protected]>
Postal: Way of Life Literature, 1219 N. Harns Rd., Oak
Harbor, WA 98277, USA

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Oak Ridge National Laboratory Review

"The Oak Ridge National Laboratory Review is a quarterly magazine
highlighting the latest and greatest happenings in the area of
science and technology at the Laboratory. Stylewise, we aim our
magazine at people who are interested in science, but who aren't
necessarily scientists themselves. The Review is also available in
hard copy and is distributed without charge."

Format: HTML (Vol. 26, No. 2 and all subsequent issues)
ASCII (back issues)
Frequency: quarterly (more or less)
ISSN: 0048-1262

Access:
WWW: http://www.ornl.gov/ORNLReview/rev26-2/text/home.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Carolyn Krause <[email protected]>
Bill Cabage <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 615 574 7183
Fax: +1 615 574 1001
Postal: ORNL Review, ORNL, 4500-S, MS 6144, Oak Ridge, TN
37831-6144, USA

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Oasis

"An electronic magazine making the argument that women will never
achieve economic equality with men until millions of women marry men
who earn less than they do. In many of their families, it will make
since for the husband to be the primary parent and for the wife to
devote herself to breadwinning. I write short articles exploring the
latest social scientific, biological, and psychological findings on
this question. For example, if breastfeeding is so great for babies,
how can fathers really be the main parent in charge of raising
babies? How can we really persuade men to do more child raising?
Soon I will add articles by other writers, particularly researchers
(sociobiologists) who disagree with me."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www-leland.stanford.edu/~rmahony/

Contact:
Editor(s): Rhona Mahony <[email protected]>

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Obscure Electronic

"OBSCURE is the zine that profiles the people in this publishing
subculture."

Format: ASCII text
Note: While back issues of Obscure are still available, I
am not putting out any new e-versions. I still do
the print version, though.

Access:
WWW: http://www.uwm.edu/~obscure
Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us: Publications
gopher.etext.org: Zines/Obscure.Electric
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Obscure.Electric/

Contact:
Editor(s): James P Romenesko <[email protected]>
Postal: POB 1334, Milwaukee, WI 53201, USA

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OBZINE!

"OBZINE! is a scene for the other side: the obscene. It is the
reversion of right into perversion. It is the inside out, upside
down, swimming against the stream, pissing against the wind. It is a
bike without brakes, naked with a live chicken between the teeth,
100 miles an hour wrong way down a oneway street, and reality is the
truck."

Format: HTML
Frequency: constant

Access:
WWW: http://www.homeless.com/homepages/[email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Knud Romer Joergensen <[email protected]>

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Oceania Oracle

"Oceania Oracle's slogan is 'No Nonsense New Nation News'. It is
predominently about Oceania, the new country in formation in the
Caribbean."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: twice-weekly

Access:
WWW: http://oceania.org/
FTP: oceania.org: /pub/oceania/
Usenet: talk.politics.libertarian
alt.culture.virtual.oceania
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe oceania-l

Contact:
Editor(s): Eric Klien <[email protected]>
Postal: The Atlantis Project, 4132 S. Rainbow Blvd. Suite
388, Las Vegas, NV 89103, USA

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Omphalos

"Omphalos is a quarterly speculative fiction review magazine
available in a variety of formats. It's still very new (first issue
just out), but we have high hopes for it. Art and text submission
guidelines available."

Format: PostScript (within the week)
ASCII text
HTML
paper (for $$$)

Access:
WWW: http://thule.mt.cs.cmu.edu:8001/sf-clearing-house/zines/omphalos
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Omphalos
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Omphalos/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: SUBSCRIPTION OMPHALOS

Contact:
Editor(s): John R. R. Leavitt <[email protected]>
Andrea J. Leavitt

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One Billion Robots

"Reviews of all the records I've been listening to. Emphasis on indie
/ noise / punk / riot grl / japanese underground / madonna / insipid
pop music / obsolete records"

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.io.com/~wasson/records.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Mike Wasson <[email protected]>

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OneEurope Magazine

"The OneEurope Magazine is (so far) the only European students'
magazine made and spread in the entire continent. Created by the
OneEurope Working Group of AEGEE, the magazine collects opinions on
European issues from different nationalities and cultures, thus
fostering understanding and integration -- especially in the
east-west aspect -- on this continent. Students, politicians,
experts, young professionals make up the authors of this three times
a year published medium."

Format: ASCII
WWW
Frequency: 3 times a year
Note: The OEM is also printed and distributed at 170
European universities. It experiences support by
the German ministry for education and science, as
well as by the European Youth Foundation (EYF) of
the Council of Europe.
ISSN: ISSN 1023-6953

Access:
WWW: http://www.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/AEGEE/oneEurope/
FTP: ftp.ask.uni-karlsruhe.de: /pub/aegee/papers/
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: [email protected] (for
subscribing to the PRINTED magazine!)

http://www.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/AEGEE/oneEurope/oem-sub.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Michael Waibel
<[email protected]>
Philipp von Klitzing
<[email protected]>
Lorenz Spillner <[email protected]>
Sebastian Huebner
<[email protected]>
Frank Brehm <[email protected]>
John Wouters <[email protected]>
Phone: 49-241-51 29 54 (M.Waibel), 49-241-8 32 55
(P.v.Klitzing)
Fax: 49-241-80 35 41 (att. OEWG)
Postal: OneEurope Working Group, at AEGEE-Aachen e.V.,
Templergraben 55, D-52056 Aachen, Germany

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The Online World Monitor

"While the book The Online World describes the online world as it is,
the newsletter tracks changes. It can more freely focus on selected
offerings or phenomena than can be done within the strict framework
of the book. The newsletter contains tales about discoveries that
never made it to the book...Glimpses of the changes in the online
world...Trends... Spotlight on important new developments around the
world."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: bi-monthly
ISSN: 0805-6315

Access:
WWW: http://login.eunet.no/~presno/monitor.html
Gopher: login.eunet.no
Email: [email protected] (put the command "GET TOW
MONITOR" in the BODY of your mail)

Contact:
Editor(s): Odd de Presno <[email protected]>

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Online-Magazine

"Online-Magazine is a general entertainment magazine covering topics
from computer interests to stories about cyberpunks and humor from
around the net. Plus free software and hyperlinks to the net."

Access:
WWW: http://www.online-magazine.com/

Contact:
Editor(s): Steve Steinhardt CIO <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 203 389 1626
Postal: Steve Steinhardt, IS/OOP Group, Online Magazine,
175 Osborn Ave., New Haven, CT 06511-2852, USA

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Ooze

"Ooze is the product of 25 years of government research into the
effects of recomibinant DNA tests on very small children. Ooze is
their spawn. Banned from 38 countries, Ooze has been known, on
occasion, to actually cause spontaneous anerisms in rats. Beware."

Format: ASCII
Mac Application format (with graphics)
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.io.com/user/ooze/
FTP: sumex-aim.stanford.edu
AOL: Keyword: MGM (mac games area) in Publications
archive
Compuserve: Go MACFUN; Ooze is located in the Game Aids/Add-ons
library
GEnie: ???
Usenet: alt.zines
Subscriptions: in mac or text format at [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Matt Patterson <[email protected]>
Postal: 968 Tularosa Dr. #2, Los Angeles, CA 90026, USA

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The Open Scroll

"Monthly web literary magazine dedicated to the freedom of art in the
pursuit of passion, brilliance, and insanity."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.hooked.net/users/toconnor/

Contact:
Editor(s): T. O'Connor <[email protected]>

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OS/2 e-Zine!

"Up to date news, reviews and opinions about everyone's favourite
32bit OS."

Format: ASCII text
HTML
plans for OS/2 view (.inf)
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.isisnet.com/haligonian/os2/contents.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Trevor Smith <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (902) 461-2266
Fax: +1 (902) 461-2266
Postal: 7 Pleasant St., Suite B, Dartmouth, NS, B2Y 3P1,
CANADA
Submissions: [email protected]

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The Other Voice

"We are your typical anti-authoritarian anti-technology
anarcho-primitivist-vegan rag with a pencant for the crude ramblings
of underaged undergrads with no coherent ideology. We are funded by
the Republican National Committee and accept no advertising. We
publish once a month and distribute copies at Trinity, Wesleyan, and
local hospitals. We accept and publish all submissions which meet
the strict standards of the Food & Drug Administration; regardless
of sex, race, religion, or ability to perform bizzarre sex acts with
hand guns. This zine is the shame of three Trinity College students
who find it easier to whine than to rebel. XOXOXO."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.trincoll.edu/othervoi/ov.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Cedric Howe <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 203 297 5160
Postal: Cedric Howe, Trinity College, Box 701236, 300
Summit Street, Hartford, CT 06106-3100, USA

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Our Environment -- Online

"Focuses on "What We Can Do" to help deal with environmental issues
and problems in our daily lives. Published by an award-winning
writer/environmentalist, this publication also features the best of
the environmental press and brief updates on various current issues.
OUR ENVIRONMENT -- ONLINE was recently recognized as being among the
"Top 5% of all World Wide Web Sites" in a survey conducted by
point.com."

Format: HTML
Frequency: three times yearly

Access:
WWW: http://maui.net/~jstark/ournvmag.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Jeff Stark <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 808-579-9109
Fax: +1 808-579-9109
Postal: Jeff Stark, P.O. Box 1048, Paia, HI 96779, USA

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outdoor Nova Scotia!

"Everything that is fun to do outdoors (well, almost everything) in
Nova Scotia. Filled with user reviews of great spots for hiking,
camping, sailing, diving, skiing and others. We also have photos of
many of these locations!"

Format: ASCII text
HTML
plans for OS/2 view (.inf)
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.isisnet.com/haligonian/outdoor/contents.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Trevor Smith <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (902) 461-2266
Fax: +1 (902) 461-2266
Postal: 7 Pleasant St., Suite B, Dartmouth, NS, B2Y 3P1,
CANADA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Outrageous Online Uncle Al!

"Decidedly bent and outrageous philosophical, social, political, and
technological commentary. Mind candy for the severely gifted."

Format: HTML
Frequency: Updated daily with a new essay. All previous essays
are linked.

Access:
WWW: http://vvv.com/adsint/freehand/uncleal/

Contact:
Editor(s): Steven Switzer of Ads International, Inc.
<[email protected]>

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PAGE 203

"Killer zine. Dog pictures. People who should be killed list.
Graphics & fiction & collaborative writings. Snaps of people covered
with goo. Many exciting things. Submissions encouraged."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.webcom.com/~mags/welcome.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Frederick Barthelme <[email protected].st.usm.edu>

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Paine News: Journal of American Commentary

"Designed exclusively for the venturesome spirit alive today on the
Internet, PAINE NEWS is dedicated to the proposition that "IDEAS
COUNT ... PEOPLE COUNT." In-your-face ... politically incorrect ...
sentimental and cerebral ... witty and sacrilegious ... all these
descriptions might apply to PAINE NEWS, so-named to honor the spirit
of Tom Paine, corset-maker, tax collector and co-founder of the
remarkable idea called American democracy."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.mindspring.com/~cudworth/PAINENEWS.html

Contact:
Editor(s): EF Cudworth <[email protected]>
Nick Lester <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 404 377 7641 (EF Cudworth, Decatur, GA)
+1 404 985 5745 (Nick Lester, Centerville, GA)
Fax: +1 404 985 8400
Postal: 1017 East Lake Drive, Decatur, GA 30030, USA

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Parker & Parker SF Stories

"Stories in Speculative Fiction. Word puzzles in SF are also
available."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://haven.uniserve.com/~lparker/parkersf.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Lois Parker <[email protected].com>

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Parthenogenesis

"A ragtag, fugitive zine on a lonely quest for a planet known as
Chicken."

Format: ASCII text
paper

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Parthenogenesis
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Parthenogenesis/
Usenet: alt.zines
rec.arts.prose
rec.humor

Contact:
Editor(s): Dan Herrick <[email protected]>
Postal: Parthenogenesis, PO Box 1424, Fort Collins, CO,
80522-1424, USA

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The Paul Revere News

"The electronic newsletter of The Paul Revere Network (150+ BBSs)
which is dedicated to the right to keep and bear arms."

Format: Downloadable executable file that runs in DOS or
under Windows
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.ionet.net/~ordway
BBS: Paul Revere Network (+1 312 482 9940) --
prnews**.zip

Contact:
Editor(s): Leroy Pyle, Sysop of the Paul Revere Network
Jim Williams (Internet contact) <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 312 482 9910

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PBeMfront Newsletter

"A zine focusing on role-playing games (using any system: AD&D;
BattleTech; GURPS) that are played by email, or with
message-threads, and are moderated by humans -- not computers. The
PBeMfront is a group of people who are interested in joining or
running a game like this. Our newsletter keeps you up-to-date on
where to go and who to see for the role-playing games you want."

Format: Setext (structure enhanced ASCII text)
Frequency: fortnightly

Access:
FTP: ftp.erg.sri.com: /pub/pbm/magazines/pbemfront/
ftp.funet.fi: /pub/doc/games/play-by-mail/magazines/pbemfront/
eWorld: shortcut = "adventures", Village Scribe, "Message
and email based"
Subscriptions: To: [email protected] Subject: I subscribe

Contact:
Editor(s): Giri Fox <[email protected]>

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PC Multimedia & Entertainment Magazine

"A new internet-based magazine dedicated to PC Gaming.... lots of hot
news, great reviews and interviews with some of the leaders in the
computer gaming industry each month."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://mortimer.com/users/pcme/pcme.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): Michael Bendner <[email protected]>

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Persica Ezine

"An interactive literary e-zine with sections for poetry, short
stories, narratives, porse, art and recipes. Created by the members
and adminsitrators of Plantation, a membership BBS. The Persica
accepts submissions from guests as well as members."

Format: HTML
Frequency: daily

Access:
WWW: http://plant.peachweb.com/persica/

Contact:
Editor(s): Brandon Bates <[email protected]>

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Pete and Bernie's Philosophical Steakhouse

"Surreal humour, straight humour, general articles which make the
people who write it laugh long and hard. Possibly offensive use of
language. Averages 5-7000 words per issue."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: first week of every month

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/PAB
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/PAB/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: Subscribe <e-mail address> PAB

Contact:
Editor(s): D. Lawrence <[email protected]>

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Peter Funk Press

"A mythical and satirical news service published in the form of a
small online ezine. It reports what did not happen but probably
should have happened in current events and modern culture. Don't
believe everything you read in it... just like the media."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: approximately twice a month

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/FunkPress
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/FunkPress/
ftp.crl.com: /users/ro/blanning/
AOL: PDA Forum (keyword PDA). Mac users choose the Ezine
libraries button; PC users select "Palmtop
Paperbacks" then the Ezine libraries folder. From
there both users select "Humor" then "Other
Humor."
Compuserve: in the EFF Forum in Zines from the Net; in the
Cyber Forum in Cyberlit/Zines
The WELL: In the Statements Conference (stmt) topic 81, in
the Zines Conference (f5) on the ezine menu.
Usenet: alt.zines
alt.journalism
rec.humor

Contact:
Editor(s): Byron Lanning <[email protected]> or
<[email protected]>

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Phos 4

"Phos 4 covers music, culture, sports, food, sex, computers,
entertainment and fashion. We don't mind lies, if they get to the
truth."

