What is fanzine?

Fanzine

A fanzine (portmanteau of fan and magazine or -zine) is a nonprofessional and nonofficial publication produced by fans of a particular cultural phenomenon (such as a literary or musical genre) for the pleasure of others who share their interest. The term was coined in an October 1940 science fiction fanzine by Russ Chauvenet and first popularized within science fiction fandom, from whom it was adopted by others.

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Some articles on fanzine:

TNSrecords Fanzine
... TNSrecords also produce a fanzine which is free, and available at various music stores, and also on-line ... The Fanzine features reviews of recent musical releases from the Punk rock, Ska, Hardcore, Psychobilly, and occasionally other genres, as well as articles ... That's Not Skanking fanzine originally started in 2003, in Manchester ...
Steve Green (journalist) - Journalism and Other Writings
... Dark Side (for which he wrote 51 instalments of the review column "Fanzine Focus"), Interzone (interviewing the comics writer and editor Stan Lee and the author/screenwriter ... freesheet Mansplat! and the focal point American fanzine Apparatchik (examples) ... Memory Syndrome", was relaunched in the Hugo Award-nominated US fanzine The Drink Tank in September 2007 ...
A Load Of Bull
... A Load Of Bull was an football fanzine related to Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club ... The fanzine discontinued in 2012 after 158 issues, with editor Ross claiming its "voice has gradually become drowned out" in the boom in football media outlets since the fanzine's ...
Artcore Fanzine
... Artcore Fanzine is a D.I.Y ... fanzine established in January 1986, covering punk and hardcore music based out of the United Kingdom ...
Fanzine - Recent Developments
... Nonetheless, printed fanzines are still produced, either out of preference for the format or to reach people who do not have convenient Web access ... of approximately 200 science fiction fanzines will be found at Bill Burns' eFanzines web site, along with links to other SF fanzine sites ...