Welcome to Flavor Country

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'''Welcome to Flavor Country''' is a [[zine]] by Seattle [[zinester]] [[Kurt Morris]]. It was started in 2004 and is a personal zine exploring the typical existential topics of life. Most of it is of a typical perzine format including anecdotes, short stories, poetry, etc. The focus tends to be more on the written word as opposed to the layout, as Morris admits to having no artistic talent whatsoever and prefers that most attention be made towards the writing and not any visual medium. Starting with issue #8, the cover art has been a unique piece done by an artist of the author's choosing.  
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'''Welcome to Flavor Country''' is a [[zine]] by Seattle [[zinester]] [[Kurt Morris]]. It was started in 2004 and is a personal zine exploring the typical existential topics of life. Most of it is of a typical [[perzine]] format including anecdotes, short stories, poetry, etc. The focus tends to be more on the written word as opposed to the layout, as Morris admits to having no artistic talent whatsoever and prefers that most attention be made towards the writing and not any visual medium. Starting with issue #8, the cover art has been a unique piece done by an artist of the author's choosing.  
==External Links==
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* [http://www.myspace.com/welcometoflavorcountry Welcome to Flavor Country's MySpace page]
* [http://www.myspace.com/welcometoflavorcountry Welcome to Flavor Country's MySpace page]
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Washington Zines]][[Category:2000's publications]]

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Welcome to Flavor Country #9

Welcome to Flavor Country is a zine by Seattle zinester Kurt Morris. It was started in 2004 and is a personal zine exploring the typical existential topics of life. Most of it is of a typical perzine format including anecdotes, short stories, poetry, etc. The focus tends to be more on the written word as opposed to the layout, as Morris admits to having no artistic talent whatsoever and prefers that most attention be made towards the writing and not any visual medium. Starting with issue #8, the cover art has been a unique piece done by an artist of the author's choosing.

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