(This page last updated on 4/11/2013)
Le Caméléon à Binoculaire – French-language Dipzine from Quebec, published
by Pierre LaBréche, also known as “CAB” (and “Cabotin” for #10)
Camelopard Cake – John McCallum used this to temporarily carry
Platypus Pie’s games
The Canadian Diplomat – Bob Acheson’s large and admittedly slow Dipzine
Always plenty of variants, and that special Acheson wit
The Candido Annotated – Robert Johnson’s zine to try and get DipOrg off the ground
Carolina Command and Commentary – David Hood, and later Michael Lowrey, published this
digest dipzine which often included an interesting article or two.
Carolina Command and Commentary Review of Zines – Michael Lowrey
and gang review numerous Dipzines
Carpetbagger – Stephen Bell’s short-lived Dipzine, with a lot of debate about
Cathy’s Ramblings– Cathy Cunning’s (later Ozog’s) Dipzine, overflowing with personality
and that special Cathy touch…her car stories are a blast
(even if they’re usually filled with breakdowns).
CDD Medical Journal – Tom Pasko’s zine dedicated to the play of Colonial Diplomacy
Centurion – Russell Fox’s zine of Diplomacy, variants, and other multi-player games
Cepheids – The free zine from the IDA Novice Committee, with various hobby info
Cerebral Nebula – Dipzine run by Greg Long and a bunch of the Seattle crowd
CF Machiavelli – William CS Affleck Asch Lowe’s Machiavelli, Dip, and variant zine
The Chamber – 14-year-old David Manuel’s enthusiastic Dipzine
Chantecler – Francis Bido’s eclectic zine from Belgium
Cheesecake – Andy Lischett’s still-running Dipzine, almost exclusively with no content
other than the games themselves, and a touch of margin filler
Cirith Ungol – Rod Walker’s published this flyer for 1970I, which was a game
played by students at the University of California/San Diego. The issues were
numbered based on game year, so 1901 was the first issue. As Rod often did,
he used the same zine to carry other games later, starting at simple #9 instead
Claw & Fang – Don Horton’s long-running Diplomacy zine. The zine
varied from warehouse or 1-page flyer to full-fledged magazine.
Coat of Arms – Steve Arnawoodian’s Diplomacy (and other fun) zine.
Basically a huge collection of subzines coming and going. A few became solo
zines, and others just folded. Tom Mainardi was co-publisher with Woody at first.
Cogniscienti – Randy Cox’s ambitious Dip and gaming zine
Command – Dennis Agosta published this gaming zine as “Summit Publications”
Originally meant to be a magazine which covered the entire spectrum of
wargames, it slowly developed more of a Diplomacy focus (but not exclusively)
Comrades in Arms – Tom Swider’s variant Dipzine
The Concert of Europe – Michael Lee’s short-lived but enthusiastic Dipzine
El Conquistador – “Professional” Diplomacy and games zine done by Viking Sytems and Gordon Anderson
Corsair – Robert Speed’s small Diplomacy zine
Costaguana – Conrad von Metzke’s Dipzine – which led many lives. Sometimes more
Warehouse, sometimes more letter column…sometimes more choo-choo talk!
But always Uncle Connie…
Council Courier - Edi Birsan publication for the IDA Council
The Cream Shall Rise – Bruce Linsey’s official Runestone Poll annual zine, with all the details