true faith : IN THE CHRONICLE

by • September 10, 2014 • NewsComments (1)614

A few weeks ago, Mark Douglas, who writes for Trinity Mirror’s Thomson House titles – tf114_cover_ipadThe Journal, The Chronicle and Sunday Sun got in touch to say he fancied doing a piece on fanzine culture.

He seemed interested in looking at our move from hard copy to digital and as an ex-fanzine scribbler himself (Mark is a Bradford City fan) on the long-running and hugely respected City Gent title, I was only too happy to oblige.

So we met in the Crown Posada down the Quayside and had a natter.

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One Response to true faith : IN THE CHRONICLE

  1. SB says:

    I’ve always whinged that – NUFC – instead of touring Asia, New Zealand etc in order to generate goodwill, sell the brand and shirts they should try to concentrate their efforts on getting the people they’ve pished off in this City on side first and foremost then go on to conquer the world.

    £9 an issue to Australia or wherever ?? well that’s the price of emigrating to the sun and saying fu*k England. £3 for me from the local newsagent, i know there were other problems in producing the paper format but howay !!