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A New Issue
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The state of my burnout the past week was such that I failed to post my usual Pixel alert. David Burton writes:
Just wanted to let you know that the tenth issue of my zine, PIXEL, is available for downloading.

This issue features Eric Mayer's "Notes From Byzantium" column (ranging from sixth century stylites, wildlife, writing, to spelling and punctuation); a new installment of Dave Locke's "Dialog With Two Fans," an interview with yours truly; Ted White's "Whither Fandom?" column (wrapping up the "Jeff Redmond Affair" and a brief history of Corflu plus a reply from Jan Stinson to Ted's last column); "Something" by Harry Bell (a sort of Gothic horror tale); Chris Garcia's "Not SMoF" (explaining why he isn't - and doesn't want to be - a SMoF); "Being Frank," Peter Sullivan's zine review column (this time taking a look at top contenders for the Best Fanzine Award at the upcoming Corflu); and a lettercolumn. Thirty pages in all.

Cover by Jen Woll, and interior illustrations by Brad Foster and Manfred Klein.

It can be downloaded from File size is approximately 458K.

The internet gives us all a lot of different ways to distribute our words. I put my stuff up originally on this blog. Harry Bell's hilarious little tale appeared first on a ListServ. But Pixel really is a magazine, albeit in electronic format. It's beautifully designed and illustrated. Reminds me a bit of the old days.

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