Format: HTML
Frequency: varies monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.Saiph.com/Phos4

Contact:
Editor(s): Jon Armstrong <[email protected]>
Submissions: Lee Skirboll <[email protected]>

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Phrack

"An electronic publication covering all facets of the Computer
Underground. Phrack magazine has been published since 1984 and has
grown to become one of the best sources for information about
operating systems, bugs, telephony and the world-wide hacker
culture."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: quarterly
ISSN: 1068-1035

Access:
WWW: http://freeside.com/phrack.html
FTP: freeside.com: /pub/phrack/
AOL: PhrackMag
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Chris Goggans (aka Erik Bloodaxe) <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 512 448 5098
Postal: Phrack Magazine, 603 W. 13th #1A-278, Austin, TX
78701, USA

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Planet Magazine

"Science Fiction, fantasy, horror, humor, and poetry written by new
or little-known writers. The next issue will be dated September
1995."

Format: ASCII text
DOCmaker (full color, layout, and sounds; for mac
only)
PDF (Adobe Acrobat file with full color and layout)
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
AOL: Writers Club Forum (keyword: WRITERS; the path is
The Writer's Club: Writer's Club Libraries:
Electronic Magazine Library)
Science Fiction & Fantasy Forum (keyword: SCIENCE
FICTION; Science Fiction & Fantasy: The Science
Fiction Libraries: Member Fiction & Scripts
Library)
eWorld: Community Center's Trading Posts (Community Center:
eWorld Live: Trading Posts: Newsletters Folder)
The SF, Fantasy & Horror Forum (Arts & Leisure:
Forums: SF Fantasy & Horror: Alexandria Restored
files folder: In Print)
ZiffNet (keyword: ZIFF; look in Software Central:
Member Exchange: The Bookshelf)
Compuserve: SF literature library (SF & Fantasy Forum; go:
SFLIT; look in the SF literature library)

Contact:
Editor(s): Andrew McCann <[email protected]>

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Play by EMail

"Electronic 'zine about free play-by-electronic-mail games. Reviews,
game openings, information."

Format: ASCII text
HTML (for back issues)

Access:
WWW: http://fermi.clas.virginia.edu/~gl8f/pbem_magazine.html
FTP: ftp.pbm.com: /pub/pbm/magazines/pbem/
ftp.funet.fi: /pub/doc/games/play-by-mail/magazines/pbem/
Usenet: rec.games.pbm

Contact:
Editor(s): Greg Lindahl <[email protected]>

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The Plough Magazine

"The Plough, a publication of the Bruderhof Communities, is dedicated
to all who work for a personal transformation in Christ and for a
radical turn away from materialism, militarism, racism, and impurity
of the world and toward the coming of God's Kingdom."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly, but other information is added to our
Bruderhof Homepages at least weekly.
ISSN: 0740-9125

Access:
WWW: http://www.esslink.com/~brud/bruderhof.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Chris Zimmerman (Editor in Chief)
<[email protected].com>
Allen Page (Webmaster) <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 203/542-5545
Fax: +1 203/542-5548
Postal: Deer Spring Bruderhof, 207 West Side Road, Norfolk,
CT 06058, USA

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Poet's Park

"An attempt to mix art and poetry. We solicit poetry, short stories,
and art (as well as any combination thereof)."

Format: NEOBOOK (PC-DOS based, executable file)
HTML (Web-based)
Frequency: monthly
ISSN: 0146-695X

Access:
WWW: http://www.soos.com/poetpark
FTP: he.net: /pub/soos/poetpark.zip
AOL: EPUB; magazine
Other: Bix
Novalink
Simtel

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Postal: 2745 Monterey Hwy #76, San Jose, CA 95111-3129, USA

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Poll Position

"Summary of the weekly AP Top 25 Poll for Men's Division I college
basketball. Contains a variety of poll-related statistics, comments
and observations by the staff and game of the week picks."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: weekly, during the NCAA basketball season (approx.
Nov. 15-Apr. 1)

Access:
WWW: http://law.uark.edu/bball/poll.htm
AOL: sports section
Usenet: rec.sport.basketball.college

Contact:
Editor(s): Gillmer J. Derge <[email protected].com>

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Poop God

"You can eat Devil's Food, but you can't Poop God. The biggest
mistake one can make is to think this is a scatological zine. Poop
God is a bile riling sarcastic zine designed to debunk life,
politics, trends, entertainement, the whole world by reducing it to
basic human functions - at least metaphorically. There are three
versions - paper, Poopline: Electric Poop God and the on-line Poop
God Uncensored."

Format: HTML
Frequency: Man, we wish we knew!
Note: Currently seeking submissions

Access:
WWW: http://www.globalgraphics.com/Zines/PoopGod/PoopGod.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Postal: Global Graphics, P.O. Box 822, Mountain View, CA
94042-0822, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Postmodern Culture

"A peer-reviewed electronic journal of contemporary literature,
theory, and culture."

Format: HTML
plain ASCII-text
Frequency: three times a year (September, January, May)
ISSN: 1053-1920

Access:
WWW: http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/pmc/contents.all.html
Gopher: jefferson.village.virginia.edu: pubs/pmc
FTP: jefferson.village.virginia.edu: /pub/pubs/pmc/
Subscriptions: [email protected] (or contact the editors)

Contact:
Editor(s): John Unsworth and Eyal Amiran
<[email protected].virginia.edu>
Phone: +1 919 515 2687
Fax: +1 919 515 3628
Postal: Postmodern Culture, Box 8105, NCSU, Raleigh, NC
27695-8105, USA

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PovZine

"PovZine is an magazine distributed in Common Ground format for users
of the PovRay freeware raytracer. It contains lots of 24 bit color
graphics, tips, and other useful information for PovRay users."

Format: Common Ground
PostScript
Frequency: every other month

Access:
WWW: http://www.povray.org/povzine
FTP: ftp.povray.org: /pub/povray/ezine/

Contact:
Editor(s): Keith Rule <[email protected]>

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Power to the People Mover

"Concerned with unusual and noteworthy behavior observed on mass
transit systems, particularly the bus lines."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/People.Mover
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/People.Mover/

Contact:
Editor(s): Minister Altair-Five <[email protected]>
Postal: Minister Altair-Five, 1010 University Blvd. Suite
437, San Diego, CA 92103, USA

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The PPSA Online Magazine

"Road trips, photography, satire and commentary on politics and some
ranting and raving now and then."

Format: HTML
Frequency: 2-3 issues per year, plus back issues online

Access:
WWW: http://www.mxm.com/ppsa/docs/magazine/online.html

Contact:
Editor(s): John Johnson <[email protected]>
Phone: 1 800 863 7772

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Practical Anarchy Online

"An electronic zine concerning anarchy from a practical point of
view, to help you put some anarchy in your everyday life. The
anarchy scene is covered through reviews and reports from people in
the living anarchy."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
WWW: http://www.cwi.nl/cwi/people/Jack.Jansen/spunk/Spunk_Home.html
http://www.wam.umd.edu/~ctmunson/Infoshop.html
Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us: Publications
gopher.etext.org: Politics/Spunk
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Politics/Spunk/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Chuck Munson <[email protected]>
Postal: Practical Anarchy, PO Box 179, College Park, MD
20741-0179, USA

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Practice

"Personal Arts & Letters. Vacillating between personal zine and
litmag, with ambitions toward printing comics, sequential art, and
hypertexts."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://cssun9.vassar.edu/~misuba/PracticeWeb/

Contact:
Editor(s): Mike Sugarbaker <[email protected]>
Postal: Box 1473 Vassar College, Poughkeepsie NY 12601, USA

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The Practice Hall

"The electronic version of Tooth & Claw, a newsletter on myth and
martial tradition. I am the editor and publisher."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.nesc.k12.ar.us/ph_stuff/ph.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Darryl Caldwell <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 509 456 3723
Postal: P.O. Box 511, Spokane, WA 99210, USA

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Prairie Books NOW

"Prairie Books NOW is a magazine that covers books and writers from
the Canadian Prairie Provinces (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and
Alberta). If you don't know about this part of the world, we're no
literary backwoods; Carol Shields, a Manitoba writer, just won the
1995 Pulitzer Prize for fiction. PBN is a lively quarterly with
articles, interviews and news. The online version is web-based and
easily browsed."

Access:
WWW: http://www.magic.mb.ca/~booksnow/

Contact:
Editor(s): Reg Silvester <[email protected]>
Maureen Devanik (Executive Editor)
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 204 947 3335
Fax: +1 204 942 1555
Postal: Prairie Books NOW, 100 Arthur Street, Suite 404,
Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3B 1H3

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PRAISE BOB Magazine

"Human life is a gift, full with the conflict of innocence and
knowledge, beauty and death. PRAISE BOB is about this, articles,
artwork, stories, poetry, other stuff. Forward and extent ..."

Format: HTML
Frequency: updated every two weeks (archives remain online)
Note: also available in paper form

Access:
WWW: http://www.lavondyss.com/

Contact:
Editor(s): Jody Schiesser <[email protected]>
Chris Erickson <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 912 233 1428
Fax: +1 912 233 9313
Postal: 517 East York Street, Savannah, GA 31401, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Prayers to a Broken Stone

"...a zine dedicated to all things Goth in general, and the Sisters
of Mercy in particular."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: whenever i get around to it (approx quarterly)

Access:
WWW: http://www.dnx.com/vamp/Zines
FTP: ftp.maths.tcd.ie: /pub/gothic/

Contact:
Editor(s): corey <[email protected]>
Postal: prayers, 1325 indian, bellingham wa 98225, usa (for
sending review materials ONLY)

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The Principles of Success

"Each issue covers a specific topic dealing with the practical
aspects of achieving success. In addition, practical exercises are
offered to help keep you focused on your goals. Whatever your goals,
desires, or life purpose, you will find this newsletter a useful
reminder of where you're going and how you're going to get there."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: weekly

Access:
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: subscribe success-17

Contact:
Editor(s): Bob Paulhus <[email protected]>

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Proximity: Led Zeppelin Collector's Journal

"An on-line version of the printed edition. Proximity deals with all
aspects of the rock band Led Zeppelin, especially from the fan's
viewpoint. Articles deal with songs, concerts, recordings,
collectables, band members & their lives, and more."

Format: HTML w/in-line pictures
Frequency: 4 times a year (back issues are maintained on-line)

Access:
WWW: http://www.dnaco.net/~buckeye/prox/

Contact:
Editor(s): Bruce Deerhake (Webmaster & Maintainer)
<[email protected]>
Hugh Jones (Editor) <[email protected]>

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Psybernet E-Zine

"Topics include: The art of leadership in communication networks, the
impact on organisations of tele-computing, creating people-enhancing
environments in cyberspace, gender issues in cyberspace,
imagination, metaphors, archetypes, dreams, myths, personal
identity, psychotherapy, and the unconscious. Most of the material
is drawn from the Psybernet Conference and the Psybernet Web Pages."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: occasional and irregular

Access:
WWW: http://www2.chch.planet.org.nz/~walter/p_zine.html
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: sub PSYBER-L

Contact:
Editor(s): Walter Logeman <[email protected]>
Phone: +64-3-377-1206
Fax: +64-3-377-1207

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PSYCHOSIS Magazine

"PSYCHOSIS is a magazine dedicated to a forum of literary, visual,
and other art forms. The art included on each CD is always a
spectacle to see!"

Format: CD-ROM
Frequency: often!

Access:
WWW: http://www.en.com/psy

Contact:
Editor(s): Ari Jay Comet, Mike Comet, Robin Lynn <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 216 464 6033
Postal: PSYCHOSIS Magazine, P.O. Box 22604, Beachwood, OH
44122, USA

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Purple Thunderbolt of Spode (PURPS)

"The Purple Thunderbolt of Spode is the Electronic House Organ of the
Otisians, the followers of the God(dess) Otis and her huge pantheon
of assorted dieties and saints, some of whom exist on the internet
in mysterious places such as hongkong and poland. Each issue
contains announcements of current events, various editorials and
commentaries, letters, dream intepretations, texts of translated
ancient writings, various stories and or parables, news events
pertaining to Otis and an assortment of generally intersting stuff.
Even though we are considered as a serious religious order people
often find our material humorous."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: irregular

Access:
WWW: http://www.tiac.net/users/ighf
Gopher: sit.sop.fau.edu
gopher.etext.org: Zines/Purps
quartz.rutgers.edu: journals/Purps
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Purps/
quartz.rutgers.edu: /pub/Journals/Purps/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe hailotis <your name>

Contact:
Editor(s): Mal <[email protected]>
Postal: IGHF, P.O. Box 390783, Cambridge, MA 02139-0783,
USA

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QL Hacker's Journal

"The QHJ is published as a service to the QL Community. (QL is the
Sinclair QL computer that came out of Britain about 1983, and hit
the US about 1985.)"

Access:
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Tim Swenson <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 513 233 2178
Postal: QL Hacker's Journal, c/o Tim Swenson, 5615 Botkins
Rd., Huber Heights, OH 45424, USA

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Quanta

"Quanta is the electronically produced and distributed magazine of
science fiction and fantasy. As such, each issues is packed with
fiction from amateur and professional authors from around the world
and across the net."

Format: HTML
PostScript
ASCII text

Access:
WWW: http://www.etext.org/Zines/Quanta/
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Quanta
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/q/quanta
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Quanta/
lth.se: /documents/Quanta/
catless.newcastle.ac.uk: /pub/Quanta/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/q/quanta/
AOL: PDA:Palmtop Paperbacks:Electronic Articles &
Newsletters
Compuserve: "Zines from the Net" area of the EFF forum
(accessed by typing GO EFFSIG)
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe quanta-ascii (for ASCII version)
Text: subscribe quanta-postscript (for PostScript
version)
Text: subscribe quanta-notice (to receive a notice
by email when a new issue comes out, instructing
where to retrieve it by ftp or other means)

Contact:
Editor(s): Daniel K Appelquist <[email protected]>
Postal: Quanta Magazine, 1509 R. St. NW #3, Washington, DC
20009, USA

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Questioning Technology

"It's technology criticism consisting routinely of updated essays and
columns on the human impact of modern information technology."

Access:
WWW: http://www.beacham.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Frank Beacham <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 212 873 9349

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Quintessenz

"Quintessenz is a magazine for (net.)culture and commerce provided by
netSphere Austria -- an Internet consultancy. The main language is
German. The magazine is divided into four main chapters: KULT, which
brings you arts and culture; SEMAPHORE, for short and highly
(thought provoking|stimulating) news with emphasis on the "creative"
uses of the infobahn; SEMAPHORE has a sub-chapter, "gear-watch"
where us geeks will find new toys to play with; NET.PEARLS, where
you will find reviews of some of the best places in the net;
PROJEKT, the business side of it: reports of other information
systems we designed, economic info, etc."

Format: HTML
Frequency: at least once a week
ISSN: 1024-8870

Access:
WWW: http://www.netsphere.co.at/netsphere/

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected].co.at
[email protected].co.at
Phone: +43 (1) 40 696 13
Fax: +43 (1) 40 696 134
Postal: netSphere Austria, Kreuzgasse 50/7, A-1180 Vienna,
Austria / Europe
Submissions: [email protected].co.at

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R.A.D! ON-LINE

"Review And Discussion of Rock & Roll Culture. The Rock & Roll
newsletter that's not afraid to be original, each heart-stopping
issue of R.A.D! ON-LINE features interviews, editorials and lots of
CD reviews, as well as columns covering singles releases, reissues,
zines, video and Rock & Roll news. Oh yeah, we've been known to give
away some cool stuff every now and then, too! Published by the fine
folks at CONSPIRACY M.E.D.I.A."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Politics/RAD
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Politics/RAD/
AOL: "Palmtop Paperbacks" section
Usenet: alt.zines
alt.music.alternative

Contact:
Editor(s): Reverend Keith A. Gordon
<[email protected]>
Jesse Garon (West Coast Editor)
Postal: CONSPIRACY M.E.D.I.A, Box 158324, Nashville, TN
37064, USA

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Raging Smolder e-News

"Raging Smolder e-News(tm), a free Internet e-zine with e-mail
subscribers all around the globe, is a compilation from Internet
sources of news, info, events, people, humor, and commentary
(social, political, and personal)."

Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.comet.chv.va.us/rag/index.html
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: Sub RSeN

Contact:
Editor(s): Riff Gibson, Raging Smolder Publications
<[email protected]>

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Rainbow Ridge Creative Colony

"A publication put out by the Rainbow Ridge Creative Colony, in the
Santa Cruz Mountains. As you may know, the Santa Cruz area is filled
with talented musicians, writers, poets, and artists of all kinds.
So, we have taken the initiative by developing a website dedicated
to our creative community, creating "web-celebs" out of our area's
most talented individuals. We are also very involved in fostering a
working online community."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.cruzio.com/arts/lib/sun

Contact:
Editor(s): Allan Lundell <[email protected]>

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Randie and the Everchanging Gorilla

"A collection of miscellaneous creative findings and artistry."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.inetnebr.com/anderson/

Contact:
Editor(s): John Anderson <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (402) 421-3670
Postal: 2821 Tierra #201, Lincoln, NE, 68516 USA

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RANT

"Satire, Reasoning, Commentary. Sexy girls, Free food, Open Bar."

Format: HTML
Frequency: published on a continuing basis; the table of
contents is updated usually weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.clark.net/pub/rant/rant

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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Rare Science

"Rare Science is an e-zine which publishes academic papers in the
areas of the sciences and social sciences. Antioch College students
run this quarterly magazine as both a e-zine and in hard copy."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://college.antioch.edu/~magda/

Contact:
Editor(s): Magda Houlberg <[email protected].antioch.edu>
Postal: Rare Science, P.O. Box 215, Yellow Springs, OH
45387-215, USA

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Rational Alternative Digital (RAD) Cyberzine

"Cool interviews, CD reviews, concert reviews, and other band
information for college music. The World Wide Web site, RAD
Interactive, has tons of photos, interviews, and info. A monthly
text file is also sent out with the latest information to RAD
Cyberzine subscribers."

Format: ASCII text
PostScript
HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://intele.net/~rad/
Email: [email protected].net
Subscriptions: To: [email protected].net
Text: Subscribe

Contact:
Editor(s): Jeff Jolley (Editor-in-chief) and Su Chon (Senior
Managing Editor) <[email protected].net>
Phone: +1 801 269 0694
Fax: +1 801 269 0169
Postal: P.O. Box 171144, Salt Lake City, UT 84117, USA

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Raven's Muse

"An electronic newsletter catering to whatever happens to interest me
at the time. My tastes run from cooking, to the supernatural,
concert reviews, crafting, penny pinching, vacationing as often as I
can (because I am good at penny pinching) and enjoying the good
life. You will no doubt see articles on all the above plus lots
more."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: could be weekly...could be monthly, depends on what
I have to to say

Access:
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Raven <[email protected]>
Postal: Box 362, Shelburne, Ontario, LON 1S0, Canada (for
submitting articles, etc.)

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Reality Sandwiches

"NJ based zine, featuring poetry, essays, op-ed, rants... stuff you
care about, stuff you never thought about caring about... accepts
submissions, etc..."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: about every 2 months

Access:
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/RealitySandwiches/
BBS: The Switchboard (+1 908 298 9709)
The Porch (+1 201 966 2848)
Email: [email protected].com OR darth%[email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Darth <Darth%[email protected]>

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RealPoetik

"We publish the new, the lively, the witty and the exciting in
vernacular English. Any mutually comprehensible dialect will do, as
long as it represents a vernacular. We're modeling ourselves after
little magazines like Exquisite Corpse, New American Writing and
Another Chicago Magazine who have shown an openness to new writers
and new work. And who are not bound to some weirdly
academic/fascist/factional clique of selfpromoting hacks."

Frequency: one or two pages twice a week

Access:
WWW: http://www.wln.com/~salasin/rp94.html
Email: list archives: our entire first year of publishing
(1994) may be obtained through email by writing
[email protected], no Subject: line, and
a single line of text reading: "get rpoetik
Vol1-94" (no quotes; note spelling and
capitalization)
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe rpoetik <Your Name>

Contact:
Editor(s): Sal Salasin <[email protected]>
Postal: Salasin, 840 W. Nickerson Street #11, Seattle, WA
98119, USA

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Recursive Angel

"Looks for and pays a modest fee for high quality
experimental/philosophical poetry."

Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: ftp://suther:[email protected]/maxwell2/users/s/suther/public_html/angel.hl

Contact:
Editor(s): David Hunter Sutherland <[email protected]>

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Red Dye Number 5

Format: ASCII text
print

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/WhateverRamblings/RDNF
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/WhateverRamblings/RDNF

Contact:
Editor(s): Alex Swain <[email protected]>
Postal: 5 Greenview Ave., Princeton, NJ 08540, USA (print
edition is 56 pages long and $2.00 bucks PPD)

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The Redrum Coffeehouse

"Devoted primarily to the darker side of life. Featuring up and
coming artists of a vampire/gothic/bizarre genre of writing, graphic
art, and more. Also includes a variety of other features all related
to the more macabre twists in life."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: monthly, quarterly, depending on rate of
contributions

Access:
WWW: http://www.webcom.com/~redrum/webzine/redrum.html
AOL: keyword "WRITERS", in the Writer's Club Download
Libraries, Electronic Magazines folder
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Sahara <[email protected]>
Postal: Sahara, P.O. Box 112, Nottingham NH, 03290, USA

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The Register

"Fortnightly wholly electronic newsletter containing a mix of news,
analysis, comment and humour on and around the subjects of
semiconductors, operating software and the computer industry in
general."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: fortnightly

Access:
WWW: http://www.cityscape.co.uk/users/ac70/index.html
Subscriptions: [email protected].co.uk

Contact:
Editor(s): John Lettice <[email protected]>
Mike Magee <[email protected].co.uk>

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Reverb

"Techno/Hip Hop Digizine"

Format: Macintosh stand-alone application
Adobe Acrobat .PDF
Frequency: quarterly
Note: Reactivated - see web site for details

Access:
WWW: http://hyperreal.com/zines/reverb/index.html
eWorld: in the Music Universe (keyword "MU") section
BBS: New York Online (+1 718 596 5881)

Contact:
Editor(s): Dan Sicko <[email protected]>
<[email protected]>
Postal: Reverb, Inc., 845 St. Louis, Ferndale, MI 48220,
USA

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revisited

"A personal zine by Arwen Elys Dayton. Miscellaneous and disjointed
essays, stories, etc."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.earthlink.net/~aed

Contact:
Editor(s): Arwen Dayton <[email protected]>

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Right-Wing Doo-Dah

"An electronic journal devoted to the loopy right wing."

Format: ASCII
Macintosh DOCmaker
Frequency: often as possible

Access:
AOL: Desktop Publishing Section: Electronic Publishing
Spin magazine area: Homegrown Digizines
Usenet: alt.politics
BBS: Speaker's Corner BBS (+1 904 448 2020)
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Mark Sablow <[email protected]>
Postal: Laughing Dog Publications, P.O. Box 10891,
Jacksonville, FL 32247-0891, USA

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Rippin' Good Yarn

"An E-zine dedicated to publishing quality science fiction and
fantasy."

Format: HTML
Acrobat
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.3rdplanet.com/rippin.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Elden Williams <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (503) 274-0789
Postal: 921 SW Washington Suite 226, Portland, OR 97205,
USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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The Roadmap to the Information Superhighway

"The Official Roadmap to the Information Superhighway is now a
newsletter. Top Pick by AOL, now goes monthly. All the latest info
about how to do things and where to find people, places and things
on the Internet."

Format: Windows Help file
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://netcenter.com/netcentr/roadmap/index.html
FTP: http://netcenter.com/roadmap/contents.html
BBS: EXEC-PC
Channel1

Contact:
Editor(s): Mike Mathiesen, Lighthouse Productions
<[email protected]>

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Rocky Mountain High: The John Denver Internet Fan Club 'Zine

"Our electronic newsletter is for fans of John Denver. His current
activities/concerts are chronicled as well as any other news. There
is also poetry, commentary by members and other items of interest to
fans of John Denver."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.sky.net/~emily
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: I'd like to subscribe

Contact:
Editor(s): Emily M. Parris <[email protected]>
Postal: Rocky Mtn High: The J.D. Internet Fan Club, c/o
Emily Parris, P.O. Box 3333, Kansas City, KS
66103, USA

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Rogue's Gallery

"The humble beginnings of transferring my paperzine activities at
least partially to the World Wide Web. Previous paperzines have
included _SLAN_ and _The Height Report_."

Format: HTML
Frequency: irregular

Access:
WWW: http://www.greyware.com/authors/Rogoff/ezines.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): Robert Rogoff <[email protected]>

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Rolf

"Offers a variety of information about a city in Germany, which is
called Freiburg. Furthermore there is a homepage of the german
Bundesliga soccer club "SC-Freiburg" and some more "international"
subjects which we have just began to create."

Access:
WWW: http://www.freinet.de/rolf/

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Phone: (0)761 / 70 70 349
Fax: (0)761 / 70 70 349
Postal: Boris Vorberg Internet Services (BOVIS), Talstr.
51, 79102 Freiburg, Germany

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Saku

"A Finnish-language electronic magazine published by Finnish Amiga
Users' Association. It is intended for anyone interested in the
Amiga range of computers. Sometimes it also contains English
information."

Format: HTML
ASCII text (on disk)
AmigaGuide (on disk)
Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.modeemi.cs.tut.fi/~avs/saku.html
FTP: ftp.funet.fi: /pub/amiga/diskmags/Finnish/Saku/
FidoNet: Region 22 internal echo area SF.AMIGA.SAKU contains
weekly bulletins and conversation. We also run a
FidoNet technology network of our own; for
details, contact our editor-in-chief.
Usenet: sfnet.atk.amiga (Finnish newsgroup; contains
important announcements and weekly bulletins)

Contact:
Editor(s): Janne Siren (Editor-in-Chief) <[email protected]>
Antti Vaha-Sipila (WWW Maintainer)
<[email protected]ut.fi>

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Sam Johnson's Electronic Revenge

"_Sam Johnson's Electronic Revenge_ is a freelance-written
essay/opinion, non-technical Web-based magazine for those with a
skeptical, inquiring turn of mind. We value the outlandish and the
iconoclastic but will embrace a defense of the status quo or the
eternal verities, if presented with zest and enthusiasm. We pay
(usually $25) for essays and opinions. No fiction or poetry,
please."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://pobox.com/slt

Contact:
Editor(s): Derek Davis <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 215 222 4956
Postal: Silly Little Troll Publications, 3311 Baring St.,
Phila., PA 19104, USA

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Sarko

"Sarko is a journal of works-in-progress, published bi-monthly, that
is an ongoing attempt at world-building. Someone once accused Sarko
of being "weird Gothic Chinese Cyberpunk." I dunno, if it isn't
perhaps it should be..."

Format: ASCII text
ISSN: 1022-1069

Access:
WWW: http://www.hk.super.net/~bradc/sarko-home.html
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Sarko
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /Zines/Sarko/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Brad Collins <[email protected]>
Phone: (852) 6057212 (GMT +008)
Fax: (852) 605 7238
Postal: dih Press PO Box 1010 Shatin, NT., Hong Kong

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Science Fiction Journalen

"SFJ has as a paper fanzine been the leading Scandinavian sf
newsletter since 1978. The electronic edition - identical to the
paper edition, except for the layout - is a recent addition. SFJ
covers news about books, authors, awards, clubs, conventions etc, in
articles, reports, lists, reviews, even gossip in primarily the
Nordic region, but the most important international news are also
covered."

Format: ASCII text (with 7-bit Swedish character remapping)
Frequency: 4-6 times/year

Access:
FTP: ftp.lysator.liu.se: /pub/sf-texts/swedish_fandom/
BBS: SF-BBS (+46 8 642 40 77)

Contact:
Editor(s): Ahrvid Engholm <[email protected]>
Phone: +46 8 641 34 05
Postal: Ahrvid Engholm, Renstiernas Gata 29, S-116 31
Stockholm, Sweden (subscription to the paper
edition costs 40 SEK to Swedish postal giro 436
32 00-9)

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Science Fiction Weekly

"Science Fiction Weekly is a professional electronic publication of
science fiction news, reviews and short stories. It covers movies,
books, games, other Web sites and nearly anything else related to
science fiction."

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.scifiweekly.com/sfw

Contact:
Editor(s): Craig E. Engler <[email protected].com>
Phone: +1 (908) 766-5665
Fax: +1 (908) 766-5665
Postal: 5 Lyons Mall, Suite 665, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920,
USA

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SCRATCH

"One of the things that kept me from doing something sooner was the
idea that you sort of had to have a focus to do a proper zine. I got
over it. I found a new desire and enjoyment in rambling about
whatever seems appropriate at the time. So here we are."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: yearly, so far

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Scratch
echonyc.com: Pub/Scratch
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Scratch/
Subscriptions: none

Contact:
Editor(s): J Barnett <[email protected]>
Postal: J. Barnett, 15 East 11th Street, NY, NY 10003-4425,
USA

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Scream Baby

"What do I want? Besides world peace, a sexy Mexican maid, and
someone to use their fucking brains around here, I want a really
good all-encompassing-sub-culture zine. Music, literature, art,
television, film, weird space-time kinks, events, information, news,
humor, interviews, and re:views of 'Stuff I Think Is Cool.' Not all
at once, of course. Each issue of Scream Baby will come out whenever
I can scrape together 25-30 kilobytes of really good stuff."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/ScreamBaby
gopher.well.sf.ca.us: Publications
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/ScreamBaby/
BBS: Tejas (+1 512 467-0663) (16.8 HST modem)
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe scream
Other: WWIVNet: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Blade X <[email protected]>

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Screaming in Digital: Queensryche's Internet Magazine

""Screaming in Digital" is a monthly electronic magazine about the
musical group Queensryche. It includes news, commentary, discussion
and classified ads, among other things."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: monthly (15th of each month)

Access:
WWW: http://www.njin.net/~birchall/sid/
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Dan (Shag) Birchall <[email protected]>

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Screams of Abel

"Soae gives you the latest information on Christian metal and thrash,
including new releases, tours, lineup changes, and any other points
of interest."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: Thursday nights weekly

Access:
WWW: http://music.acu.edu/www/jr/metal/soae.html
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Screams.of.Abel
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Screams.of.Abel/
Usenet: alt.rock-n-roll.metal
rec.music.christian
rec.music.misc
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Phil Powell <[email protected]>
Postal: Screams of Abel, P.O. Box 417, College Park, MD
20740, USA

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Scripture Studies

"A journal dedicated to the exposition of the Bible."

