the Captive and the Dead: cc&d magazine v258 (the October 2015 issue)
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Item Dimensions: 90060027
Label: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Number Of Pages: 108
Publication Date: October 02, 2015
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Studio: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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"the Captive and the Dead" is a 2015 Scars Publications' cc&d magazine (v258) 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 is being released every other month 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 writers and artists like Janet Kuypers, Michael Ceraolo, Jackie Wolk, Cheryl Townsend photography, I.B. Rad, the HA!Man of South Africa (with art), R. N. Taber, Chen Okafor, Doug Draime, G. A. Scheinoha, Aaron Wilder (with art), Fritz Hamilton, Brian Looney (with art), L. Payne, CEE, David Hernandez, Patrick Fealey (with art), MCD, Ronald Charles Epstein, Eric Bonholtzer (with art), Richard King Perkins II, Bill Yarrow, Bob Rashkow, Eric Allen Yankee, Luis Martinez, Eric Burbridge, Liam Spencer, Kyle Hemmings (with art), David J. Thompson (with art), Patrick Fealey, David Michael Jackson (with art), Aaron Wilder (with art), Dennis Delrow, Uzeyir Lokman CAYCI (with art), Edward Michael O'Durr Supranowicz (with a story and art), Linda Griffin, Peter LaBerge (with art), Spencer Pearman, Kyle Hemmings (with art), and Charles Hayes.
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