Genzine vs Benzine - What's the difference?

genzine | benzine |


As nouns the difference between genzine and benzine

is that genzine is (fandom slang) a fanzine made generally available, not limited to distribution only among an amateur press association while benzine is .

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

genzine

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (fandom slang) A fanzine made generally available, not limited to distribution only among an amateur press association.
  • * {{quote-magazine
  • , year = 1977 , date = Summer–Fall , first = Susan , last = Wood , authorlink = Susan Wood (science fiction) , magazine = Algol , title = Propellor Beanie , volume = 14 , issue = 3 (whole number
  • 29)
  • , page = 23 , passage = It's really easy to start a genzine . All you need are a couple of neos with lots of time and enthusiasm; a couple of older fen with experience and enthusiasm (not to mention enough fannish contacts to make up a mailing-list); and a certain amount of mood-enhancers and sheer lunacy to get you to the point at which the thing stops being a great idea for Real Soon Now, and starts being a reality. A lot of crudzines are born that way. }}
  • * {{quote-magazine
  • , year = 1979 , date = January-February , first = Darrell , last = Schweitzer , authorlink = Darrell Schweitzer , magazine = Science Fiction Review , title = Occasionally Mentioning Science Fiction , volume = 8 , issue = 1 (whole number
  • 29)
  • , page = 33 , passage = A fanzine for general circulation in fandom is called a genzine (general interest fanzine) as opposed to one for an amateur press association (apa) which is called an apazine. }}

    Antonyms

    * apazine

    Hypernyms

    * fanzine

    benzine

    English

    Noun

    (en-noun)
  • benzene
  • any flammable petroleum distillate used as a solvent or fuel