Format: ASCII
HTML
Common Ground (Mac, Windows)
Frequency: 10 times/yr

Access:
WWW: http://www.kaiwan.com/~ssper/sstdys.html
FTP: sanar.kaiwan.com: /user/ssper/

Contact:
Editor(s): Scott Sperling <[email protected]>

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Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity

"Web magazine dedicated to audio/video. The magazine has equipment
reviews and articles written by industry notables. Volume 1, Number
1, 1994 is a primer, updated regularly, that describes the entire
field of consumer electronics in easy to understand language."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly issues, with articles in each issue
uploaded as they are ready (about once per week)
ISSN: 1081-3195

Access:
WWW: http://www.sdinfo.com/

Contact:
Editor(s): John E. Johnson, Jr. <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 415-366-1644
Fax: +1 415-367-9630
Postal: P.O. Box 5247, Redwood City, CA 94063, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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SEE World Wide

"SEE Magazine publishes in the tradition of the Village Voice, Now
Magazine, and the Georgia Strait (at least in print). Online, we put
our entire contents on the web in real time (as the issue hits the
streets, we hit the net). As well, we will be soon (ie, in the next
week) featuring searchable databases for our movie and CD reviews,
as well as featuring many many clickable graphics for the hot spots
in Edmonton. BTW, the zine is based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada."

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.tic.ab.ca/SEE/
Other: On the Edmonton Freenet: under the news and weather
directory, under the community news directory.

Contact:
Editor(s): Ron Garth (Print Editor) <[email protected]>
Jeff Barnum (Web Editor) <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 403 439 3752
Fax: +1 403 439 1305
Postal: 10426 - 81 Avenue, Edmonton, Alta., Canada T6E 1X5
Submissions: [email protected]

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SELF-HELP Psychology Magazine

"Serving the particular interests of Internet users, SELF-HELP offers
information ranging from suggestions for children's movies and
software products (and why;) to articles about relationships,
sexuality, work, career, and sports psychology. A Q&A column
addresses your concerns; a professional corner provides colleagial
exchanges, and an exhaustive posting of psychological links and
lists connects you to the rest of our cyberspace community. Our
Bookshelf Catalog can get you almost any psychology book, software,
or product you need."

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.well.com/user/selfhelp
Email: [email protected] (quarterly email newsletter, SELF-HELP
Newsletter)

Contact:
Editor(s): Marlene M. Maheu, Ph.D. <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 619 277 2772
Fax: +1 619 294 8181
Postal: Marlene M. Maheu, Ph.D., SELF-HELP Psychology
Magazine, 106 Thorn Street, San Diego, CA 92103,
USA
Submissions: Laura S. Struhl, Ph.D. <[email protected]>

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SEMA

"SEMA is the undergraduate journal for the University of Toronto
Semiotics department. Semiotics is the study of the sign or of the
nature of representation. We include in our discussions art theory,
post-structuralism, linguistics, anthropology, philosophy, film
theory, feminist theory, and more. SEMA features articles written by
students and faculty on various topics, which include in this issue:
tabloids, advertising, video games, communication, teen magazines,
and more."

Format: ASCII text
WordPerfect
Frequency: once a year

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/SEMA
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/SEMA/

Contact:
Editor(s): Christopher Woodill <[email protected]>

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Sense

"Sense is a very new and very wonderful arts / lifestyle / listings
magazine for London, England."

Format: HTML
Frequency: New isssue every month, reviews and listings
updated every Monday.

Access:
WWW: http://www.virtual.co.uk/sense/

Contact:
Editor(s): The Virtual Publishing House <[email protected]>
Phone: 0171 613 3967
Fax: 0171 613 0129

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Sensitive Skin

"Experimental/Excessive/Humorous Fiction."

Format: HTML
Acrobat
paper
Frequency: bi-annually
ISSN: 1073-1865

Access:
WWW: http://www.interport.net/~scrypt

Contact:
Editor(s): Buddy Kold, Rob Hardin, C.X. Hunter
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 212 477 1066
Fax: +1 212 477 1066 (by appointment)
Postal: P. O. Box 20344, New York, NY 10009, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Shadow Magazine
Shadow Magazine

"Shadow is an electronic magazine providing fiction literature aimed
at young adult readers. Most of the work published is suitable for
readers of all ages, so everyone is encouraged to check it out.
Shadow is an electronic magazine providing fiction literature aimed
at young adult readers. Most of the work published is suitable for
readers of all ages, so everyone is encouraged to check it out."

Format: HTML
print
HTML
Frequency: quarterly
quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://nermal.santarosa.edu/~tmurphy/shadow.html
http://nermal.santarosa.edu/~tmurphy/shado.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Brian Murphy <[email protected]>
Brian Murphy <[email protected]>
Fax: +1 707 542 7114
+1 707 542 7114
Postal: Shadow, PO Box 5464, Santa Rosa, CA 95402, USA
Shadow, PO Box 5464, Santa Rosa, CA 95402, USA

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Shoestring Travel E-Zine

"Shoestring Travel is an e-zine for budget minded travellers who wish
to travel the world inexpensively. Here you will find lists of
budget hotels, hostels, B&B's, restaurants, etc. along with live
reports from people who have actually "been there." In addition, the
editor, posts items of interest which he finds while scouring the
rec.travel usenet groups. Updated frequently -- come back often."

Format: HTML
Frequency: Continuous, updated weekly

Access:
WWW: http://metro.turnpike.net/eadler/index.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Eric S. Adler <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 813 796 8657
Fax: +1 813 738 3272
Postal: Strategic Publications, 2784 Heatherwood Ct.,
Clearwater, FL 34621, USA

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The Shore Journal

"Weekly collection of features, commentary, arts and humor from a
growing group of independent writers. Contributors come from a
variety of backgrounds: working journalists, scientists, a few kids,
some poets, some song-writers, and a fellow in Korea who takes
pictures of lighthouses and fashion models."

Format: HTML Netscape 1.1 (we check for lynx readablity,
though.)
Frequency: Weekly, published Sunday mornings at 11:00 AM EST
Note: The Shore Journal is meant to be thoughtful reading
suitable for the family. While we do cover
serious topics, we do not publish anything we
would not wish our own children to read.

Access:
WWW: http://www.intercom.net/local/shore_journal/

Contact:
Editor(s): Charles Paparella (Editor) <[email protected].intercom.net>
Michael W. Paparella (Contributing Editor)
<[email protected].intercom.net>
Kelley Rouse (Contributing Editor)
<[email protected].ssu.umd.edu>
Jo Campbell (Contributing Editor)
<[email protected].intercom.net>
Phone: +1 (410)-548-3481
Postal: 7491 Titleist Drive, Salisbury, MD 21801, USA
Submissions: [email protected].intercom.net

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Silver's LARP Rag

"Silver's Rag is an in depth e-zine to support Interactive (Live
Action) Roleplaying for the Heartland of America. Interactive
Roleplaying is the next big wave in gaming and the Rag covers all of
the cons, events and clubs that play them. We also cover how to
articles, and cover the resources that both inspire and inform
ENTIRE roleplaying community. So the Rag also covers fan cons,
renaisance fairs, the WEB, Usenet, and anything of general interest
to gamers. Specifically the Rag focuses on the states of Indiana,
Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
Other: Cleveland Freenet's "Gaming Forum"

Contact:
Editor(s): Scott Bachmann (Silver)
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 216 521 6219 (Ask for Scott)
Postal: 2053 robin st dn, lakewood oh 44107, usa

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Singapore Brain

"An off-beat humorous collection of pictures, stories and views about
life in Singapore, unusual and entertaining."

Format: HTML
Frequency: updated every few days, at least once a week

Access:
WWW: http://www.singnet.com.sg/~rufuslin/singbrain.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Rufus Lin <[email protected]>

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Skeptic

"Quarterly publication of the Skeptics Society."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly
ISSN: 1063-9330

Access:
WWW: http://www.skeptic.com/
FTP: ftp.skeptic.com: /pub/skeptic
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Michael Shermer <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 818 794 3119
Fax: +1 818 794 1301
Postal: P.O. Box 338, Altadena, CA 91001, USA

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skew

"skew is a graphic magazine of both local and wider interest. It
contains reviews and essays on current movies, publications, etc.;
hyper-linked features about topics both common and esoteric;
entertainment guides and suggestions; opinion columns, diatribes,
rants, and musings; and anything else we happen to come up with in
the course of the month."

Format: HTML, use of Netscape Navigator recommended
Frequency: published on or around the 15th of every month

Access:
WWW: http://www.ot.com/skew

Contact:
Editor(s): Anabella Wewer <[email protected]>

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SLAP

"SLAP has no goals. This is not a subversive underground e-zine. It
doesn't tell you what is cool and what is not. But it will try and
make you LAUGH."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: monthly

Access:
FTP: ftp.teleport.com: /users/derek/
Usenet: alt.zines

Contact:
Editor(s): Derek Gottfrid <[email protected]>

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Slippery When Wet

"bisexual. penetration-positive. queer."

Format: HTML
ASCII
Frequency: bimonthly
ISSN: 1072-7590

Access:
WWW: http://www.best.com/~slippery/home.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Sunah Cherwin <[email protected]>

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Slither

"inSobordinate Leftists Intellectual Trash Hopefully Earmarked for
Revolution."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Phone: +1 415 487 6209 (voicemail)

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Smack Ya Online

"Weekly news satire, sports, cartoons, and some other cool stuff."

Format: HTML 3.+, Netscape 1.+
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.primenet.com/~asmjr/

Contact:
Editor(s): Andrew S. Mazurkiewicz, Jr. <[email protected]>

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SMASH! Magazine

"SMASH! is a native web publication devoted to the worlds of sci-fi,
fantasy, comics and gaming."

Format: HTML
Frequency: published every other Friday

Access:
WWW: http://smash.cs.com

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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Smashing Pumpkins ezine

"news, info, concert reviews, interviews, discography and updates,
etc. about the Smashing Pumpkins."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: approx. once a month

Access:
WWW: http://www.engr.wisc.edu/~agnew/pumpkin.html
http://pyramid.res.wpi.edu/sp/index.html
AOL: in MTV online, general music messages and Music
Message Center, alternative rock general, both
through keyword Rocklink
Usenet: alt.music.smash-pumpkins
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: sp ezine
Text: the issue you want (if you don't know which
number, I will send you the current issue)

Contact:
Editor(s): Allison Baird <[email protected]> or
<[email protected]>

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SMILE

"SMILE is a name chosen by Monty Cantsin for an international
magazine of multiple origins. The name is fixed, the type of
magazines using it isn't. The purpose of many different magazines
using the same name can be to experiment with a situation for which
no one in particular is responsible. MONTY CANTSIN is a name chose
by Monty Cantsin to refer to an international star who can be
anyone. The name is fixed, the people using it aren't. The purpose
of many different people using the same name can create can be to
experiment with a situation for which no one in particular is
responsible. (Monty Cantsin, 1985)"

Format: HTML
Frequency: more than 200 international issues since 1984
Note: a few SMILE back issues are stored as HTML in The
Seven by Nine Squares

Access:
WWW: http://fub46.zedat.fu-berlin.de:8080/~cantsin/

Contact:
Editor(s): Monty Cantsin <[email protected]>
Postal: Monty Cantsin, Retzdorffpromenade 3a, 12161 Berlin,
Germany (xeroxes of print issues by request)

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Snake Oil

"Your Guide to Kooky Kontemporary Kristian Kulture - for secular fans
of televangelists, etc. E-zine contains highlights from the print
version."

Format: HTML
Frequency: updated/changed periodically -- no set schedule

Access:
WWW: http://fender.onramp.net/~analyst/snake/Snakeoil.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Brother Randall <[email protected]>
Postal: 6102 East Mockingbird #374, Dallas, TX 75214, USA

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Snuff It

"Snuff It is the quarterly magazine of the Church of Euthanasia. If
you've seen those *Save The Planet, Kill Yourself* stickers and
wondered what it all means, this is the magazine for you. What do
suicide, abortion, cannibalism and sodomy all have in common? Of
course they're all good fun, but the real answer is they all help
reduce the population. Americans must die to save the planet. Also
the home of Kevorkian Records, Eat People Not Animals, Thank You for
Not Breeding, and Demons In My Head."

Format: ASCII
HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.paranoia.com/coe/
Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us
gopher.etext.org: Zines/Snuffit
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Snuffit/

Contact:
Editor(s): Rev. Chris Korda <[email protected]> (both electronic
and printed version)
Postal: The Church of Euthanasia, POB 261, Somerville, MA
02143, USA

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The Sober Witness: A Hype-free Guide to the Web

"A monthly magazine which highlights sites that have something
unique, valubal or free to offer. There are also tips and tricks to
using, as well as creating documents for the Web. All this in a
tight package with none of the HYPE that has grown so tiresome."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.itrc.on.ca/~jason/
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Jason Moore <[email protected]>

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Souls in Chaos

"Rants and Raves of a person on earth, contains some morbid prose,
rather funny at times, the editor of the zine is one sick person."

Format: ASCII
WinHelp (Issue 5 and above)
Frequency: monthly

Access:
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Kelvin Muthumani <[email protected]>

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Soup's Up Zine

"Soup's Up Zine is the creation of Scott Clark, and is about free
expression, art, music, religion, poetry, mailart, the Grateful
Dead, Paul-X, other zines, philosophy, political discussions, ---
it's about the underground."

Format: HTML
Frequency: regularly, just about every week something new is
there

Access:
WWW: http://www.phoenixat.com/~warreng/soup.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Scott Clark <[email protected]>

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Sour Grapes Online Literary Magazine

"Fiction, poetry and art."

Format: HTML
Frequency: every few months

Access:
WWW: http://www.bdt.com/home/brianhill/created/

Contact:
Editor(s): Brian Hill <[email protected]>

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Sparks

"A literary zine for creative people. Fiction, poetry, essays, art,
culture, rants, politics, pictures, and other meta-pseudo-stuff..."

Frequency: quarterly
ISSN: 1077-4149

Access:
WWW: http://www.artsci.wustl.edu/~jmesch/sparkspage.html
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Sparks
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Sparks/

Contact:
Editor(s): Jim Esch <[email protected]>
Stacy Tartar <[email protected]>
Postal: Sparks, 232 North Kingshighway, #616, St. Louis, MO
63108-1248, USA (paper copies of SPARKS,
including artwork, are available for $2.50;
subscriptions (4 issues per year) for $8 (U.S))

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The Spill

"The Spill Magazine consists of music news, concert and album
reviews, and much, much more. We wish to act as a springboard for
new bands and record labels that may otherwise be overlooked by
mainstream press."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: monthly

Access:
Usenet: alt.zines
BBS: Computer Link (+1 416 233 5410) in the Spill Mag
forum
Ajax Shuttle BBS (+1 905 686 9297) in the file area
Hamlet's Hamlet (+1 905 457 2917) in the Magazine
Stand
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: David Widmann <[email protected]>

Contact:
Editor(s): Arvin Kashyap <[email protected]>
Postal: Arvin Kashyap, 3055 Harold Sheard Drive,
Mississauga, Ontario L4T 1V4, Canada

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Spilled Ink

"A literary e-'zine consisting of all sorts of literary works --
poetry, prose, songs, short stories, and philosophy -- tending to
deal with the darker side of things, such as: betrayal, anguish,
angst, darkness, doom, question of existence, etc. Also contains
many references, quotes, and themes relating to Courtney Love and
Hole."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://ccwf.cc.utexas.edu/~mooman/spilled_ink/spink.html
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Spilled_Ink
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Spilled_Ink
Usenet: rec.arts.poems
rec.arts.prose
alt.fan.courtney-love
alt.music.nirvana
alt.zines
alt.etext
BBS: Actual Reality (+1 512 873 1900)
After Ours (+1 512 320 1650)
Ice Castle (+1 713 722 5400)
Ace of Spades (+1 512 794 0076)
Howl (+1 713 862 1415)
Sprawl (+1 512 458 3409)
Other: Worldlink Net: Electronic 'Zines and Poetry forums

Contact:
Editor(s): Twilight <[email protected]>

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SPONGE!

