Daniel Drennan, Inquisitor
Selection: "Looking for Mr. Isaak," by Marlene Taylor (page 132)
Recent review (from Factsheet Five): "One excellent zine. It's weird, wonderful, and worthwhile."
When did you launch your zine? What inspired you to do so?
A bunch of different factors led up to the zine that is out there today. It originally started as a newsletter that i was sending out to friends and familyeasier than writing 100 letters. It then became a per-zine for awhile and then went through about 50 design iterations as I learned desktop publishing tech. While in grad school, I had an idea for a zine about technology and culture, which was to be called Networker. I melded that with Inquisitor in 93 when the first offset issue came out.
Why publish a zine?
What can you tell us about the selection you provided for
"The Book of Zines"?
Any general tips for aspiring zinesters?
In my other life, I'm a:
New York Diaries (book)