The Witch Is Back

Mab Ipswich by Elizabeth Rose Stanton
copyright 2011 Elizabeth Rose Stanton

I’m pleased to announce that my second Mab story, Mab Ipswich and the Stinking Storm has just been published in the Winter Issue of the magazine Underneath the Juniper Tree! Check it out here on pages 25-32!

This is especially exciting since it features the debut in print of Mab’s best friend and partner in crime, Beatrice Bardy. Also, there are eyeball desserts, stench storms, cafeteria food, and sweet, sweet revenge. And a great illustration by the artist Teg Win. Enjoy!

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  1. Awesome, awesome. Great job, my man!

  2. Thanks, Tymothy, and same to you. I loved “Death Takes a Holiday”!

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