The Love City Success Story

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'''[http://thelovecitysuccessstory.com/ The Love City Success Story]''' is a photography zine from Provo, Utah.
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'''The Love City Success Story''' (2009 - present) is a photography [[zine]] from Provo, Utah.
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Authored by Trevor Christensen, the Love City Zine started in October 2009. The Love City Zine is a quarterly that focuses on photography, journalism and art. A typical issue includes photo essays, critical looks at selected photos from Trevor Christensen's portfolio and philosophical essays about the medium.
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Shot, authored and designed by Trevor Christensen, the Love City Success Story is a quarterly that focuses on photography, journalism and art. A typical issue includes photo essays, critical looks at selected photos from Trevor Christensen's portfolio and philosophical essays about the medium.
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==External Links==
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*[http://thelovecitysuccessstory.com Website/blog for The Love City Success Story]
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*[http://trevorchristensen.com Portfolio website of Trevor Christensen]
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[[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]]
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[[Category:Utah Zines]]
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[[Category:2000's publications]]
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[[Category:Photography Zine]]
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{{DEFAULTSORT:Love City Success Story}}

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Issue #4 of the Love City Zine.
Issue #4 of the Love City Zine.

The Love City Success Story (2009 - present) is a photography zine from Provo, Utah.

Shot, authored and designed by Trevor Christensen, the Love City Success Story is a quarterly that focuses on photography, journalism and art. A typical issue includes photo essays, critical looks at selected photos from Trevor Christensen's portfolio and philosophical essays about the medium.

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