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This issue of TW goes a “zine retro” by taking a step back to 5 ½ to 8 ½ digest size. Smaller size but more pages, 18 big small ones!
This time, two damned Vegas trips are chronicled, proof of Vegas culture is examined as I attended a comic/book fest with an appearance of F. Andrew Taylor and son, see a show by Olivia Newton-John and a rare appearance by Shumuck-O Rat!
As mentioned before, this issue is digest size, 16 B&W pages and comes with a $2 dollar price…Continue
SPACE AGE ASH TRAY #1
The easiest way to describe this zine is that it’s similar to VH1’s old I Love The 70’s/80’s/90’s/etc., only without the smarminess amidst the cultural deconstruction and this covers the 60’s and 70’s…..and I’m not a celebrity. This is just a collection of notes and artwork covering the era I grew up in but too young to remember.
This first issue covers by background and why I’m rehashing it, a photo essay on apartment signage and ‘tiki’ in my hometown…
Ready to pollute the visual airwaves of the zine world, the newest issue of Twilight World (#13) offers 12 pages of perzine god-knows-what. Featured are a stroll through the streets of Bakersfield, CA and an almost fail art project immortalizing many unpopular cult musicians. Also crammed in are reviews of a…Continue
This following is a small review of the new issue of Twilight World:
8-Track Mind #101 $3
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Can fragments of the old and obsolete of decades past like the 8-track tape format be seriously considered beyond nostalgia? It’s a basic idea a lot of people can’t get their collective heads around….much less know what 8 track tapes are.
I knew what they were, but until I found 8 Track Mind, I didn’t see much in them either. I’m not much of an audiophile…