A Child's Garden of Hearses

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'''A Child's Garden of Hearses''' was a one-off poetry zine created in March 2009 by [[Tim Train]], a writer and zine-maker in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  
'''A Child's Garden of Hearses''' was a one-off poetry zine created in March 2009 by [[Tim Train]], a writer and zine-maker in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  
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Poems were by Train, and most illustrations were by Baron von Harlot. It was A5 in size, made out of folded sheets of A4 paper. Early editions of the zine were sewn together, while later editions were stapled.  
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Poems were by Train, and most illustrations were by Baron von Harlot, while the front cover design was by Martin Kingsley. The zine was A5 in size, made out of folded sheets of A4 paper. Early editions of the zine were sewn together, while later editions were stapled.  
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Poems included in the zine were mostly humorous. Many had appeared previously on Train's blog. Others saw their first publication in the zine, including the concluding 8-page poem, 'The Bathroom Beowulf', which included a kind of pop-up toilet monster.  
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Poems were mostly humorous, with many of them appearing previously on Train's blog. Others saw their first publication in the zine, including the concluding 8-page poem, 'The Bathroom Beowulf', which included a kind of pop-up toilet monster.  
Train also publishes serial zine [[Badger's Dozen]].
Train also publishes serial zine [[Badger's Dozen]].
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== Contact ==
== Contact ==
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A Child's Garden of Hearses was a one-off poetry zine created in March 2009 by Tim Train, a writer and zine-maker in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Poems were by Train, and most illustrations were by Baron von Harlot, while the front cover design was by Martin Kingsley. The zine was A5 in size, made out of folded sheets of A4 paper. Early editions of the zine were sewn together, while later editions were stapled.

Poems were mostly humorous, with many of them appearing previously on Train's blog. Others saw their first publication in the zine, including the concluding 8-page poem, 'The Bathroom Beowulf', which included a kind of pop-up toilet monster.

Train also publishes serial zine Badger's Dozen.

Contact

timhtrain[at]yahoo.com.au

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