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Liam Warfield

The Land Line

Location

P.O. Box 891231
60608 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
journalTheLandLine
Date: 
January 2012
Issue: 
1
Abstract: 
The Land Line is a quarterly publication based in Chicago invested in furthering print publication. It is a collaborative effort by a collection of artists, writers, activists, and musicians who contribute literary criticism, Chicago history, and various explorations of style and genre. The Land Line is committed to a collective production process, including laying out the paper by hand so that everyone can be involved. The benefit shows, film screenings, and readings they host not only fund the paper but are essential to the project of building a community around the journal.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
There were four issues in total for The Land Line. The Land Line also launched a successful Kickstarter campaign from Nov 21 2011 - Jan 15 2012. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/thelandline/the-land-line
Series Title: 

The Skeleton News

Catalog Number: 
n.1.2
Date: 
January 2007
Volume: 
Issue 3
Abstract: 
The Skeleton News presents &quot;A Dark Vision of the Future.&quot; Features on: Chicago's first megachurch, Willow Creek, at the Auditorium Theater and defining evangelicalism; nutrition and public health issues including types of fats and perspectives and conspiracy theories on AIDS/HIV; ubiquitous computing, GPS, and RFID and their implications in surveillance, health, and everyday living; survivalism and species integration; the solitude of mathematician Dr. Grigory Perelman; being transgendered or androgynous in Chicago; book reviews; the loss of identity in American cities; unessential albums; and Ulysses S. Grant.<br />
Language: 
eng
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The Skeleton News

Catalog Number: 
n.1.1
Date: 
November 2006
Volume: 
#00
Abstract: 
A defiantly "amateur: newspaper that seeks to inform on what's happening, what isn't and what should be, featuring a broad range of contributors and topics. In this issue: News on the Circle Line, HIV Testing, Grocery shopping in Pilsen rated, photos from Alaska, Chicago winters in the context of Sir Walter Scott's Antarctic journey, owning and borrowing cars, Pluto gets demoted from a planet, and interview with Andy van Slyke, analyzing baseball data using Pyhtagorean differentials, the Apocalypse according to the Mayan Calendar, paper consumption, including lyrics with liner notes, and predicting the future using old Science Fiction books, including robots and artificial intelligence.
Language: 
eng
Subjects: 
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The Skeleton News

Catalog Number: 
n
Date: 
October 2007
Volume: 
Issue 12
Abstract: 
"The Skeleton News is a free monthly newspaper made by non-professional journalists, comic artists, and general revelers working in the grand tradition of of independent publishing. We reject the notion of objectivity in journalism, a delusional luxury that only the most powerful corporate media can afford, and instead delight in our subjective approach to the stuff of our lives and communities." This is the one-year anniversary issue.
Language: 
English
Publisher: 

The Skeleton News

Catalog Number: 
n
Date: 
December 2007 (an approximation)
Volume: 
Issue 14
Abstract: 
"The Skeleton News is a free monthly newspaper made by non-professional journalists, comic artists, and general revelers working in the grand tradition of of independent publishing. We reject the notion of objectivity in journalism, a delusional luxury that only the most powerful corporate media can afford, and instead delight in our subjective approach to the stuff of our lives and communities."
Language: 
English
Subjects: 
Format: 
Publisher: 

The Skeleton News

One Year of Failure

Date: 
October 2007
Issue: 
12
Abstract: 
A news, arts and cultural publication covering wide-ranging topics.
Language: 
English
Series Title: 
Publisher: