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fanzine

[ fan-zeen, fan-zeen ]
/ fænˈzin, ˈfæn zin /
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noun

a magazine or other periodical produced inexpensively by and for fans of science fiction and fantasy writing, comic books, popular music, or other specialized popular interests.

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Origin of fanzine

An Americanism dating back to 1945–50; fan2 + (maga)zine

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British Dictionary definitions for fanzine

fanzine
/ (ˈfænˌziːn) /

noun

a small-circulation magazine produced by amateurs for fans of a specific interest, pop group, etc

Word Origin for fanzine

C20: from fan ² + (maga) zine
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