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'''the pine box''' is a cut-and-paste [[zine]] by [[Karen]] of St. Paul, MN. It continues her focus on nostalgia and memories.
'''the pine box''' is a cut-and-paste [[zine]] by [[Karen]] of St. Paul, MN. It continues her focus on nostalgia and memories.
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the pine box #2
the pine box #2

the pine box is a cut-and-paste zine by Karen of St. Paul, MN. It continues her focus on nostalgia and memories.

Issues

the pine box #1 36 p. Subtitled "we only know she came and went", issue #1 reexamines the path her life has taken thus far. She writes about depression and the deaths of loved ones.

the pine box #2 22 p. Subtitled "Correspondence and Distance", issue #2 focuses on found objects and other interesting items. One artice details the fate of undeliverable letters--they are sold at "postal auctions".

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