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Alternative Press Review

Alternative Press Review header
Editorial collective Jason McQuinn
Thomas Wheeler
Alan Antliff
Categories Alternative media, anarchism
Frequency Irregular
Publisher C.A.L. Press
First issue 1994
Country United States
Language English
Website http://www.altpr.org/
ISSN 1072-7299

Alternative Press Review (byline: "Your guide beyond the mainstream") is an independent American magazine established in 1994 as a sister periodical to Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed.[1] As of 2002, its editorial collective consisted of Jason McQuinn (Anarchy), Chuck Munson (Infoshop.org) and Thomas Wheeler (Out of Bounds).[2] Munson was co-editor and reviewer from 1997-2003, when he was replaced by Allan Antliff.

The magazine's chief concerns, according to New Statesman are "sex, other media and the CIA".[3] Contributors to the review have included McQuinn, Noam Chomsky and Harold Pinter. It was criticized by Kirsten Anderberg in a 2005 issue for the fact that its contributors were overwhelmingly male, a phenomenon that according by Wheeler is a result of low numbers of submissions from female writers.[1] McQuinn responded to Anderberg by stating that the gender of writers and publishers within socially-conscious alternative and radical media was "simply irrelevant".[1]

The review was described in 1994 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as "[c]loser to the edge of the magazine world, and not quite as articulate as the Utne Reader"[4] – the magazine's main rival and market leader.[3] Ian Hargreaves, writing in the New Statesman in 1998, called the magazine "the real rivet-spitter on the block" of alternative media,[3] while a 1999 OC Weekly feature hailed it as "the essential nutrient missing from one’s daily McMedia diet of misinformation and disinformation."[5]

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