Snapshots, friends from the distant past, neighbors, being an only child, the beauty and pain of memory.
12 pages, half-letter size.
Last one! A revised second edition! Best feature in this issue: a piece on the Victorian Internet. Totally fascinating. Plus: Pirate radio, shortwave radio, amateur radio and letterpress (awesome!), 20 college stations to listen to, an interview with Alan Maxwell of KIPM, and more.
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Last one! A revised second edition of the most eclectic issue of Paper Radio yet! The first broadcast from a train, Space Pirate Radio, radio hero Robert J. Lurtsema, Taylor Swift satire, interview with NH radio legend Ed Brouder (author of Granite & Ether), interview with Darian from Edible Onion, and more.
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A great issue of Paper Radio! Within: FCC shutdown of Radio Ronin; BBC Radio past and future; Radio Moscow history; Radio Romania today, a printer's recollections of the songs of his youth from the 40s, 50s, and 60s; Radio Antarctica; and 50 years of Doctor Who.
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The follow-up to All My Fathers, DJ Frederick (Paper Radio, Turntable Operator) gives us what he calls, "memory sketches of my temporary brothers and our misadventures." In a small zine, he asks some big questions and tells some heavy stories.
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Cassette culture, under-heard artists, lo-fi, unholy racket, and more. With a great Cassette Store Day section from Jude Noel of Half-Gifts, which shines the light on some under-appreciated seminal tapes and some great newer releases.
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The state of the world, cassette culture, flexi disc and book pairings (where we learn that the 1969 National Geographic humpback whale flexi is the best selling record of all time), pirate radio, the National Radio Club, and more.
Cover art by NanSea Griggs. 28 pages, half-letter size.