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Garbaj

Front of Garbaj magazine – in its A4 former layout, and smaller recent format

Garbaj is one of the five 'zines produced by Atlantean Publishing. It is dedicated to humour, satire, surreality and anything that doesn't really fit in elsewhere. Its tagline is The Satire and Humour 'Zine. Contents have typically included spoof news headlines, joke articles, fake advertisements, cartoons, much political lampoonery and a fair smattering of humorous and/or satirical poetry. Formerly it was about eight sides of A4, but recent issues have mostly been single folded 'broadside' sheets of A4 in the style of Bard. It was initially edited by 'The Garbajitor'* DS Davidson (until issue 18/August 2004), but is now edited by DJ Tyrer (joint editorial duries on issues 16-18, sole editor from issue 19). After a couple of years of only irregular appearances, Garbaj now once again appears quarterly.

* Thanks, Neil K. Henderson...

Covers

The recent broadside-sized 'mini-issues' have been featuring cover art, in the same vein as Bard; these are now collated in the Garbaj Covers Gallery.

Issues

Garbaj 56

A recent mini-sized issue, Garbaj 56

Regular Targets

Certain figures such as Tony Blair, George Bush, Osama Bin Laden and Richard Dawkins have been the regular targets of satire in its pages, especially when DJ Weston and DS Davidson were regularly contributing.

Spin-off Publications

There has been a single spin-off publication to appear under the Garbaj banner, a one-shot leaflet snappily entitled Preparing For Things You Cannot Reasonably Expect To Prepare For Adequately. (And that's only its short title.)


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