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'''Ghost Pine''' is a zine by Jeff Miller, previously published in Nepean, Ontario, Canada, and subsequently published in Quebec, Canada.
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'''Ghost Pine''' is a zine by Jeff Miller, previously published in Nepean, Ontario, Canada, and subsequently published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  
''Ghost Pine'' is a [[perzine]] that features writing and obsrevations by the ediotr. In his review on NewPages.com, Sean Stewart says of  Ghost Pine, "Perzines are often too personal...But the writing in Ghost Pine, though rooted in [[Punk|punk rock]] and [[activist|activism]], trvels way beyond it in significance."
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''Ghost Pine'' is a [[lit-zine]] that also functions as a [[perzine]] that features writing, generally in the form of stories by the editor. In his review on NewPages.com, Sean Stewart says of  ''Ghost Pine'', "Perzines are often too personal...But the writing in ''Ghost Pine'', though rooted in [[Punk|punk rock]] and [[activist|activism]], trvels way beyond it in significance."
  
 
Selections from ''Ghost Pine'' are featured in [[Zine Yearbook]] issue nine, published in 2008.  
 
Selections from ''Ghost Pine'' are featured in [[Zine Yearbook]] issue nine, published in 2008.  
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*[http://www.newpages.com/magazinestand/zines/zinearchives/number33/zinerack33.htm Review of ''Ghost Pine'']
 
*[http://www.newpages.com/magazinestand/zines/zinearchives/number33/zinerack33.htm Review of ''Ghost Pine'']
  
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Revision as of 12:51, 30 March 2009

Ghost Pine is a zine by Jeff Miller, previously published in Nepean, Ontario, Canada, and subsequently published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Ghost Pine is a lit-zine that also functions as a perzine that features writing, generally in the form of stories by the editor. In his review on NewPages.com, Sean Stewart says of Ghost Pine, "Perzines are often too personal...But the writing in Ghost Pine, though rooted in punk rock and activism, trvels way beyond it in significance."

Selections from Ghost Pine are featured in Zine Yearbook issue nine, published in 2008.

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