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  • n. A magazine published on the World Wide Web.


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  • Part of our role as a webzine is to be the immigration “bad cop” so that we can shift the “Moderate Middle Ground” over in our direction.

    Mickey Kaus Occupies The Moderate Middle Ground

  • The June edition of International Thriller Writers 'webzine is now online at the link above.


  • After almost two months of preparation, The Back Alley webzine is ready to go live!

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Mindjack, Donald Melanson's cool webzine, is running an excerpt from Eastern Standard Tribe, the novel I'm working on at the moment.

    Boing Boing: September 23, 2001 - September 29, 2001 Archives

  • I think what I enjoyed the most while working on this webzine was the opportunity to get in touch with some artists, let them know just how much their works had moved me, and try to give them something in return, with my own limited means, through those reviews and interviews.


  • Via Locus, we hear that Shiny Things, the new YA webzine which is going live in August, is now open to submissions.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • We've reached a time when the term "webzine" includes everything from SciFiction, the highest-paying SF market, to Strange Horizons, Ideomancer, and Fortean Bureau to various smaller efforts and all the sites put up by 17-year-olds who want to publish softcore porn about Lord of the Rings characters.

    Archive 2004-07-01

  • Alien Nation, which I think is still the definitive text on immigration reform; a wonderful book on Canadian politics called which, although old, is well worth picking up and reading; the editor of the indispensable VDARE. com webzine which is the source for immigration reform on a regular basis; and most recently, about how the teachers unions are destroying education in America. - Latest Articles

  • We had been doing a quarterly "webzine" by the same name, but we found that when we sent out the email announcing the latest issue on our website (the target audience was research funding agencies and alumni), we discovered that people didn't really know who we were.

    higher ed marketing

  • The excellent Finnish Usva webzine has produced two International issues that feature translations of great examples of Finnish short fiction.

    MIND MELD: Guide to International SF/F Part IV


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