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would you call it a place

Megan Stockton and Patricia No
Flint Magazine
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Poems and images exchanged between Patricia No & Megan Stockton.

Risograph printing by Megan Stockton & Paul Goodrich

Text: Purple Risograph ink on French #110 Smart White Paper

Cover: Metallic Silver Offset on French Steel Blue Construction Envelope

  1. would you call it a place

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