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E-zines, like print magazines, frequently include interviews. Here's an example of one of the question-and-answer formats I might use for interviews.

A mature man; Actual size=180 pixels wide

Here I might include a picture of the interviewee.

An Interview with Paul Tucker, a performance artist who lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

Question: Where do you get your ideas?

Paul: I try to draw my idea from real life as much as possible, such as things I notice on the street or conversations I overhear.

Q: What has the response been to your most recent installation?

Paul: Most people have been very disturbed by it. Death threats aside, I feel this is a good thing.