I am super stoked to announce that ZineWiki
is back online! ZineWiki is an open source encyclopedia devoted to zines and independent media.
ZineWiki features more than 2,300 articles about zines, publishers, and many other aspects of the small press. It was originally created in June 2006 by Alan Lastufka and Kate Sandler (of Fall of Autumn) to document the vibrant underground publishing world. Dan Halligan (former publisher of the zine 10 Things and co-founder of the alternative publication Tablet) and I (Jerianne, editor & publisher of Zine World) have taken over as co-administrators.
Dan and I plan to continue the project where it left off. We want to see ZineWiki as a comprehensive resource about zines worldwide: current and discontinued zines (including comics, chapbooks, etc.), zine publishers, zine history, zine distros, zine culture, and so on. If you had an account on ZineWiki before, your account will still work. If you don't have one, please sign up. Log in, make edits, add content.
This would not have happened if not for the hard work of my partner Denny, who restored the database and got the site back online. If you want to show him your appreciation, you can send your thanks to webmaster at zinewiki dot com or via mail (c/o Zine World
Please help us spread the word. See you at ZineWiki