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What Are Friends For


By: Marsha Karzmer

Price: CAD $21.95

Publisher: RED WHEEL/WEISER

Imprint: Conari Press

80 Pages

6 X 6 ins

ISBN:  9781573244145 -- Hardcover

Publication Date: 03/01/2009

What Are Friends For? follows up on Marsha Karzmer's best-selling first book How Old Is Beautiful? Karzmer applies her eagle eye and sharp scissors to phrases she fi nds in magazines and newspapers and constructs "ransom note" style paeans to women everywhere.

Friendship is a many splendored thing -- our friends help us grieve, celebrate, grow, and giggle. What Are Friends For? has quirky, smart, sincere, and downright funny statements on how friendships change us and evolve over time. Karzmer draws on her own experiences with love, life, marriage, and children, and how friends have played an important part in her life.


Marsha Karzmer is an independent signing agent, a videographer, and a writer with scissors. She creates her work by cutting phrases, headlines, and words out of magazines, newspapers, or any print media at hand and assembling them into inspiring messages.



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