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Make way for more twentysomething magazines. Might is written, edited and published by members of the grunge set. Each every-other-monthly issue of the 103/4-inch square magazine contains facts, career guidance and satirical features of interest to Generation X. Might hits newsstands this month with a circulation of 50,000. Marny Requa is editor; Publisher David Eggers handles ads. A b&w-only page is $4,000. Offices: 544 Second St., San Francisco, 94107. Phone: (415) 896-1528.

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The twentysomething infiltration of the publishing world continues with kgb america, an every-other-monthly sneaking this month into specialty bookstores. Aimed at media-hip, techno-literate Generation Xers, kgb america offers celebrity profiles, cultural analysis and new technology news. The tabloid debuts with a circulation of 15,000. Editors/ad directors/publishers are Lukas Barr, Sean Gullette. A b&w

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