"SPONGE! (Simple People Opposing Neverending Gaudy Endeavors) is a
parody of a cult. Our 'bible' is the Hitchhiker's Guide to the
Galaxy and our ever supreme Lord is Marvin the Paranoid Android. The
logic is as twisted as Douglas Adams but there is a distinct
style/taste. (This is not Hitchhiker's Guide regurgitated!)"

Format: ASCII
HTML
Frequency: sermons are sent bi-weekly via e-mail

Access:
WWW: http://neuromancer.ucr.edu/sponge
FTP: neuromancer.ucr.edu: /pub/www/sponge
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Steve(oid) Shah <[email protected]>

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Spontaneous Combustion

"Spontaneous Combustion is an underground music magazine with it's
feet firmly planted in punk rock. We cover many other types of music
as well. For lack of a better description, if you have never seen a
copy of SC, it's like a cross between Maximum Rock n Roll and
Flipside. We have been at it for 8 years now. Recently we expanded
our efforts to encompass the WWW. The WebZine contains much of the
contents of the hard copy zine as well as back issues, sounds and
graphics."

Frequency: hard copy of the zine on quarterly basis; WebZine
updated almost weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.spontaneous.com/scol/

Contact:
Editor(s): Ron Jones <[email protected]>

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St. Louis Sports Online

"StLSO is an online newsletter that aims to provide sports-crazed St.
Louisans (and transplanted St. Louisans) with an additional source
of news, information, and humor about St. Louis-area sports events
and St. Louis-area sports teams. Most issues of StLSO will include
some coverage and reviews of recent major St. Louis sports events,
evaluation of the St. Louis sports media, sports-related hobbies,
fantasy league updates, interviews with St. Louis-area sports
figures, and reader contributions."

Frequency: published every Sunday

Access:
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Mark Bausch <[email protected]>

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Star Facts: An Electronic Journal About the Universe

"Original articles about the universe; "WHAT'S UP there DOC" - a
guide to the current evening sky; "WHAT'S OUT THERE" - a guide to
astronomical resources on the internet; and Reprint Corner:
Astro-Jewels from the 'Net - Reprints of some of the best
astronomical material on the internet authored by others."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.ccnet.com/odyssey/

Contact:
Editor(s): Pete Harris <[email protected]>

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State of unBeing (SoB)

"State of unBeing is a small literary magazine written mainly by
young writers centered around Austin, Texas. Articles, essays,
poetry, and short fiction currently appear in the zine. Our slogan
is "We'll print *practically* anything"; we wish to provide an open
forum for all sorts of writing which would not otherwise find
distribution. Although SoB has been referred to as "too high-brow,"
we hope that it will continue to be, never wanting to lower our
quality or succumb to "Generation-X"-ish stereotypes."

Format: MS-DOS format 7-bit ASCII
Frequency: published every month around the 25th

Access:
WWW: http://io.com/~hagbard/sob.html
FTP: io.com: /pub/SoB/ ftp://ftp.etext.org/pub/Zines/SoB/ (out-of-date)
BBS: iSiS UNVEiLED (+1 512 930 5259, 14.4k) (Home of
SoB)
THE LiONS' DEN (+1 512 259 9546, 2400)
TEENAGE RiOt (+1 418 833 4213, 14.4k): NUP:
COSMIC_JOKE
MOGEL-LAND (+1 215 732 3413, 14.4k)

Contact:
Editor(s): Kilgore Trout <[email protected]>

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Stay Free!

"Stay Free! is an all-volunteer, bimonthly zine distributed
throughout the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill Triangle of North
Carolina."

Format: HTML
Frequency: no longer publishing

Access:
WWW: http://sunsite.unc.edu/stayfree

Contact:
Editor(s): Carrie McLaren <[email protected]>

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Steve Hammer's Web Page

"A collection of award-winning cyberslack humor columns, journalism,
links, sounds and graphics from Steve Hammer, the senior writer at
NUVO Newsweekly, the alternative newspaper of Indianapolis."

Format: HTML (Netscape-enhanced)
Frequency: updated daily, new columns added weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.inetdirect.net/hammer/

Contact:
Editor(s): Steve Hammer <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 317 254 2400
Fax: +1 317 254 2405
Postal: 811 E Westfield Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46220, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Storefront Bar-B-Q Personality Magazine

"My zine is mostly about the weirdoes who inhabit Portland, Oregon,
but a lot of other things creep in."

Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.teleport.com/~swag/

Contact:
Editor(s): swag <[email protected]>

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Strange Ways

"Dedicated to the rock group KISS."

Format: DocMaker (Mac)
ASCII text
Frequency: approx. every 2-3 months

Access:
WWW: http://www.pitt.edu/~zucker/strange-ways.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Adam Zucker <[email protected]>

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Strangeness

"I must admit it... by nature I am a packrat. I see all kinds of
strange stuff around the net and I go "HEy! I miGHt neED ThAt," so I
stick it in my scrapbook. Only, usually I never use the information
again. This is my way of reusing the info i've found... so anyway,
content varies depending on my interests at any given time. Maybe
it'll amuse you... maybe not. I dunno. Oh yeah... it always comes
with a g00d uuencoded picture."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: weekly?

Access:
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Strangeness
gopher.etext.org: Zines/Strangeness
Usenet: alt.music.alternative
alt.zines
alt.music.ween

Contact:
Editor(s): ph00dz aka jon aka <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 602 884 7171

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Streetsound

"street-level DJ-written music magazine & e-zine - techno rap house
rock reggae acid jazz dancehall freestyle industrial bhangra soul
funk alternative r&b latin hi-nrg jungle ambient media hardware
style"

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.phantom.com/~street

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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Strobe

"Alternative/New Music magazine (print) based in L.A., covering
international biggies of interest as well as unsigned locals, and
other goodies in between."

Format: HTML
Frequency: WWW: monthly
print: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.iuma.com/strobe/

Contact:
Editor(s): Victor Bornia <[email protected].com>
John Bitzer
Robin Emerson
Doran Meyers
Postal: P.O. Box 48558, Los Angeles, CA 90048, USA
($9.99/US, $18/outside US)

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Suck

"Shit makes great fertilizer, but it takes a farmer to turn it into a
meal. With that thought in mind, we present Suck, an experiment in
provocation, mordant deconstructionism, and buzz-saw journalism.
Cathode-addled netsurfers flock to shallow waters - Suck is the
dirty syringe, hidden in the sand. You wanted feedback? Cover your
ears and watch your back...it wants you too."

Format: HTML
Frequency: daily

Access:
WWW: http://www.suck.com/

Contact:
Editor(s): Sucksters <[email protected]>
Submissions: [email protected]

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Sunlight Through the Shadows

"A monthly magazine containing fiction, poetry, articles, and reviews
on software, books, music and movies. Online since 1993. Three
versions: plain brown ASCII, Readroom for personal or BBS use, and
the graphic Neobook version. Unsolicited submissions accepted via
e-mail or BBS."

Format: ASCII
ReadRoom
NeoBook (VGA/sound/mouse)
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.crl.com/~jderouen/stts/index.html
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/SunlightThruShadows
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/SunlightThruShadows/
BBS: Sunlight Through the Shadows BBS (+1 214 620 8793)

Contact:
Editor(s): Joe DeRouen (Editor/Publisher) <[email protected]>
L. Shawn Aiken (Assistant Editor) <[email protected]>

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SuperClamp

"A Chapel Hill NC (US) chick zine. SuperClamp is now. SuperClamp
touches on all worlds, dealing each month with money, travel,
health, movies, books, fashion, society, decorating, and
celebrities. Our specialty, however, is the emotional life of
today's young woman, goading you into becoming your best possible
self by understanding both the inner and outer worlds of the
Triangle area. Forget the recession, the flooded job market, the
aimlessness of others -- you CAN! Features include Pick-Up Lines,
Hair Today, the Outrage of the Month, Truth or Dare, and others..."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://sunsite.unc.edu/superclamp/
FTP: sunsite.unc.edu: /pub/electronic-publications/superclamp/

Contact:
Editor(s): the Clampettes <[email protected]>

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The SURFPUNK Technical Journal

"The SURFPUNK Technical Journal is a dangerous multinational hacker
zine originating near BARRNET in the fashionable western arm of the
northern California matrix. Quantum Californians appear in one of
two states, spin surf or spin punk. Undetected, we are both, or
might be neither."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.acns.nwu.edu/surfpunk/
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Submissions: [email protected]

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TapRoot Reviews Electronic Edition

"Short reviews of micropress poetry, experimental literature and art
-- 250+ reviews per issue."

Format: ASCII text, HTML

Access:
WWW: http://wings.buffalo.edu/internet/library/e-journals/ub/rift/jounals/selected/treome/treehome.html
Gopher: wings.buffalo.edu: internet/library/e-journals/ub/rift/journals/selected/tree
gopher.etext.org: Zines/Taproot
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/t/taproot
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Taproot/
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/t/taproot/

Contact:
Editor(s): Luigi-Bob Drake <[email protected]>
Postal: Burning Press, PO Box 585, Lakewood, OH 44107, USA

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Taylorology

"TAYLOROLOGY is a newsletter focusing on the life and death of
William Desmond Taylor, a top Paramount film director in early
Hollywood who was shot to death on February 1, 1922. His unsolved
murder was one of Hollywood's major scandals. This newsletter will
deal with: (a) The facts of Taylor's life; (b) The facts and rumors
of Taylor's murder; © The impact of the Taylor murder on Hollywood
and the nation; (d) Taylor's associates and the Hollywood silent
film industry in which Taylor worked. Primary emphasis will be given
toward reprinting, referencing and analyzing source material, and
sifting it for accuracy."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Taylorology
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Taylorology/

Contact:
Editor(s): Bruce Long <[email protected]>

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Tech Support Tales

"The publication which proves that stupidity breeds humor. It will
never cease to amaze me how silly and befuddled some people get with
their computers. Every day thousands of people turn on their
computers (or try to) and come across a problem which they think
they understand. The results of their actions can be amusing and
often hilarious."

Frequency: approximately once every 4-5 weeks

Access:
WWW: http://128.218.7.140/techsupporttales.html
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: Subscribe Tech Support Tales

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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Technomancer

"Sci-fi, fantasy, horror stories with a cyber-magick twist."

Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://timon.sir.arizona.edu/techno
Email: [email protected]
[email protected] (for
questions to the advice column)

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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The Terrorist Profile Weekly Home Page

"Contains a description of a major terrorist groups' whereabouts,
area of operations, training, manpower as well as funding and other
trivia."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.site.gmu.edu/~cdibona

Contact:
Editor(s): Chris DiBona <[email protected]>

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Thesis: Science, technology and the internet

"A science and technology magazine covering traditional fields like
medical research and information technology plus new developments in
computer imaging, the Internet and science in finance."

Frequency: bi-monthly updates

Access:
WWW: http://www.hyperlink.com/thesis/

Contact:
Editor(s): Clive Davidson <[email protected]>
Phone: +44 171 240 8121
Fax: +44 171 240 8098
Postal: The International Communique Ltd, 76 Neal Street,
London WC2H 9PA, England

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TheWay.com

"A web oriented magazine with a focus on distilling the web down to a
consumable form, instead of it's current overwelmingly sprawling
nature. Imagemaps of favorite sites, links to search utilities and
catalogs, support for Web servers, browsers, dos, windows, and unix
are amongst the things you will find here. We aim to be both a
reference tool, and to provide whatever original information we feel
is not being provided elsewhere. If you need it, and it's not at
TheWay, tell us... TheWay wants to help!"

Format: HTML
Frequency: We are in a state of constant change.

Access:
WWW: http://www.theway.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Jason Goldman <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (201) 963-8755
Postal: 120 Sherman Avenue, Apt. 34, Jersey City, NJ 07307,
USA

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think.: A newspaper of literary and visual art

"A publication of literary and visual art, including short fiction,
poetry, photography, computer-generated art, and other 2-D art.
think. is published by an all-volunteer staff, and accepts
submissions from the public. Publishes artists are not paid, but
retain full copyright for their work. think. appears in both a
newsprint edition and a HTML edition, with content differing
somewhat between the two because of the differences in each media."

Format: HTML
newsprint
Frequency: bimonthly

Access:
WWW: http://think.ucdavis.edu/
Email: [email protected] (automated response with
general information document)
Subscriptions: Subscription list "think-reminder" reminds readers
when each HTML issue is available on the WWW:
To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe think-reminder (your first name)
(your last name)

Contact:
Editor(s): Christian Sandvig (Editor)
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 916 752 8660
Fax: +1 916 752 8677 (please, no FAXed submissions)
Postal: Getting The Word Out Group, 4th floor Memorial
Union, Box #152, University of California, Davis,
CA 95616-8706, USA
Submissions: The think. Executive Board ([email protected])

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This is True

"A humorous, short (900 words), weekly collection of bizarre-but-TRUE
news items from the world's mainstream (non-tabloid) press, with
running commentary by author Randy Cassingham. Also includes a
bizarre "Headline of the Week." "This is True" is a syndicated
newspaper column that is posted on the net about a week after it's
sent to client publications."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: weekly (e-mailed each weekend)

Access:
WWW: http://freecom.com/truehome
Email: Info: [email protected] with message "info
this-is-true". Includes current issue.
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe this-is-true

Contact:
Editor(s): Randy Cassingham <[email protected]>
Fax: +1 500 442 TRUE
Postal: PO Box 91970, Pasadena, CA 91109, USA

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thora-zine

"Thora-Zine Magazine rocks the house like a ten ton spagetto
sandwhich. Pure dust for criminally retarded punk crock terrorists
and psychedelic white light uzis pouring molten lava into a
starburst river of gold. Blue mountains of flying eyeballs riding
through the horizon on a stolen tablet of soul. The future in a pair
of dice and casino show room floor. ESP for WWW."

Format: HTML
Frequency: continually
Note: full-color 100 page print version is available for
$4 mail-order. new issues quarterly.

Access:
WWW: http://www.eden.com/thora-zine

Contact:
Editor(s): brent comiskey <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 512-453-6747
Fax: +1 512-453-6747
Postal: brent comiskey, box 49390, austin, tx 78765, USA

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TidBITS

"A free weekly newsletter that reports on the world of the Macintosh
and on electronic communications."

Format: ASCII (actually setext, structure-enhanced text)
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.dartmouth.edu/pages/TidBITS/TidBITS.html
FTP: ftp.tidbits.com: /pub/tidbits/issues/
AOL: Macintosh Hardware Forum (New Files library and
TidBITS library)
keyword: MHW
eWorld: Computer Center: Software Center from ZiffNet/Mac:
Editor's Choice Library: Electronic Publications
folder: TidBITS folder
Compuserve: MACDVEN #5
Delphi: ????
GEnie: Stack City area
Usenet: comp.sys.mac.digest
BBS: innumerable BBSs
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: SUBSCRIBE TIDBITS <your name>
Other: BIX
AppleLink
OneNet
ZiffNet/Mac

Contact:
Editor(s): Adam C. Engst <[email protected]>
Tonya Engst <[email protected]>
Mark H. Anbinder (News Editor) <[email protected]>
Geoff Duncan (Managing Editor) <[email protected]>

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TikiZine: A Bi-Weekly Survey of All Things Cool

"TikiZine is an e-zine devoted to... Well, we're not quite sure how
to describe it. TikiZine is a grand collection of things our staff
finds interesting and/or amusing; generally, we're concerned with
pop culture stuff (movies, television, music, etc.), but we're not
above the occasional non sequitur."

