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ISBN : 36180627
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Number of Pages : 144 Pages
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  • Ellen
    2019-01-24 14:19

    Mixed, same as any collection or magazine. Standouts were: "Ray's Birthday Bar" by Emma Copley Eisenberg; "The Goodnow Guide" by Amanda Emil Anderson; "Heaven for Your Full Lungs" by David E. Yee; "The Butcher" by Akil Kumarasamy. (Actually, on the whole the magazine was a great collection of stories -- just one I disliked, many of the rest doing an amazing job building a sense of place and of the characters' lives.)