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Sybil's Garage #4, March 2007 by Matthew Kressel
Edited by Matthew Kressel
Cover Artist: Kris Dikeman
Review by Sam Tomaino
Five Senses Press Zine  ISBN/ITEM#: 1557-9735
Date: 26 April 2007

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This is the 4th issue of Sybil's Garage and it continues to be a very different magazine. These are mostly mood pieces or character studies, not much on plot and difficult to summarize. I liked all the stories and the whole issue was very well packaged. I like the magazine's custom of recommending specific music to read each story by, even though I did not take advantage of the suggestions.

From official release/information:

Sybil's Garage #4, March 2007 – ISSN 1557-9735
Senses Five Press, 307 Madison St, No 3L, Hoboken, NJ 07030-1937
Price: $5.00
Editor: Matthew Kressel – Cover: Kris Dikeman

Table of Contents:
Fiction: Seas of the World by Ekaterina Sedia * After the War by Leah Bobet * Translucence by Rowena Southard * Jetsam by Livia Llewellyn * Pairings by John Bowker * An Appetite for Love by Cat Rambo * On Death and the Deuce by Richard Bowes * Means of Communication by Barbara Krasnoff * Strangeness by Steve Rasnic Tem
Poetry: The Answer Compounded by J.C. Runolfson * Frayed Worlds by David C. Kopaska-Markel & Wendy Rathbone * Dear Melody by Rachel Swirsky * Flesh Into Sand by JoSelle Vanderhooft * One of the Reasons by Kristine Ong Muslim * Farewell by Jamie Lee Moyer * Arrive on Tome by Bruce Boston * If the Shoe Fits by Aurelio Rico Lopez III
Interviews: Interview with Stephen Segal by Devin Poore * Interview with Jeffrey Ford by Matthew Kressel

(Source: Five Senses Press)

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