the New World

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the New World
 

cc&d magazine v271 (the May 2017 issue)

Authored by cc&d, Angel Abitua, ayaz daryl nielsen, Bill Hemmig, Brian Looney, Donal Mahoney, Drew Marshall, Eric Burbridge, Greg G. Zaino, Janet Kuypers, John Grey, John Sweet, Marlo Swagemeier, Mike Jones, Johnson Lee johnson, Oz Hardwick, Thom Woodruff, Charles Hayes, Victoria Kuykendall, Linda M. Crate, C E E

"the New World" is a 2017 Scars Publications' cc&d magazine (v271) poetry and short story book by assorted writers and artists. "Children, Churches and Daddies" (AKA cc&d, subtitle "the UN-religious, NON-family oriented literary and art magazine) has been printed in many forms since it's inception in 1993, but since 2014 cc&d has been released every other month (with bonus issues) as a 6"x9" perfect-bound paperback book, with not only it's usual ISSN# (print ISSN# 1068-5154, Internet ISSN# 1555-1555), but also an ISBN#. With ISBN#s for issue/book releases, all issues now carry a title to accompany the new format, reflecting the writing inside the book and the cover design. Writers and artists in this book include Angel Abitua, ayaz daryl nielsen, Bill Hemmig, Brian Looney, CEE, Charles Hayes, Dan Fitzgerald, Donal Mahoney, Drew Marshall, Eric Bonholtzer, Eric Burbridge, Eric Obame, Erika Byrne-Ludwig, Francois le Roux, Greg G. Zaino, John Grey, John Sweet, Linda M. Crate, Marlo Swagemeier, Mike Jone, Michael Lee Johnson, Nora McDonald, Oz Hardwick, Preeti Singh, R. N. Taber, Richard King Perkins II, Russ Bickerstaff, Thom Woodruff, Victoria Kuykendall, and Xanadu, with art from Edward Michael O'Durr Supranowicz, Cheryl Townsend, Westley Heine, Rose E. Grier, Patrick Fealey, David M Jackson, David J. Thompson, Peter LaBerge, and Uzeyir Cayci.


Publication Date:
2017-05-01
ISBN/EAN13:
1544983921 / 9781544983929
Page Count:
108
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Literary Collections / General




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