La Pierna Tierna

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'''La Pierna Tierna''' was a small press poetry publication by Lorin Emery and Penny Towne.
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'''La Pierna Tierna''' was a small press poetry publication by Loring Emery and Penny Towne.
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''La Pierna Tierna'' was published in the 1990s in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A. it focused on a variety of poetry including science fiction, fantasy, specualtive, and horror poetry.
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''La Pierna Tierna'' was published in the 1990s in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A. it focused on a variety of poetry including science fiction, fantasy, speculative, and horror poetry. At least seven issues were released. with issue 7 appearing in November 1996.
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Contributors included Mark Scott Bagula, Lisa E. Quillen, R.K. Singh, Susan Snowden, Geoff Stevens, Kiel Stuart, and Wade Tarzia.  
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Contributors have included Joseph Allen, Mark Scott Bagula, Lisa E. Quillen, R.K. Singh, Susan Snowden, Geoff Stevens, Kiel Stuart, and Wade Tarzia.
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Loring Emery and Penny Towne also published [[Up Dare?]].
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Loring Emery contributed his writing to publications such as [[Little Green Men]], [[Mindsparks]], [[Scavenger's Newsletter]], and [[The Vampire's Crypt]], among others.
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La Pierna Tierna was a small press poetry publication by Loring Emery and Penny Towne.

La Pierna Tierna was published in the 1990s in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A. it focused on a variety of poetry including science fiction, fantasy, speculative, and horror poetry. At least seven issues were released. with issue 7 appearing in November 1996.

Contributors have included Joseph Allen, Mark Scott Bagula, Lisa E. Quillen, R.K. Singh, Susan Snowden, Geoff Stevens, Kiel Stuart, and Wade Tarzia.

Loring Emery and Penny Towne also published Up Dare?.

Loring Emery contributed his writing to publications such as Little Green Men, Mindsparks, Scavenger's Newsletter, and The Vampire's Crypt, among others.

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