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Friday, January 30, 2009

Little Book's February '09 Issue Now Ready for Reading, Rocking, Passing Along

Posted By on Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 10:00 AM

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Surely one of the world's smallest, least pretentious, and most easily pocketable rock fanzines, S.F.'s Little Book has come out with its latest issue just in time for the weekend. We won't go into too many details about the contents (you can see the cover right here -->), so suffice it to say that it'll be "chock full" -- i.e., about eight pages full -- of mini-interviews with local metal, punk, and scuzzball rock 'n' roll bands usually neglected by the hip indie zines of the S.F. scene. As always, if you're feeling motivated and want to help promote the local boys and girls, go the Little Book MySpace, download a PDF file of the latest issue, print it out, then cut, fold, and distribute the li'l bugger at all your favorite music venues, dive bars, bowling alleys, biker hangouts, record stores, comix shops, head shops, methadone clinics, and medicinal cannabis clubs so that everyone can read it. -- J.G.

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