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When you're trying to produce a quarterly jazz publication (in my case), it involves going out and interviewing many musicians at clubs and staying up-to-date with record releases. Although the releases and reviewing is accessible through the internet, interviewing--unless you're going to do it through e-mail, which I don't like too much--involves going out to clubs, buying at least one drink or at least cover charge, and often having to travel long distances on public transportation. Is there anyone else out there who has to fit interviews into their schedule for their zines? How do you go about doing it if the bus system in your local area sucks and you don't want to walk home 6-7 miles in a rough neigborhood?

Just curious.


--Nick

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