Format: HTML
Frequency: published the first and fifteenth of each month

Access:
WWW: http://www.students.uiuc.edu/~cricket/tikizine/

Contact:
Editor(s): Dan Kast (Editor-in-Chief) <[email protected]>

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tilt

"tilt is an antimilitaristic magazine published by organizations of
conscientious objectors in Germany. As a tilt reader, you are
well-informed about news and facts concerning conscientious
objection, military, militarism, pacifism, alternative services, the
future of conscription in Europe, the "new role" of the Bundeswehr
etc. Our paper edition is in German, on the Web there's an English
abstract of each issue's main items."

Format: ASCII text
HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.snafu.de/~campaign/tilt.html
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Markus Ermert <[email protected]>
Stephan Scholz <[email protected]>
Phone: +49-30-4552338
Fax: +49-30-3928408
Postal: tilt c/o M. Ermert, Liebenwalder Str. 1a, D-13347
Berlin, Germany

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TimeWasters Online Magazine

"TOM is in Dutch and is intended for all Dutch-reading people on the
Internet. The topics are often computer-related, but we also have
regulars like a book review, a music column and a recipe section.
The magazine is based in Eindhoven, because it has grown from a
group of students of Eindhoven University of Technology called the
Incredible TimeWasters (since 1989)."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.win.tue.nl: tue/tw/TOM
Subscriptions: To: [email protected].nl (a HUMAN will read the
messages!)

Contact:
Editor(s): Erlend Nagel <[email protected].nl>
Koen Holtman
Paul Rambags
Submissions: [email protected].nl

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TLeM (THE LIGHTHOUSE electronic MAGAZINE)

"A monthly Christian music magazine featuring an upcoming album list,
album reviews, artist interviews, news releases, indies, and more."

Format: HTML
ASCII (emailed)

Access:
WWW: http://www.netcentral.net/lighthouse/index.html
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Lighthouse
learn.etc.bc.ca: test/ixthous/lighthouse
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Lighthouse/
Email: [email protected] or
[email protected].acs.psu.edu
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe lighthouse-list <your name>

Contact:
Editor(s): J. Warner Soditus <[email protected].acs.psu.edu>
Beth Blinn
Phone: +1 814 238 6730
Postal: The Lighthouse, 256 East College Avenue, Suite 302,
State College, PA 16801, USA

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To Be Continued

"The newsletter of the Midwest Science Fiction and Fantasy
Association. The MSFFA is a 'not for profit' fannish support
network. The zine covers conventions in the midwest area, SF/f
related news, and faanish contact.Comments, submissions (we handle
both Mac and PC formats!) and information are gleefully accepted!"

Format: ASCII text
World Wide Web
Frequency: bi-monthly
Note: Membership in the MSFFA is 5.00, for 4 issues, and
will also count toward membership at a convention
to be held in the South Bend, Indiana, area.

Access:
WWW: http://thule.mt.cs.cmu.edu:8001/sf-clearing-house/zines/to-be-continued/
http://www.nd.edu/?rjervis/
AOL: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): R.allen Jervis <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 219 272 7499
Postal: MSFFA, P.O.B. 665, South Bend IN 46624-0665, USA

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Tokyo Q

""Tokyo Q" looks at the wry side of life in Tokyo, Japan. There are
sections on restaurants, things to do, and upcoming events."

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://shrine.cyber.ad.jp/~rok/lastweek.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Ian Kennedy <[email protected].cyber.ad.jp>

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Tom Cool's E-zine of Science Fiction

"An electronic magazine of science fiction short stories with graphic
art."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.xmission.com/~gastown/cool

Contact:
Editor(s): Tom Cool <[email protected]>

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Transient Images

"An e-zine dealing with everything Television or Movies. Distributed
every Wednesday to its mailing list, T.I. contains news on current
and upcoming shows and movies."

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: distributed every Wednesday

Access:
WWW: http://www.cais.com/jpadgett/www/home.html
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: ADD TI <your address>

Contact:
Editor(s): Alex Agostini <[email protected]>
Jol Padgett <[email protected]>

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TravelASSIST Magazine

"TravelASSIST MAGAZINE features world-class travel articles, photo
essays, and destination information."

Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://travelassist.com/mag/mag_home.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Bruce Murray <[email protected]>

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Travelmag

"The Travelmag is a monthly magazine for independent travellers, and
features illustrated reports from all over the world as well as
health and news reports. Travel News and special deals refer mainly
to its home market of the UK but there's plenty to interest
travellers of every nationality and there are plans to expand. On
the first of each month the Travelmag is completely updated so take
a look at the home page now."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.travelmag.co.uk/travelmag/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Jack Barker (Publisher) <[email protected].rednet.co.uk>
Phone: (0)117 9499 656
Fax: (0)117 9719 689
Postal: 40 Brecknock Road, Bristol BS4 2DD, UK

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TRAX

"TRAX, a biweekly music guide since 1985 is available now as an
e*zine for disc jockeys, radio & club programmers, music
journalists, retailers and any dance music enthusiast who wants to
be tuned in to the progressive edge and what is happening in the
industry, in the clubs and on the streets. Based on American*Trax
Record Pool DJ playlists and our unique brand of market research,
TRAX delivers highlights of American dance music news to your
desktop as it happens -- hip-hop, house, rap, pop, dance, r&b, funk,
energy and more. Hookup to the TRAX*USA GuideLine for a
subscription, directions below. We've got the music going on. TRAX,
a registered trademark. To serve the beat!"

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: monthly+

Access:
WWW: http://www.traxusa.com/
AOL: [email protected]
Compuserve: Go! TRAXUSA
Usenet: alt.music.dance
alt.music.makers.dj
BBS: TRAXnet (+1 310 324 9632) or Telnet to scbbs.com
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: SUBSCRIBE

Contact:
Editor(s): JC Fishman (publisher/webmaster)
<[email protected].com>
Michael Love (music editor/spinmaster)
<[email protected].com>
Phone: +1 310 659 7852 (tue-fri 12-5)
Fax: +1 310 659 7856
Postal: TRAX, 111 n. la cienega blvd., beverly hills, ca,
90211, USA

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TreasuryLog

"Informations for Treasurers and Finances (in german language)."

Access:
WWW: http://www.gopublic.co.at/gopublic/TreasuryLog/

Contact:
Editor(s): Mag. Sabina Schwabe
Thomas Schwabe <[email protected]>
Phone: +43-(0)2252-490 100
Fax: +43-(0)2252-490 10 90
Postal: TreasuryLog c/o GO PUBLIC, Badner Strasse 3/21,
A-2500 Baden-Siegenfeld, Austria

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The Trincoll Journal

"The Trincoll Journal is the Internet's only weekly multimedia
magazine. Housed on the World Wide Web since the birth of Mosaic
(1993), the Trincoll Journal has been criticaly aclaimed as, "one of
the best looking magazines on the net." The subject matter of the
magazine is non-technical, general interest -- with weekly columns
ranging from Sex & Relationships to Current Events. The Journal's
core staff is located at Trinity College in Hartford CT., however
its content is truly collaborative. Correspondents from others
schools and organizations on the Internet frequently contribute
articles, art, and creative works for inclusion in each issue. Read,
submit, take a look..."

Format: World Wide Web document
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.trincoll.edu/tj/trincolljournal.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Frank Sikernitsky <[email protected]>

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True Tales of the Chapel Hill Scene

"Web-activated short stories based on real events that actually
happened in and around Chapel Hill NC. Live life as a vicarious
scenester even if you actually live outside of Chapel Hill /
Carrboro! Learn more about the hyped up hometown of all those great
NC Bands!"

Format: HTML
Frequency: irregular, as new stories are published;
contributors welcome

Access:
WWW: http://sunsite.unc.edu/faint/tt.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): Blaise Byron Faint <[email protected]>

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TwentyNothing

"TwentyNothing was a quarterly electronic magazine, written by young
and rising writers, all in their twenties."

Note: Now defunct.

Access:
WWW: http://www.mit.edu:8001/afs/athena.mit.edu/user/t/h/thomasc/Public/twenty/intro.hl
FTP: ftp.uu.net: /published/twentysomething/

Contact:
Editor(s): Thomas Colthurst <[email protected]>

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Twilight World

"An all-format on-line magazine aimed at everybody who is interested
in any sort of fiction -- although it usually tends to concentrate
on fantasy and science-fiction."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Twilight_World
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Twilight_World/
Usenet: alt.zines
alt.prose
rec.arts.prose

Contact:
Editor(s): Richard Karsmakers <[email protected]>
Postal: Richard Karsmakers, P.O. Box 67, NL-3500 AB,
Utrecht, The Netherlands

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The Tyranny Corps

"The Tyranny Corps is a zine dedicated to expanding the bounds of
what Gothic means. In this magazine you will not find stories about
androgyny and vampires. Nor will you find blatent cliche ridden
poetry and fiction. What you will find are article, stories, essays,
poems, rants and raves which explode the tired definitions of
Gothic. The Corps offers insight, entertainment and information
which ignore boundaries and pretensions. Or something like that..."

Format: HTML
Frequency: hopefully every three to four months

Access:
WWW: http://tyranny.com/tyranny/

Contact:
Editor(s): Chris Rapier <[email protected]>

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U/Laff

"All original humor, from jokes to comics to pranks to incoherent
ramblings, updated weekly. Professional comedy writers with credits
like THE ARSENIO HALL SHOW, BILL NYE THE SCIENCE GUY, ALMOST LIVE!,
IN LIVING COLOR and more contribute, as do non-pros, whose work is
often actually funny."

Format: HTML (Netscape enhanced but small gifs)
Frequency: weekly since May, currently over 70 pages of humor

Access:
WWW: http://www.uspan.com/u-laff

Contact:
Editor(s): Scott Schaefer <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (206) 340-1962
Postal: P.O. Box 4672, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

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The Underground Review

"The Underground Review (TUR) is an electronic smorgasbord of
magazines/books/etc. from the "underground." Each month TUR will
feature an obscure magazine or book that our editorial staff thinks
you will find of interest. TUR will endeavor to unearth publications
that will be interesting and instructive. We will bring you
provocative information that is not readily available to the average
person. Subjects may include: taxes, natural rights, the American
legal system, U.S. Constitution, failure of the public school
system, 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 9th & 10th Amendments, privacy,
alternative health, IRS/government abuse and various other subjects
relating to freedom."

Format: "Neobook" executable file that runs in DOS or under
Windows
HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.ionet.net/~ordway/
http://CHSGate.central.kcmsd.k12.mo.us/~ksheumak/
http://www.cs.ucdavis.edu/virt-town/library.html
http://galaxy.einet.net/EINet/staff.html
http://www.primenet.com/~lion/bookmark.html
AOL: Keyword: "epub", then search for "underground
review"
BBS: Paul Revere Network Headquarters BBS (+1 312 482
9940)
Magna Carta BBS (+1 405 631 1664)

Contact:
Editor(s): Jim Williams <[email protected]>
Postal: Ordway Press Limited, 3171 S. 129 E. Ave., Suite
182, Tulsa, OK 74134, USA

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Underscope Magazine

"Underscope Magazine is a local freezine (Southern California) that's
covered both the Southern California and (inter)nat'l music world
for a little over two years. Special editorial fetishes are
alternative, punk, noise/avant garde, industrial and techno, but
we're open to pretty much anything. We've got extensive live show
coverage (So. Cal only) and demo coverage (So. cal also,usually),
but if you're signed to an indie, even a lesser known indie, and are
from out of state, we'll at least give it a shot. We distribute
25,000 copies monthly and as of this month are going to be online at
HALLUCINET."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.hallucinet.com/underscope/

Contact:
Editor(s): Chad D. <[email protected]>
Jiji J. <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (909) 371-7443
Fax: +1 (909) 735-6664
Postal: Underscope Magazine, P.O. Box 1203, Corona, CA
91718-1203, USA

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UnderWorld

"An Australian take on alternative music and mainstream journalism
hatred. It's also got some stuff about the death of Louise Dickinson
-- publisher of Lemon, Australia's best known paper zine."

Access:
WWW: http://www.aussiemusic.com.au/underworld

Contact:
Editor(s): David Higgins <[email protected]>

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The Undiscovered Country

"the undiscovered country is a netzine put out by myself and my
coeditor, l.b. noire. it is the latest flatulence from our brains
regarding life/art/literature/cyberspace/philosophy/etc. it's a
large enchiladaesque bunch of stuff."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
WWW: http://mondrian.math.swt.edu/~rm09216/
Gopher: gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/u/undiscovered-country
gopher.etext.org: Zines/The_Undiscovered_Country
wiretap.spies.com: Library/Zines/Undiscov
FTP: www.std.com: /obi/Zines/Undiscovered.Country
ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/u/undiscovered-country
ftp.uu.net: /doc/literary/obi/Zines/Undiscovered.Country
ftp.uwp.edu: /pub/music/lists/tuc
unix.hensa.ac.uk: /pub/uunet/doc/literary/obi/Zines/Undiscovered.Country
ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/The_Undiscovered_Country/
Usenet: alt.zines
alt.evil
alt.conspiracy

Contact:
Editor(s): S.R. Prozak <[email protected]>
L.B. Noire <[email protected]>
Postal: The Undiscovered Country, 14302 Kellywood, Houston,
TX 77079, USA

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Unit Circle Magazine

"An eclectic magazine of art, prose, poetry, music reviews, and
liberal commentary."

Format: Postscript
HTML
Unit Circle Interactive on Mac or PC
paper
Frequency: tri-annually

Access:
WWW: http://www.etext.org/Zines/UnitCircle
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/UnitCircle
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/UnitCircle/
Email: [email protected].org
Subscriptions: [email protected].org

Contact:
Editor(s): Kevin Goldsmith <[email protected].org>
Derek Chung <[email protected].org>
Postal: Unit Circle, PO Box 20352, Seattle, WA 98102, USA

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UNIVATIV

"A monthly student's magazine, available free for every student of
the local university. It is financed without any advertisements,
only by student's money."

Frequency: paper: six times a year

Access:
WWW: http://www.uni-lueneburg.de/asta/univativ/uvstart

Contact:
Editor(s): Philipp Mueller <[email protected]>
Phone: (0049) 04131-401710
Fax: (0049) 04131-404612
Postal: Wilschenbrucherweg 84, 21335 Lueneburg, Germany

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Unplastic News

"the odd e-mail magazine w/a fever"

Format: ASCII text

Access:
WWW: http://www.well.com/Community/WholeEarth/tt.home/un.html
Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us: Publications/online_zines/Unplastic
gopher.etext.org: Zines/Unplastic_News
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/u/unplastic-news
FTP: ftp.cic.net: /pub/e-serials/alphabetic/u/unplastic-news/
ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Unplastic_News/
quartz.rutgers.edu: /pub/journals/

Contact:
Editor(s): todd tibbetts <[email protected]>

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URBAN

"URBAN magazine is a magazine with articles slanted toward
hip-hop/rap listeners and/or interested parties. The articles range
from music review, TV & movies reviews, information materials, and
self-defense devices and devices of mischief. :)"

Format: ASCII
Frequency: every 2-4 weeks

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Urban
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Urban/
ftp.eff.org: /pub/Publications/CuD/URBAN/
aql.gatech.edu: /pub/Zines/Urban/

Contact:
Editor(s): Lo-Life & Wisdom <[email protected].wwa.com>

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Urban Desires

"Food, words, performance, style, technology, art, music, travel and
sex. May you get all you desire."

