Yeti (magazine)

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YETI magazine
Editor Mike McGonigal
Categories Music, Culture
Frequency Non-standard
Publisher YETI Publishing
Year founded 2000
Country United States
Based in Portland
Language English

YETI magazine is a journal focused on art, music and literature, based in Portland, Oregon, United States. It is published by YETI publishing (who have also published books by Luc Sante, Tara Jane O'Neil and Jana Martin). YETI was founded in Seattle, Washington by Mike McGonigal,[1] author of the 33⅓ book on the album Loveless, former editor of '80s 'zine Chemical Imbalance, and a freelance writer (including contributions to Pitchfork Media).[2] The magazine features various articles, interviews, artwork, poetry, novel excerpts, and more, from contributors including:

Each magazine is packaged with a compilation music CD, featuring rare and/or previously unreleased tracks. Musical contributors to the magazine have included: