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I'm new here, though not to zines, and I'm wondering if there's an index of old zines here?  I published quite alot in the 80s and 90s and still have many of the zines that were sent to me.  I'd love to find some of those old publishers and exchange old copies.  I'll have to pull out the box and make a list one of these days.  For those who might remember, I published Boomerang 1/The Burning, an underground Christian zine that constantly morphed from one layout design to another over the years.  I stopped publishing during the first Gulf War as I focused more on writing novels.  I'm interested in getting the old zine going again.  I had no idea there had been a resurgence of zines! 

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I think there's been a thread on the forum about old zines or zinesters. I would search it. Also, there's this thread:

http://wemakezines.ning.com/forum/topics/2288844:Topic:3982

Don't forget to check out ZIne Wiki!
And add information your zines to Zine Wiki. :)
Like Jenna and Alex said, the web's biggest index and historical record of zine titles is ZineWiki. But it's far from complete, so list all your old zines on it if they aren't there yet!

I've added a few and will continue to do so periodically.

 

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