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STRAWBERRY PRESS MAGAZINE
VOLUME ONE ISSUE SEVEN
Volume One Issue Seven welcomes in the New Year. We hope everyone enjoyed the holiday season. The holidays have made everything a little bit crazy, and while I’m a big fan of the season, it will be nice to get back to being able to focus on the press, and writing in general.
This issue features work by Brian Schell, who is new to Strawberry Press. He’s written a very funny piece about something we all know something about, which is not having enough money. There is also an excerpt from a longer work by Kiley Jon Clark. It’s a story about growing up in a small town, and the way children perceive adults. Kiley Jon Clark is new to Strawberry Press as well. One of our first writers, Robert Levin, has a piece in this issue, which is funny, surprising and witty. I’m glad to have Robert working with us again. Finally, there is a fiction piece by Johanna Goldstein, a talented young writer from the Washington, DC area.
I’ve added a perspective on Tarantino’s first film in six years, Kill Bill: Volume One. It’s a short piece, and I think it had to be. Kill Bill isn’t a film that’s easy to talk on and on about. Check it out. I’m pleased with this issue, and I hope you will be too.