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Lucky Man By Ben Tanzer
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Lucky Man is the brilliant first novel from Chicago writer Ben Tanzer. This revised version is now available on Lulu.
Lucky Man By Ben Tanzer
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Lucky Man is the brilliant first novel from Chicago writer Ben Tanzer. This revised version is now available on Lulu.
Thunderclap! Magazine Issue Cinco By Thunderclap Press
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There are only so many words one can use to describe some of the writers in including in Thunderclap! Magazine, Issue Five: mind-blowing, remarkable, creative entrepreneurs. I could go on but I'm... More > sure it's unncessary. Featuring the work of Jesse Bradley, Greg Dybec, Parker Tettleton, Len Kuntz, Murray Dunlap, Ben Tanzer, Susan Tepper, Ana Carrete, Sheldon Lee Compton, and so many more. This is, without a doubt, Thunderclap! Mag's best issue to date, and it will not disappoint.< Less
Thunderclap! Magazine Issue Five By thunderclappress
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There are only so many words one can use to describe some of the writers included in Thunderclap! Magazine, Issue Five: mind-blowing, remarkable, creative entrepreneurs. I could go on but I'm sure... More > it's unncessary. Featuring the work of Jesse Bradley, Greg Dybec, Parker Tettleton, Len Kuntz, Murray Dunlap, Ben Tanzer, Susan Tepper, Ana Carrete, Sheldon Lee Compton, and so many more. This is, without a doubt, Thunderclap! Mag's best issue to date, and it will not disappoint.< Less
Thunderclap! Magazine Issue Five By thunderclappress
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There are only so many words one can use to describe some of the writers included in Thunderclap! Magazine, Issue Five: mind-blowing, remarkable, creative entrepreneurs. I could go on but I'm sure... More > it's unncessary. Featuring the work of Jesse Bradley, Greg Dybec, Parker Tettleton, Len Kuntz, Murray Dunlap, Ben Tanzer, Susan Tepper, Ana Carrete, Sheldon Lee Compton, and so many more. This is, without a doubt, Thunderclap! Mag's best issue to date, and it will not disappoint.< Less
Revenge of the Scammed By The Scammed
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Revenge of the Scammed is a benefit anthology to support Edward J. Rathke. The anthology features 17 tales of revenge from the following authors: David S. Atkinson, Susan Gibb, Douglas Hackle,... More > Christopher T Garry, Alex Pruteanu, Ben Tanzer, Rory Fleming, Matt Rowan, Richard Thomas, William Lemon, Stephen Conley, Paul Beckman, Ryan Shoemaker, Matt Potter, Sameul-Snoek Brown, Stephen V Ramey, and Peter Tieryas Liu. Cover art by Ryan Bradley. While many individuals are harmed in these stories, no one was harmed in the making of this anthology. However, we can't guarantee that you won't be harmed from reading it.< Less
Midwestern Gothic: Fall 2016 Issue 23 By Midwestern Gothic
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Issue 23 features nonfiction from Meredith Boe, Mark Clemens, Lacey N. Dunham, Dave Essinger, Cal Freeman, Tracy Harris, Allyson Hoffman, Sarah Kasbeer, Dirk Marple, Sahar Mustafah, Micah McCrary,... More > Toni Nealie, Anna Prushinskaya, Stephanie Ratanas, Christi R. Suzanne, Ben Tanzer, Laura Hulthen Thomas, Michaella A. Thornton, Nicholas Ward, and Melissa Wilkins. Midwestern Gothic is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived here. Midwestern Gothic aims to collect the very best in writing inspired by the Midwest.< Less
Midwestern Gothic: Fall 2016 Issue 23 By Midwestern Gothic
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Issue 23 features nonfiction from Meredith Boe, Mark Clemens, Lacey N. Dunham, Dave Essinger, Cal Freeman, Tracy Harris, Allyson Hoffman, Sarah Kasbeer, Dirk Marple, Sahar Mustafah, Micah McCrary,... More > Toni Nealie, Anna Prushinskaya, Stephanie Ratanas, Christi R. Suzanne, Ben Tanzer, Laura Hulthen Thomas, Michaella A. Thornton, Nicholas Ward, and Melissa Wilkins. Midwestern Gothic is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived here. Midwestern Gothic aims to collect the very best in writing inspired by the Midwest.< Less
Midwestern Gothic: Winter 2015 Issue 16 By Midwestern Gothic
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Issue 16 features the winners of the first annual Lake Prize for fiction and poetry, as well as featuring fiction from Aaron M. Geer, Dani Heinemeyer, Nikki Kallio, T.j. Martinson, Angela Mitchell,... More > Nora Neill, Brian Petkash, Lee Ann Roripaugh, Sarah Terez Rosenblum, Katie Steen, Michael Stoneberg, Ben Tanzer, Jackson Tobin, Douglas Trevor, Mike Wilson. Poetry from Justin Brouckhaert, Sarah Carson, Laura Donnelly, Jennifer Finstrom, David Hamilton, Ting Gou, Alisha Erin Hillam, Marlin M. Jenkins, Sara Quinn Ravara, Holly Jensen, Brandon Rushton, Bailey Spencer, Matt Tordoff, Kerry Trautman, Wendy Vardaman, and Abigail Welhouse. Midwestern Gothic is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived here. Midwestern Gothic aims to collect the very best in writing inspired by the Midwest.< Less
Midwestern Gothic: Winter 2015 Issue 16 By Midwestern Gothic
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Issue 16 features the winners of the first annual Lake Prize for fiction and poetry, as well as featuring fiction from Aaron M. Geer, Dani Heinemeyer, Nikki Kallio, T.j. Martinson, Angela Mitchell,... More > Nora Neill, Brian Petkash, Lee Ann Roripaugh, Sarah Terez Rosenblum, Katie Steen, Michael Stoneberg, Ben Tanzer, Jackson Tobin, Douglas Trevor, Mike Wilson. Poetry from Justin Brouckhaert, Sarah Carson, Laura Donnelly, Jennifer Finstrom, David Hamilton, Ting Gou, Alisha Erin Hillam, Marlin M. Jenkins, Sara Quinn Ravara, Holly Jensen, Brandon Rushton, Bailey Spencer, Matt Tordoff, Kerry Trautman, Wendy Vardaman, and Abigail Welhouse. Midwestern Gothic is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived here. Midwestern Gothic aims to collect the very best in writing inspired by the Midwest.< Less