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Hello talented writers, fans and friends,

this is a quick email to let you know that Issue 5 of streetcake is now on the site!

Please do give us a visit and have a read. We also have the biographies up for all the writers included this issue.

Our talented roll call is as follows:

sean burn, stephanie codsi,
trini decombe, nikki dudley,
kyle hemmings, P.A. levy,
anna mckerrow, angela readman,
sarah shaheen and lora stimson.

Also, we'd like a bit more feedback. So if you have any thoughts on the issue, please give us an email or find us on facebook/twitter and share your thoughts.

All the best and happy reading,

Nikki and Trini


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