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STRAWBERRY PRESS MAGAZINE
DECEMBER
2003
VOLUME ONE ISSUE SIX
 

Volume One Issue Six was sort of hastily constructed. The holidays, as I expected, have made everything a little bit crazy, and there’s been a drop-off of activity here at the press; not to mention my co-editor was out of the country for half the month. No worries. We still prevailed!

 

This issue features work by Martin A. David, who has contributed previously to our website, as well as new work by Kyle Ancowitz, a talented up and coming theatre director who works with The Blue Coyote Theatre Group here in New York City. He’s written a perspective on mandatory jury duty, with his usual strangely glib style. Check it out.

 

There is also an older work by Whit Frazier, excerpted from a longer aborted work (or work-in-progress, however you’d like to look at it.) It’s a blues influenced piece in three parts, and is an entire sub-story to a novella I was working on a few years back. It’s always occurred to me to put the parts of this piece together and see how they work on their own, and this was the perfect opportunity to try just that. I hope you enjoy it.

 

A Merry Christmas to everyone, and a happy New Year as well. The New Year will find Strawberry Press back with a renewed vigor, and possibly a new look.

 

 

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