Erik and Laura-Marie Magazine

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'''Erik and Laura-Marie Magazine''' was a free [[perzine]] made by [[Laura-Marie Taylor]] of Sacramento, California, USA and sometimes included materials by her then-husband [[Erik Lundgren]].  
'''Erik and Laura-Marie Magazine''' was a free [[perzine]] made by [[Laura-Marie Taylor]] of Sacramento, California, USA and sometimes included materials by her then-husband [[Erik Lundgren]].  
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It's a text heavy [[zine]] that included poems, essays, quotes, book reviews, restaurant reviews, short stories, recipes, and excerpts from Erik's letters to his dad.  Themes included poverty, religion, relationships, food, and body-image.  It was made for nine years, and there were 52 issues.  It was usually half-sized, around 28 pages, and bound with string.  It was always black-and-white photocopied.  It was distributed by [[Sweet Pea Distro]] and [[Sweet Candy Distro]].  
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It was a text heavy [[zine]] that included poems, essays, quotes, book reviews, restaurant reviews, short stories, recipes, and excerpts from Erik's letters to his dad.  Themes included poverty, religion, relationships, food, and body-image.  It was made for nine years, and there were 52 issues.  It was usually half-sized, around 28 pages, and bound with string.  It was always black-and-white photocopied.  It was distributed by [[Sweet Pea Distro]] and [[Sweet Candy Distro]].  
==See also==
==See also==

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Erik and Laura-Marie Magazine was a free perzine made by Laura-Marie Taylor of Sacramento, California, USA and sometimes included materials by her then-husband Erik Lundgren.

It was a text heavy zine that included poems, essays, quotes, book reviews, restaurant reviews, short stories, recipes, and excerpts from Erik's letters to his dad. Themes included poverty, religion, relationships, food, and body-image. It was made for nine years, and there were 52 issues. It was usually half-sized, around 28 pages, and bound with string. It was always black-and-white photocopied. It was distributed by Sweet Pea Distro and Sweet Candy Distro.

See also

External Links

http://www.erikandlauramarie.blogspot.com/

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