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Storm Cellar 5.2 ebook

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Our latest (it was delayed, oy!) and greatest, jam-spackled with delight, gross-outs, machinations, escape, love lost, courage found, lyric ecstasy, and tangible detail from thirty-three writers and artists.

FICTION by Ethan Forrest Ross, Michelle Ross, J. E. Reich, Jeff Ewing, Curtis VanDonkelaar
FLASH by Jefferson Navicky, Brenna Womer, Ann Stewart McBee, Max Delsohn
CREATIVE NONFICTION by Ana Arredondo, Matt Muilenburg, Laura Bernstein-Machlay
POETRY by Lori Lamothe, Rebecca O’Bern, Ari Wolff, Jaime Garcia, Melissa Atkinson Mercer, Erica Wright, Sara Ryan, Jesse De Angelis, John Sibley Williams, Sarah Ann Winn
IMAGES by Amy Kotthaus, Adam J. Gellings, Christine Stoddard, David Todd McCarty, Olivia Inwood, Nicole Edine, Kristi Kohut, Jes Trejo, W. Jack Savage, Harry Wilson, and a cover by Brian Michael Barbeito

Full color, ~80 pp.

The print edition is over here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/484400165/


5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by emcathow
5 out of 5 stars
Sep 30, 2017
Storm Cellar 6.2 print

Reviewed by gggales1
5 out of 5 stars
Oct 16, 2016
Lovely issue, one of my favorite pieces was the very first by Ana Arredondo.
Storm Cellar 5.2 ebook

Reviewed by Janet Edwards
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 3, 2013
thanks! can't wait to read through it.
Storm Cellar 2.2 ebook - The "Women" Issue

Reviewed by Janet Edwards
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 3, 2013
thanks! can't wait to read through it.
Storm Cellar 2.1 eBook


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