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'''A Thousand Words''' is a zine by the Soulgazer collective, which consists of [[Jeff Miller]], [[Sarah Comfort]]. [[Sean Michaels]] and [[Anna Leventhal]].  
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'''A Thousand Words''' is a zine in 2009 by the Soulgazer collective, which consists of [[Jeff Miller]], [[Sarah Comfort]], [[Sean Michaels]] and [[Anna Leventhal]].  
  
''A Thousand Words'' is a [[one-shot]] zine consisting of stories and illustrationss by the four collaborators. As each story or drawing was created it was passed on to the next collaborator to work from. But, using the 'broken telephone' technique, each collaborator could only see or read what the person immediately preceding them had created. The result was a twenty page zine made up of three stories and four drawings.
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''A Thousand Words'' is a [[one-shot]] zine consisting of stories and illustrations by the four collaborators. As each story or drawing was created it was passed on to the next collaborator to work from. But, using the 'broken telephone' technique, each collaborator could only see or read what the person immediately preceding them had created. The result was a twenty page zine made up of three stories and four drawings.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:25, 29 May 2010

A Thousand Words is a zine in 2009 by the Soulgazer collective, which consists of Jeff Miller, Sarah Comfort, Sean Michaels and Anna Leventhal.

A Thousand Words is a one-shot zine consisting of stories and illustrations by the four collaborators. As each story or drawing was created it was passed on to the next collaborator to work from. But, using the 'broken telephone' technique, each collaborator could only see or read what the person immediately preceding them had created. The result was a twenty page zine made up of three stories and four drawings.

External Links

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