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Storm Cellar 6.2 ebook

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This issue of Storm Cellar, #6.2, is nicknamed "Partition Table." We've got rogue wagons, rogue fiancées, rogue republics, rogue magic brownies, rogue laundry, rogue uteruses, and a lot more. Features the winners of our 2017 Force Majeure Flash Contest.

FICTION by Rachel Linn, Brian Phillip Whalen, Heather Whited, Sara Lippmann
FLASH by Anne Riesenberg, Bucket Siler, Rita Ciresi, Alex Clark, Oscar Mancinas, Derek Updegraff, Lana Spendl, Jennifer Lynn Krohn, Amanda Bloom, Travis Truax, Sarah Feng
NONFICTION by Mary Mullen, Kristine Langley Mahler, José Angel Araguz
POETRY by Jason Morphew,Bruce Alford, Peter Burzynski, Lori Propheter, Javier Perez, Audrey Glass, Lynne Potts, Katie Hibner
IMAGES by Bill Wolak, Heather Lewis, Shushanik Karapetyan, Diana Simon, and cover by Erik Farseth

~80pp., color. Get the print object here: etsy.me/2vGfySk

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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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