Zine (noun)

A non-commercial, often homemade publication, typically devoted to a specific subject or interest.


The word "zine" is short for the word "magazine" and it emerged in the 1960s and 1970s, particularly among the underground and alternative press.


  1. He published a zine about punk rock.
  2. The zine was a collection of poetry and illustrations.
  3. The zine was created by a small group of artists and writers.
  4. She read a zine about feminist issues.
  5. The zine was a medium for underground and alternative culture.
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