Dorothea

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Dorothea is a storybook quarter sized zine published by [[paper-xerox-staples]] distro and press, and written by [[Mike Baker]] from Florida.  
Dorothea is a storybook quarter sized zine published by [[paper-xerox-staples]] distro and press, and written by [[Mike Baker]] from Florida.  
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The stories are group conceptually by the time they were written or more personally by a less obvious element, but never by theme. They are mostly micro fiction.
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The stories are grouped conceptually by the date they were written, or more personally by a less obvious element, but never by theme. They are mostly micro fiction.
Issue number 1 consisted of stories written right after the author's mother died of cancer.  Most are sad and sexualized tales of love gone good, then bad. Or little fragments of death and loss.  
Issue number 1 consisted of stories written right after the author's mother died of cancer.  Most are sad and sexualized tales of love gone good, then bad. Or little fragments of death and loss.  
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Revision as of 22:04, 6 March 2009

Dorothea is a storybook quarter sized zine published by paper-xerox-staples distro and press, and written by Mike Baker from Florida.

The stories are grouped conceptually by the date they were written, or more personally by a less obvious element, but never by theme. They are mostly micro fiction.

Issue number 1 consisted of stories written right after the author's mother died of cancer. Most are sad and sexualized tales of love gone good, then bad. Or little fragments of death and loss.

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