Winterspark

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'''Winterspark''' is the [[perzine]] of Australian writer [[Jade]], owner of the now-defunct [[Eclectic Starsparks Zine Distro]].  
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'''Winterspark''' is the [[perzine]] of Australian [[writer]] [[Jade]], owner of the now-defunct [[Eclectic Starsparks Zine Distro]].  
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The first issue of '''Winterspark''' zine was released in November 2004 and was subtitled "Soulbreaking". The most recent issue, issue 4, was subtitled "Where We Belong" and released in March 2006. Winterspark zine has touched on issues such as recovering from depression, travel experiences, breakups and new relationships, becoming a pseudo step-parent, and office life culture. It has also featured some of the [[writer]]'s fiction & prose and art journal entries.
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The first issue of '''Winterspark''' zine was released in November 2004 and was subtitled "Soulbreaking". The most recent issue, issue 4, was subtitled "Where We Belong" and released in March 2006. '''Winterspark''' zine has touched on issues such as recovering from depression, travel experiences, breakups and new relationships, becoming a pseudo step-parent, and office life culture. It has featured some of the writer's fiction & prose and art journal entries, and her photography as well.
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Revision as of 04:58, 4 March 2007

Winterspark is the perzine of Australian writer Jade, owner of the now-defunct Eclectic Starsparks Zine Distro.

The first issue of Winterspark zine was released in November 2004 and was subtitled "Soulbreaking". The most recent issue, issue 4, was subtitled "Where We Belong" and released in March 2006. Winterspark zine has touched on issues such as recovering from depression, travel experiences, breakups and new relationships, becoming a pseudo step-parent, and office life culture. It has featured some of the writer's fiction & prose and art journal entries, and her photography as well.

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