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The Scribe 2017

This page is currently under construction, please come back as we will be adding more and more issues. You can find all the issues on Smashwords. Click on the cover images below to view a particular issue. Links at the bottom lead to back issues. 
June 2017
The June 2017 edition features an article on Gateway Con and coverage of our May workshop, written by Ryan P. Freeman.
May 2017 
The May 2017 edition features coverage of our April workshop, written by Jennifer Stolzer.
April 2017
The April 2017 edition features a message from our Guild President, an essay by Ryan P. Freeman, an original short story by Glenn Sartori, and coverage of our March workshop, also written by Ryan P. Freeman.