Trash City: the story so far...
The printed edition of Trash City began in 1989,
and ran for twenty (physical) issues, with the final one appearing in October
2000, shortly before my relocation to Arizona. Join us, as we revisit
the golden era of fanzine production, from an era before the Internet,
when getting your message to the masses meant using the office
photocopier and flogging your wares face-to-face at film festivals...
Anyhow: it is a slow and tedious process to convert the printed
word into nifty Hypertext Markup Language: I can usually do about one
article before getting bored with the whole idea and drifting off to do
something more interesting. So, for the moment, only three issues are
available, but more will follow. Eventually.
Note: any typos spotted have been corrected, changes made to reflect the Internet [where the concept of 'next page' doesn't really work], and a few pics have been added or moved, to break up the text a bit more. However, the content has otherwise remained unaltered, and as the contents of these publications date from a
long time ago, any names, addresses, URLs or other information included in them may
well no longer be accurate. No responsibility whatsoever can be
accepted for any loss, damage or embarrassment caused by acting on the
data herein. Large chunks of this are probably not safe for work
either. And I may well also have changed my opinions, so those
shouldn't be relied upon. Basically, don't believe a word of what you
read here. So there.