Format: HTML
Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://desires.com/

Contact:
Editor(s): Kyle Shannon <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 718 638 7281
Fax: +1 718 638 7316
Postal: 113 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217, USA

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Utterants...

"Utterants... is a literary/arts quarterly with an on-line location.
We are dedicated to publish the highest quality poetry, prose, and
artwork we receive, either from previously published writers/artists
or novices."

Format: HTML
Frequency: Monthly on-line, Quarterly on paper
Note: Currently seeking submissions

Access:
WWW: http://www.globalgraphics.com/Zines/Utterants/Utterants.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Postal: Global Graphics, P.O. Box 822, Mountain View, CA
94042-0822, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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uXu

"Swedish-based series written in English containing any topic you
probably could think of."

Format: ASCII text

Access:
WWW: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~chief/
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/UXU
gopher.cic.net: e-serials/alphabetic/u/uxu
FTP: ftp.lysator.liu.se: /pub/texts/uxu/
ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/UXU/
redshift.com: /phallicide/Zines/uXu
BBS: +46 13 175042
BBSes in a number of countries including the US,
Canada, Holland, Australia, Switzerland, Belgium,
Germany and Sweden.
Subscriptions: [email protected]
(subscribe/questions)

Contact:
Editor(s): Erik Soderstrom <[email protected]>
Postal: uXu, c/o Svensson, Kantorsg. 4:415, 754 24 Uppsala,
Sweden

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Vagabond Monthly

"Vagabond Monthly is a magazine of American culture. Each month, we
visit a new town somewhere in America and take it apart to find out
what makes it tick. We riff on the history and sociology of the
place, and also on whatever economic madness drives it. We interview
the people, we take pictures and we write it all up in the slickest
prose we can manage. Other features: Hometown, written by our
readers about towns they're especially fond of; and the Ameri-Quiz,
a monthly Q&A of fun facts about the USA."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.globaldialog.com/~tpatmaho/

Contact:
Editor(s): tim mahoney <[email protected]>

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Verbiage Magazine

"A short fiction magazine on the World Wide Web which pays for
stories and allows readers to comment publicly on each story."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://sunsite.unc.edu/boutell/verbiage/

Contact:
Editor(s): Thomas Boutell <[email protected]>

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VIBE

"VIBE is the magazine of American urban music and youth culture. Our
WWW server contains full-length excerpts from the paper version with
photos, sound clips and video."

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://www.vibe.com/
http://www.timeinc.com/vibe/
BBS: New York Online, a FirstClass BBS in New York, USA
(+1 718 596 5881)
Email: [email protected].com

Contact:
Editor(s): Ben Map <[email protected].com>
Siddiq Bello (Webmaster) <[email protected].com>
Phone: +1 212 522 7092
Fax: +1 212 522 4578
Postal: 205 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10016, USA

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Virkbilagan

"Virkbilagan is a personalzine, that is a personally oriented sf
fanzine, with chitchat around various subjects, sometimes about sf
and sf fandom. It is presently published weekly, and the language is
Swedish. Each issue is 21-22 K in length."

Format: ASCII text (with 7-bit Swedish character remapping)
Frequency: weekly to bi-weekly

Access:
FTP: ftp.lysator.liu.se: /pub/sf-texts/swedish_fandom/

Contact:
Editor(s): Ahrvid Engholm <[email protected]>
Postal: Ahrvid Engholm, Renstiernas Gata 29, S-116 31
Stockholm

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ViroVision Hyper-Zine

"A monthly publication with articles, site listings, reviews, humor
and Internet assistance."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.primenet.com/~virogen/

Contact:
Editor(s): Viro <[email protected]>

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The Virtual Compass

"Online magazine for Northlake Church in Kirkland, WA. A bunch of our
members are Microsoft types, so we expanded our printed newsletter.
We are having a lot of fun imagining the directions it will take --
video, etc."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.wolfe.net/~uujim/vcptr.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): Jim Mason <[email protected].net>

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The Virtual Mirror

"The Virtual Mirror offers a wide variety of content, covering both
the Internet and the world at large. The Mirror offers articles on a
variety of subjects, as well as software, book, CD-ROM and movie
reviews. In addition to such regular features as our "Catch of the
Week" and New Sites pages, the Mirror features an arts supplement,
an active gardening section and several fractal galleries."

Format: HTML
Frequency: updated on an continuing basis

Access:
WWW: http://mirror.wwa.com/mirror/

Contact:
Editor(s): Bob Stewart <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 202 232 3433
Postal: Bob Stewart, 1835 Lamont St., NW, Washington, DC,
20010

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Virtual Pathways

"This zine is dedicated to Backpacking and hiking. Its inaugural
issue was in July of 1995."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://edge.edge.net/~jhbryan/pathways/toc.html

Contact:
Editor(s): James Bryan <[email protected].net>

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Virtually Redundant

""Because redundancy is a state of art." An arts & humanities zine."

Frequency: quarterly, except for special editions which are
random

Access:
WWW: http://www.unt.edu/~price/red/

Contact:
Editor(s): Aaron Price <[email protected].acs.unt.edu>
Postal: Redundantly, 524A s. carroll #203, denton tx 76201
usa (available print w/color $1 + a stamp)

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ViRuS

"An 'Emore994z9' for people who don't care much about sense. In(s)ane
poetry and rants; music reviews, interviews and samples; weird
science facts; musings on the wacky world of politics; art; and
whatever else comes our way or assaults our sensibilities."

Format: HTML
Frequency: kinda monthly

Access:
WWW: http://mercury.sfsu.edu/~phlen/

Contact:
Editor(s): Phred Lender (editor/chief perp.) <[email protected]>
Keith Brown (editor/perp.) <[email protected]>
Postal: ViRuS, 123 1/2 Shotwell St., SF, CA 94103, USA
Submissions: [email protected]

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Virus Internet Fanzine

"Located on the beautiful downtown Web Wide World Of Music adjacent
to The Ultimate Band List. Mostly just weird stuff. Music, bondage,
prison correspondents, babes, babes named Otis, transvestites,
glitzy Hollywood live show reviews, Basically, home of the truly
wack."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly (we think)

Access:
WWW: http://198.147.111.1/Virus/

Contact:
Editor(s): Jen Garber <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 818 972 4388
Postal: 3500 W. Olive Ave. Suite 1550, Burbank, CA 91505,
USA

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Vision? Nary!: The journal that espouses nothing, and therefore espouses something

"A magazine dedicated to "Mirth, Merriment, Insanity, Death, and
Destruction," Vision? Nary! publishes humor, satire, reviews, and
other things that we may deem witty or interesting. V?N! is also
published in print form, and we've had some nice reviews from
Factsheet 5, MRR, and the Joe Bob Report."

Format: HTML
Frequency: quarterly, after print issue is out

Access:
WWW: http://www.teleport.com/~vision/
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): David Raffin <[email protected]>
Postal: P.O. Box 2161, Longview, WA 98632, USA

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Vision Quest: the journal of myths, legends, roleplaying, & storytelling

"In the quarterly journal Vision Quest, we discusss myths, legends,
roleplaying, & storytelling: their origins and how these different
forms relate to each other. Regular columns, feature articles and
reviews are regular parts of the journal."

Format: Acrobat
Frequency: quarterly

Access:
WWW: http://www.io.com/~mjg/
FTP: ftp.indiana.edu: /pub/doc/camarila/Visionary/
AOL: keyword: GCS
Usenet: io.games.visionary (io.com subscribers only)
Email: [email protected]
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe visionary-l "your name"

Contact:
Editor(s): Mitchell J. Gross <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 516 626 3500
Fax: +1 516 626 3500 (call first)
Postal: Visionary Publishing, 45 Valentines Lane, Old
Brookville, NY 11545, USA

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Voices from the Net

"There are a lot of folks with at least one foot in this complex
region we call (much too simply) 'the net.' There are a lot of
voices on these wires. From IRC to listservs, MUDspace to e-mail,
Usenet group to commercial bbs -- all kinds of voices -- loud and
quiet, anonymous and well-known. And yet, it's far from clear what
it might mean to be a 'voice' from, or on, the net. Enter Voices
from the Net: one attempt to sample, explore, the possibilities (or
perils) of net.voices. Worrying away at the question. Running down
the meme. Looking/listening, and reporting back to you."

Format: Macintosh HyperCard stack
ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Voices
FTP: aql.gatech.edu: /pub/Zines/Voices_from_the_Net/
ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Voices/
wiretap.spies.com: /Library/Zines/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: Voices from the Net
Text: subscribe

Contact:
Editor(s): Bookish <[email protected]>
CountZer0 <[email protected]>
NEURO <[email protected]>

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VOID

"-=VOId=- what is it? What planet does it come from? And does it eat
cabbage? Humm.. well VOId is a FREE, e-mag distributed by e-mail to
a good few chappies/chapesses.. VOId covers many subjects which
include such nail bitting topics as.. PC's, Internet, ASCII art, and
a large blob of other super interesting things. So why not
subscribe? I know I would."

Format: ASCII

Access:
FTP: red.css.itd.umich.edu: /pub/Zines/VOId/
BBS: INDEX III (+44 0602 855607)
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: void
Text: ADD

Contact:
Editor(s): Phil Bird <[email protected]>
Postal: Phil Bird, 41 Windsor Walk, South Anston, Sheffield
S31 7EL, England

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WAM: words about music

"WAM is the newsletter of Periscope CDs and Tapes, published on paper
and electronically to share our love and knowledge of the music that
we think deserves to be recognized. The newsletter contains REviews
INTERviews and OUR views about music in general."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: monthly

Access:
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscibe wam <your address> (back issues can
also be requested through this server)
Other: Also available on-line at the east central Illinois
free-net "prairienet" <prairienet.org>: Login as
"visitor" and then type "go periscope"; see for
yourself.

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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The Washington Weekly

"Weekly political magazine offering conservative opinion, unbiased
news reporting, and extensive information on bills, speeches, and
documents. Covers many stories that are overlooked by the mainstream
media. Subscription required."

Format: ASCII
Frequency: weekly

Access:
WWW: http://dolphin.gulf.net/
Gopher: dolphin.gulf.net
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Marvin Lee <[email protected]>

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We Magazine

"poetry"

Format: ASCII text

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/We_Magazine
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/We_Magazine/

Contact:
Editor(s): Stephen Cope
James Garrison
Angela Coon
Eric Curkendall
Jay Curkendall
Roddy Potter
Chris Funkhouser
Belle Gironda
Ben Henry
Katie Yates <[email protected]>
Postal: We Press, Postoffice Box 1503 Santa Cruz, CA 95061,
USA

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The Weaver: a monthly Spirituality, Consciousness and New Age magazine.

"The Weaver is a monthly Web magazine that explores current
developments in human consciousness and ancient spiritual wisdom. It
covers mythology, astrology, deities, eastern traditions,
psychology, psychotherapy, holistic health and new age."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly (fully updated on the 25th of every month)

Access:
WWW: http://www.hyperlink.com/weaver

Contact:
Editor(s): Alex Campbell and Michelle Pilley
<[email protected]>
Phone: +44 171 240 8121
Fax: +44 171 240 8098
Postal: The International Communique Ltd, 76 Neal Street,
London WC2H 9PA, England

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Web Developer's Journal

"Web Developer's Journal covers subjects of interest to businesses
and individuals using electronic formats to communicate -- on the
Internet and elsewhere. Information about HTML development,
electronic publishing, on-line services, reviews of modems and
communications software, compression technology, comparisons of the
best HTML authoring tools, and user stories will all be here."

Format: HTML
Frequency: daily

Access:
WWW: http://www.awa.com/nct/software/eleclead.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Bruce Morris <[email protected]>
Postal: NCT Web Magazine, 451 Blackburn Lane, Lenoir City,
TN 37771, USA

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Web Review

"Web Review is a click-provoking online magazine covering the World
Wide Web. In reviews, articles, columns and multimedia features, we
focus on the question: How do you best spend your time online?"

Format: HTML
Frequency: bi-weekly

Access:
WWW: http://gnn.com/wr/

Contact:
Editor(s): Richard Koman <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 707 829 0515
Postal: 101 Morris Street, Sebastopol, CA 95472, USA

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WebRunner

"WebRunner is a monthly zine dedicated to the art of the opinion
essay. We believe that somewhere between the gray columns of op-ed
punditry and the disjointed free-for-all of the newsgroups, there's
a place for short, sharp expositions of strongly held opinion about
American politics and society. WebRunner publishes between 5-10
essays of 500-1,000 words each. We encourage submissions. Anonymity
is ok. We have no ideological cast, nor do we have a legislative
agenda. Our focus is on opinion and insight. Paid notices accepted.
We have a co-op publishing program. Also, a growing reference list
of hundreds of advocacy groups."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.access.digex.net/~web/
http://www.infohaus.com/by-seller/Applesauce_Data/
FTP: ftp.access.digex.net: /access/web/zine
ftp.infohaus.com
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Subject: subscribe webrunner-zine

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]

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Webster's Weekly

"General interest weekly features magazine. Includes cartoons,
photography, poetry, psychology, political commentary, music and
movie reviews and mad rantings."

Format: HTML
Frequency: weekly
Note: New issues no longer being produced, but old issues
still available.

Access:
WWW: http://www.awa.com/w2/

Contact:
Editor(s): The Editors <[email protected]>
Brian Knatz <[email protected]>
David Miller <[email protected]>
Clinton Johnston <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 804 296 3282
Postal: 1305-A Cherry Avenue, Charlottesville, VA 22903,
USA

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WebZine

"WebZine has several categories of entertainment - feature stories,
editorials, business money and the economy, computers and internet
stories, sports, recreation, entertainment and leisure activities'
information, as well as fashion, lifestyles, personal advice, humor
jokes and comics. As if that weren't complete enough, the magazine
will also include games, trivia, puzzles and horoscopes."

Access:
WWW: http://www.peli.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Robert Ferguson and Orley Amos <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (405) 743-3510
Postal: P.O. Box 2045, Stillwater, OK 74076, USA
Submissions: Orley Amos <[email protected]>

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The Weekend Update

"The "Donnie and Marie" of e-zines: A short weekly smattering of
jokes, reviews, net stuff, whatever is sent in."

Format: ASCII
HTML (back issues at the web site)
Frequency: every Monday (or Tuesday...)

Access:
WWW: http://www.eden.com/~etrigan/back_issues.html
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Johnny Rollerfeet <[email protected]>

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The Weekly Web News

"A satirical look at life, ufos, elvis sightings, the computer
industry, advertising, and celebrities through the eyes of a
pseudo-supermarket tabloid. Although the title says "weekly", I'll
more likely put out an issue per month, more or less, depending on
what I feel like, and how much time I have to fool around with this
kind of nonsense."

Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www2/portral.ca/~direct/satire.htm

Contact:
Editor(s): Robert Scheer <[email protected]>
Fax: +1 604 431 2918

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Weltwunder der Kinematographie: Real World Wonders of Cinematography

"Our magazine is on the giant processes of the cinema, e.g. 70mm,
CinemaScope, Cinerama etc. Excerpts from the first two issues are
found in our Web-Pages -- and announces of forthcoming issues and
topics. The Web pages are still in German, yet. But it will be also
in English in the near future."

Frequency: once a year; next issue: April 1996 (The Sound of
the Cinema)

Access:
WWW: http://www.snafu.de/~dgfk/WDK_Iverz.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Joachim Polzer <[email protected]>
Postal: Deutsche Gesellschaft zur Foerderung der Kultur
e.V. (DGFK) Berlin, German Association for
Advancement of Culture, POB 100 274, D-10562
Berlin, Germany

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Whatever Ramblings

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: about 3 times/year

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/WhateverRamblings
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/WhateverRamblings/

Contact:
Editor(s): Alex Swain <[email protected]>
Postal: 5 Greenview Ave., Princeton, NJ 08540, USA (for
issues #1-11)
Twisted Image, 1630 University, Suite 26, Berkeley,
CA 94703, USA (for issues #12 and on)

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Whisper

"Poetry, fiction, reviews, art, photography."

Format: HTML
DOCmaker
Frequency: 2-3 times a year
ISSN: 1074-9527

Access:
WWW: http://www.crl.com/~whisper/ (US mirror)
http://www.jsp.fi/~whisper/ (Finland mirror)
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Whisper/
AOL: Keyword: "MDP" -- search the files area for
"Whisper"

Contact:
Editor(s): Anthony Boyd <[email protected]>
Fax: +1 (707) 585-3898
Postal: P.O. Box 2354, Rohnert Park, CA 94927, USA

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Whispering Pines Quarterly

"WPQ is a quarterly literary magazine of character-based fiction,
publishing literary and genre stories that emphasize character and
high-quality writing. WPQ has published both new writers and
established writers, including William Poundstone, Ruth Moose, Julia
Nunnally Duncan, and one-time Pulitzer Prize nominee Charles Ghigna.
WPQ is also committed to a strong visual element, highlighting the
illustrative talents of some of the hottest rising stars found in a
literary E-zine. WPQ is dedicated to becoming a respected name for
high-quality fiction and artwork in an electronic format."

Format: Common Ground 1.1.2 (Windows and Mac versions
available) (Plan to switch to Common Ground 2.0
with Summer 1995 issue, for both Mac & Windows)
Frequency: four times per year
Note: $18.00 (US) / year through July 4, 1995. $20.00 /
year thereafter. *A one-year subscription
consists of four quarterly issues.* Paid
subscription issues mailed out on 3.5" DS/HD
diskettes. Available directly from publisher.
Make check/money order payable to: ROSE CREEK
PUBLISHING.
ISSN: 1079-5391

Access:
WWW: http://www.winternet.com/~wpinesq/index.html
AOL: Writers Club E-zine Folder in Writers Club
Libraries (Keyword: WRITERS)
eWorld: ZiffNet Libraries

Contact:
Editor(s): Craig Hansen <[email protected]>
Postal: Rose Creek Publishing, Whispering Pines Quarterly,
41 West Arlington Avenue #201, Saint Paul, MN
55117, USA

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Whole Earth Review

"We are dedicated to demystification, to self-teaching, and to
encouraging people to think for themselves. Thus our motto: 'ACCESS
TO TOOLS AND IDEAS.' Tools in the Whole Earth sense include hammers,
books, and computer conferencing systems. Our readers are a
community of tool-users who share information with one another. The
ideas we make accessible have not often been found in university
courses, but are becoming recognized as part of what you need to
know to be truly educated. Our readers contribute to the editorial
content as well, with both reviews and articles."

Format: ASCII text
Macintosh PageMaker 4.2 files
Note: e-text of WER is currently available *only* via
gopher; do not e-mail requests for issues

Access:
Gopher: gopher.well.sf.ca.us: WER

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Phone: +1 415 332 1716
Fax: +1 415 332 3110
Postal: Whole Earth Review, 27 Gate Five Road, Sausalito,
CA 94965, USA

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Will Of Nature

"Take one part technology, two parts Nature, two parts
shamanic/tribal/spiritualism/???, and throw in the likes of
undefinable music (Psychic TV, Nurse With Wound, etc), body-art, and
some other things. Mix. Chill. Consume. I wish "neo-tribal" didn't
have such a trendy feel to it, or I would use this word. This is the
real thing."

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://erg.ucd.ie/won.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Pierre Jolivet <[email protected]>

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Windows News & Reviews OnLine Magazine

Format: Windows Help file
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://netcenter.com/news/wnr.html
FTP: garnet.msen.com: /pub/vendor/lighthouse/
AOL: Windows Library, Reference section
Compuserve: WINSHARE FORUM, Lib 10, winrevux.zip (x denotes
latest version number)
BBS: EXEC-PC
Channel1

Contact:
Editor(s): Mike Mathiesen, Lighthouse Productions
<[email protected]>

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Wine and Dine e-zine

"The electronic magazine for lovers of wine, food and travel"

Format: HTML
Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.limitless.co.uk/winedine

Contact:
Editor(s): Antony le Ray-Cook and Clifford Mould, Clifton
Media Associates <[email protected]>
Phone: +44 181 390 0099
Fax: +44 1963 370386

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Winn's World Wide Web Weakly Weekly (W6)

"W6 takes you on a trip through the mind of one Phillip Winn, a
fellow net-surfer with too much time on his hands. Topics covered
regularly range from life in a midwest city of 100,000 to why
business people think like they do, with a dash of music reviews and
marriage advice thrown in for good measure."

Format: HTML
ASCII text
Frequency: published weekly, every Friday

Access:
WWW: http://www.winn.com/w6/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: Ask for either the HTML or TEXT version. If
you do not specify, the text version will be
sent.

Contact:
Editor(s): Phillip Winn <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 605 334 7548

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WinOnLine Review

"The Premier Windows Electronic Magazine - The original e-zine,
established 5/92 - Freely Distributed - includes Wolly's famous
Shareware Briefs plus Feature Reviews of Windows Shareware,
commercial software, hardware, multimedia, and books by our
experienced, professional staff of writers; File listings of the
latest in Windows Shareware. If it has to do with Windows, you will
find it in our magazine!"

Format: WinHelp 3.1
HTML (since 3/95)
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.cris.com/wol/
FTP: ftp.cris.com: /pub/users/Wol/wolrXXX.zip (XXX = issue number)
AOL: Keyword: Windows
Current Issues: Top Picks Library
Past Issues: Reference Library
Compuserve: WINSHARE Forum, Library 22, Prod Info/Reviews:
WOLRxx.ZIP (xx = issue number)
WUGNET Forum, Library 11, WUGNET News & Files:
WOLRxx.ZIP (xx = issue number)
BBS: Windows OnLine (+1 510 736 8343)

Contact:
Editor(s): Frank Mahaney (Publisher) [email protected]
Bob Gollihur (Editor) <[email protected]>
Steven Jay Cohen (Tech Editor)
<[email protected]>
Ed Hoffman (Senior Writer) <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 510 736 4376
Fax: +1 510 736 8397
Postal: Windows OnLine, Box 3487, Danville, CA 94526-8487,
USA

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WOOLGATHERINGS: The Hooked Rug E-Zine

"WOOLGATHERINGS is the first digest-format e-zine for traditional rug
hookers. We discuss our current projects, our favorite reference
books, the history of our craft, techniques, materials, equipment,
patterns, upcoming workshops, and whatever else is on our minds. We
welcome "hookers" at all levels of experience!"

Format: ASCII text
Frequency: every fourth Sunday

Access:
WWW: http://gpu.srv.ualberta.ca/~dmerriam/hooked.html
Subscriptions: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Deborah Merriam <[email protected]>

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The World Wide Multi-Media Magazine

"The World Wide Multi-Media Magazine is a monthly electronic magazine
published on the World Wide Web. Subject matter ranges from leisure
time activities like touring brew pubs to ski adventures. During the
summer months, expect to find topics like Jet Ski and motorcycle
adventures. The primary geographic areas covered are the San
Francisco Bay Area and Northern California."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.hooked.net/users/cjoga/

Contact:
Editor(s): Chuck Joga <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (510) 635-7531

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WP Mac News

"The WordPerfect Macintosh tech support team is publishing an
electronic newsletter for WP Mac users. It includes tips and tricks,
feature highlights and other useful items for users of our product."

Format: HTML
Novell Envoy format (free downloadable Envoy viewer
required)
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.novell.com/ServSupp/mac/macnews
FTP: ftp.wordperfect.com: /mac/mac_news/
AOL: Software libraries of WP Mac tech support
Keyword "wordperfect"

Contact:
Editor(s): Daniel Midgley <[email protected]>

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WWWiz

"Dedicated to Web resources."

Format: HTML
print

Access:
WWW: http://wwwiz.com

Contact:
Editor(s): Don Hamilton <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (714) 474-0554
Fax: +1 (714) 474-0668
Postal: 19791 Skypark Circle, Irvine, CA 92714 USA

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X Magazine

"Our zine is an entertainment - media focused - movies - music type
zine. We try to encompass humor along with a fresh new type of
layout to keep us cool. Each month we feature music and movie
reviews, as well as interviews with various popular performers -
such as DJ Hurricane and Masta Ace. Along with new articles from a
20 something perspective."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://michaeljones.uoregon.edu/

Contact:
Editor(s): Michael Jones (President)
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 503 710 0553
Postal: PO Box 3273, Eugene, OR 97403, USA

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X Magazine

"X Magazine is a Detroit-based humor and music publication started in
May of 1990. Past issue themes/topics have included bowling, autos,
the Fisher-Price Little People, noise, and travel. Our musical
interests lie within the techno/ambient/hi-NRG/noise/industrial
spectrum. The print version of X appears on major bookstore shelves
about once every five months; the electronic update, "The X Magazine
Missives," an insider's view of X's progress, is mailed out roughly
once a week."

Format: ASCII text
ISSN: 1051-4155

Access:
WWW: http://www.msen.com/~xmag/
Subscriptions: To: [email protected]
Text: subscribe x-magazine

Contact:
Editor(s): Jeff Hansen <[email protected]>
Postal: P.O. Box 1077, Royal Oak, MI 48068-1077, USA

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XCENTRIX

"XCENTRIX is an eclectic zine, intertwining a number of genres.
XCENTRIX includes the following: art, music, fashion, raves, prose,
cuisine, sex and drag queens. Check out our zine for the coolest
backbrounds and a good read."

Format: HTML
Frequency: XCENTRIC!

Access:
WWW: http://www.servtech.com/public/sproing

Contact:
Editor(s): Octavia St. Germaine, Liz Brooks and Choco Bon Bon
<[email protected]>
Phone: +1 (716) 623-7383
Postal: 676 North Ellicott Creek Road, Amherst, NY 14228,
USA

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Xenocide

"music"

Format: ASCII text
Note: This magazine is no longer being published. The
staff is currently working on the literary zine
Flatline. No printed back issues are available.

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/Xenocide
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/Xenocide/

Contact:
Editor(s): Jon Konrath <[email protected]>
Postal: Xenocide, c/o Jon Konrath, 414 S. Mitchell Suite
13, Bloomington, IN 47401, USA

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XYZZYnews

"This e-zine deals with discussions of interactive fiction (that is,
computer games where you play the main character, and are presented
with an all-text description of the game world and use the keyboard
to type in how you want to interact with it). XYZZYnews contains
reviews of new I-F games, interviews with authors, and many other
things of interest to fans of this type of game."

Format: ASCII
PDF
Frequency: bi-monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.interport.net/~eileen/design/xyzzynews.html
FTP: ftp.gmd.de: /if-archive/magazines/XYZZYnews/
AOL: Mac Games Forum software library
Compuserve: Gamers Forum (Magazines library)
Mac Entertainment Forum (Game Add-ons library)
Usenet: rec.arts.int-fiction
rec.games.int-fiction
Email: [email protected]

Contact:
Editor(s): Eileen Mullin <[email protected]>

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Ygdrasil: A Journal of the Poetic Arts

"The magazine of Ygdrasil Press, a flourishing center for the
literary arts that is dedicated to the readers. Our goal and mission
is to put literature into the next generation: get it away from
dusty shelves and trashbins of publishers, and give it back to the
people who love to read! And as a members of the electronic
community, our editor Klaus explains our position well, "There
should be a more permanent place for the poems that flash on our
computer screens for, what sometimes seems like, the briefest of
moments. A flash of inspiration, or thought and, unless saved in a
file somewhere, gone." Featured monthly are poems, essays, plays and
prose from talents across the world."

Format: 7-bit universal ASCII
8-bit MSDOS ASCII
HTML
paper
Frequency: monthly

Access:
WWW: http://www.rdrop.com/~igal/ygdrasil
FTP: www.rdrop.com: /~igal/ygdrasil
FidoNet: FidoFREQable at 1:105/290
Usenet: rec.arts.poems
alt.zines
BBS: Bitter Butter Better BBS (in Tigard, Oregon at +1
503 692 5841, 1200-14400 v.32bis) -- Enter
"downloader" as the name, "guest" as the
password. Enter the (F)iles section, (E)nter
group "1" Fiction, and (A)rea change to "14"
Contemporary Poetry.
Other: Centipede: EPub

Contact:
Editor(s): Klaus Gerken (Chief Editor)
<[email protected].net>
Igal Koshevoy (Production Editor)
<[email protected]>
Postal: Ygdrasil Press, 1001-257 Lisgar St., Ottawa,
Ontario, Canada, K2P 0C7

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Your MoM

"Funny stories, pictures, sounds, and other stuff. "The Most Fun You
Can Have With a Piece of Paper... err...Monitor""

Format: HTML

Access:
WWW: http://www.columbia.edu/~emj5/yourmom/ymhome.html

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
Phone: +1 212 853 2019
Postal: 226 Shapiro, 1116 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY
10027-7002, USA

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The z Times

"Interesting web sites, coverage of events (NAB, SF Cacophony
Society, Burning Man etc). Editorials and general wierdness."

Format: HTML
Frequency: approx every 2-4 weeks

Access:
WWW: http://www.zpub.com/z

Contact:
Editor(s): Richard Petersen <[email protected]>
Phone: +1 415 242 0560
Fax: +1 415 242 0939
Postal: 915 Cole St. #175, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA

----------------------------------------------------------------------
Zen Anarchy

"Zen Anarchy started out as an excuse to learn PageMaker and evolved
into something which has to be seen to be understood. It's basically
my thoughts, ideas, rants, raves, etc... Some will like it, some
will hate it. I don't care, but if it gets just one person to think
about something, well then I guess it's worth it."

Format: Postscript
Frequency: frequent or when the mood strikes

Access:
Gopher: gopher.etext.org: Zines/ZenAnarchy
FTP: ftp.etext.org: /pub/Zines/ZenAnarchy/

Contact:
Editor(s): Professor Z <[email protected]>

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ZIPZAP

"A hyper-text e-zine on the WWW featuring contemporary poetry
fiction, essays, interviews and more. Also the home of ZIPZAP
Gallery showing contemporary fine art."

Format: HTML
Frequency: approximately each quarter

Access:
WWW: http://zipzap.com/cover.html

Contact:
Editor(s): Evonne Fenn <[email protected]>
Jeff Williams <[email protected]>

----------------------------------------------------------------------
Zzone's Zmagazine

"In Zmagazine you'll find high-quality stories and photographs from
independent Dutch publicists about software, art, hardware, travel
and science. Sometimes thorough, but always interesting. The Zzone
Foundation sees to it that a new issue appears every month."

Format: HTML
Frequency: monthly
Note: Bi-lingual: English / Dutch

Access:
WWW: http://www.zzone.com

Contact:
Editor(s): [email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Phone: 020-6227127
Fax: 02942-62318
Postal: Postbus 10802, 1001 EV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Submissions: [email protected]


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