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Class Project on How To Create a Zine

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Class Project On How To Create A Zine

Class Project On How To Create A Zine

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  • 1. Making a Fanzine or an E-Zine
  • 2. What is a zine?
    A “zine” is a fan made magazine. The subject of the “zine” can be anything you want to write about.
    Many people will publish a “zine” and sell them at small mom and pop book stores or by mail order. Others post their “zines” on the internet. They are called “e-zines”.
  • 3. What should I put in my zine?
    You first need to decide
    what your “zine” is going to be about. Is it about movies, toys, old newspaper ads,
    your favorite tv shows?
    Once you choose your
    subject, you can start gathering the information
    to do your “zine”.
  • 4. Content
    Your “zine” can be handwriten
    With pen and paper with clips
    Of pictures or ads from other
    sources or if you know
    someone who is a good artist,
    then he or she can create some
    origial drawings for your “zine”.
    If neatness is important, then
    create your zine using a
    publishing software or type it
    the old fashioned way on a
    type writer.
  • 5. Make it interactive
    Adding things like
    crosswords and word
    scrambles to your printed
    “zine” will make it more
    interesting. Encourage
    the reader to look for clues
    or the answers in the rest of
    the “zine”.
  • 6. Ad web elements
    If you do an “e-zine”, ad
    video and audio to your
    web site. Try to make the
    video and audio have
    something in common with
    your subject and not just
    anything to make it look
    cool.

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