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Sandy Carson On Movement

Sep 11 2003 / Thursday

The second issue of a free Canadian BMX magazine called Movement
is out now, featuring our very own Sandy Carson on the cover.

Says main man Dan Heilbrunn: "Movement
was a natural extension from an old zine that I used to put out called Sleepy. People always ask me whether Movement
is a zine or a magazine, and to be honest, I don't really have a good answer for that. I am definitely not going to get into the details of what makes a mag a mag or what makes a zine a zine. I don't have time to expend much energy thinking about stuff like that.

"So, this leaves me with only one explanation: Movement
is a mag / zine I run because I think its fun. I gaurantee that anybody you talk to who has made a zine in the past will tell you the main reason they did is because they had fun doing it. I may print a lot more copies than your average photocopied zine, but the enjoyment behind doing it hasn't changed a bit."

has got amazing distribution around Canada (1664), USA (Hell on Earth and UGP) and the UK (Seventies). In fact, with the demise of Chase
magazine, Movement
will soon be the only BMX mag in Canada, and the staff really wants to step up and make it available on a regular basis. Let's keep independent BMX publishing alive in Canada!

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