From 2003 until 2009, Inferno Newspaper had no boundaries. Based in southern NJ, the rag was widely available in Philadelphia, and saw limited distribution in New York City and Washington DC.
Inferno was a work of love, with none of our staff seeing any sort of compensation other than accolades and hate mail. As with life, all good things must come to an end. Inferno died due to a mortal injury caused by a crumbing economy. Ad revenue diminished to the point of no returns…
I was not ready to call it quits. As editor and publisher of Inferno – no boundaries I had digital backups of every issue. I enlisted all of the original contributors to write new articles for the book. Select articles from every issue appear in this 200 page compendium, with a lot of never before published content.
I released two editions of the new compilation. Inferno – burning the bridges behind us is perfect for the late comers that had missed out on the early years of the newspaper. The brown bag bad economy edition is available on Amazon for less than $15. The bad economy edition is black and white. It has all of the same content as the full color edition, albeit in a full range of blacks, whites and grays.
The full color edition is also available for $40.98 on Amazon. This is a wonderful book that you will be proud to display on your coffee table.