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Storylandia Issue 6: The Wapshott Journal of…

Storylandia Issue 6: The Wapshott Journal of Fiction

by Wapshott Press

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I never laughed so hard. This issue was so funny. It is an easy to read and the 6 short stories are hilarious. I can not wait to read more issues. ( )
  Hillgirl | Jun 2, 2013 |
Precise. This is how I describe the whole issue, from 1-6, of Storylandia by Wappshot Press. I never read such well-pick literary works gathered in one anthology. They should have a good team of editing staff who really looks after what works will be included or not. However, there small problems but overall they are nice.

What I like also are the book covers. Well-illustrated and well-pick.

Good Job.

See full review: http://hailgil.blogspot.com/2012/06/book-review-storylandia-1-6-wappshot.html ( )
  gilnambatac | Jun 3, 2012 |
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Storylandia, The Wapshott Journal of Fiction, Issue 6, Winter 2012, is proud to present six lovely stories that will make you smile a lot. The Deepest Crease Visible, by Paullette Gaudet; Amie and Sherry and the Twilight Diner, by Tom Sheehan; Expecting a Star, by V. Ulea; The Furtive Men Perform Nightly at the Wretched Street Bar, by J.J. Steinfeld; Best Head Ever, by Dustin Grayson; The Mall in Rainbows, by Chris Castle; cover: "La Quinta," by Magda Audifred; edited by Ginger Mayerson. More information at www.Storylandia.WapshottPress.com

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