Autumn 2007 Volume One Issue Four
When we have shuffled off this mortal coil,
Must give us pause . . ."
Just be glad the King doesn't invade your own favorite fairy tale . . .
Don't be askin' questions 'less you really, really want the answers.
Sometimes the jouney home takes such a very long time . . .
This rollicking twisted short takes a poke at the standard genre cliches.
What price, knowledge -- and how do you unlearn what you wish you didn't know?
Elegant. Evocative. Enduring.
When the very air is slow poison, where do you go for respite?
A picture can haunt you for years.
Another kind of journey, altogether.
A Chainsaw-Wielding Yankee in King Arthur's Demonic Court - Richard Scott Nokes
A concise and excellent examination about what we're still learning about ourselves through those once and future stories that echo of Camelot.
Fun, educational . . . and more than a little creepy.
_____I'm really, really delighted with the quality of the pieces, and couldn't be more pleased with the resulting Fall issue.
Hope you like it, too.