Legendary Twin Peaks Fanzine “Wrapped In Plastic” Goes Digital: Download All 75 Issues

Finally, you can own every single copy of the ultimate Twin Peaks magazine from 1993 to 2005 without breaking the bank.

Most Twin Peaks fans have at least heard of Wrapped In Plastic magazine. Many of you own a few copies, and some die-hard fans out there have spent years to hunt down every physical issue. From now on, you can easily start or complete your WIP collection because all 75 issues have been digitized and published as high-quality eBooks on Amazon!

Wrapped In Plastic Issue 30
Cover of Wrapped In Plastic #30 – The Unseen Twin Peaks!

The classic Twin Peaks fanzine created by John Thorne (now at BRM) and the late Craig Miller ran from 1993 until 2005 and covered everything Twin Peaks and David Lynch (and after a while, some of The X-Files) through interviews (DAVID LYNCH! MARK FROST!), essays (“Dreams of Deer Meadow”), and in-depth analyses. Contributing editor John Mitchell recently took on the task to scan and convert all of WIP to eBook so everyone can download the legendary magazine to their phones or tablets at just $2.99 per issue, instead of $10+ each as they then to go on eBay.

Get Wrapped In Plastic Magazine for Kindle (Amazon)

What was your favorite WIP issue and/or article? Did your letter ever get published? Shared your Wrapped In Plastic memories in the comments!

Every cover of Wrapped In Plastic magazine (1993-2005)

Wrapped in Plastic Magazine was a bi-monthly magazine devoted to analysis and critique of the works of David Lynch and other artists associated with the television series, Twin Peaks. WIP regularly featured in-depth analyses of films (and other projects) by Lynch, interviews with Twin Peaks actors, writers, and producers, news on projects by Lynch and other TP alum, a letters column, and news on the television series The X-Files.

Written by Pieter Dom

Founder and curator of Welcome to Twin Peaks since 2011. Bobsessed since March 1991.

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  1. The biggest thrill of my career was seeing my name on the cover of the final issue of ‘Wrapped in Plastic’ below those of David Lynch, Mark Frost, Catherine Coulson, Bob Engels, and Mary Sweeney. I almost didn’t answer the phone when Thorne or Miller (I wish I could remember who I spoke to) called to tell me they were publishing my article because my hands were covered in gnocchi dough.

  2. That’s awesome! I usually say that I’m late to the party; I bought ‘The Entire Mystery’ Blu-ray set from 2014 despite having never watched the series. A few years later and a full rewatch under my belt, I’ve recently begun to enjoy the info & analysis provided by fans and reviewers across media platform; Mark Frost’s books, online essays on forums, & podcasts. Once you’re calibrated to “Twin Peaks” and it’s story, it’s fun to read this type of content since it allows you to learn of different aspects of the series & suddenly you can see everything in a new light. I’ve always been a fan of physical media, but with this magazine being rare, it’s nice to have digital access.

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