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Fine Line Magazine Issue One: Welcome Home Home is not just a place we look back on with fondness; it is the idea of being at home where ever yo… Read More
Fine Line Magazine Issue One: Welcome Home Home is not just a place we look back on with fondness; it is the idea of being at home where ever you are, with those around you and with yourself. As a collection, it is introverted, excited and reflective. It is the perfect inaugural issue as we as editors step into a new home and welcome you into it, hoping you find some piece of it yourself. Read Less
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Issue One | Welcome Home
Released November 19th 2010, 48 pages
110# cover (300 gsm), matte laminated
100# text (150 gsm), matte laminated
Perfect bound, 9” x 11”, Embossed front cover
500 hand number copies
Jeremy Daignault
Text: Welcome Home
Jennifer Bastian
Inca Pan

Quote: "Never confuse movement with action" Ernest Hemingway
Matthew Craven
Quote: "All man's miseries derive from not being able to sit quietly in a room alone." Blaise Pascal
Casey Jex Smith
Quote: "It was the end of sorrow lies, the rail stations where dead. Flowing like bees stung from honeysuckle the people hung back and watched the ocean. Animals flew in and out of focus, the time had come, yet king dogs never grow old, they stay young and fit. And someday they might come to the beach and have a few drinks, a few laughs, and get on with it. But not now, the tiem had come; we all knew it. But who would go first?" Andre Breton
Casey Jex Smith
Quote: "If I have seen farther, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants." Bernard of Chartres/Isaac Newton
Virginia Echeverria Whipple
Quote: "There will be a time, there will be a time / To prepare a face to meet the faces that you meet / There will be a time to murder and create / And a time for all the works and days of hands / That life and drop a question on your plate / Time for you and time for me / And time yet for a hundred indecisions / And for a hundred visions and revisions / Before the taking of a toast and tea." T.S. Eliot