Issue 5, Volume 1, Number 5
June 2002

Editor: Fraser Ronald
Cover Illustration: Plague Fey by Michael Dallaire.
Please visit his galleries at Rebel Artist.
Cover Design by Fraser Ronald.

Table of Contents

Editorial Rejections
As a writer, I've had to come to terms with rejections. No one likes them, but I've made peace with them.

Fiction On The Hoof
A short story by Howard Andrew Jones
Another Elise story (we had the pleasure of presenting "A Stone's Throw" in Issue 3), as the mercenary officer faces off against a quick-witted foe.

Fiction Raw Boned Woman
A short story by Steven Shrewbury
His woman didn't have the meat and muscle most of his tribe expected. She was a little scrawny. But was there more to her than that?

Fiction God's Words
A short story by Andura Hughes
A vision of a god greater than oneself. The sound of the unknowable voice of an eternal being. All that and a salad.

Fiction Hadrapole: Ghosts, Whites, And Wizards
Serial fiction from the Hadrapole shared setting.
Andru's world gets a whole lot bleaker. Kent and Maeve meet someone they'd rather not. Gram decides to make his precense known in the Stone Docks.
Warning, some of the language used may give offence.

Review She Is The Darkness Review
A book review by Fraser Ronald
This is a review of the book by Glen Cook, from Tor. This is Book Two of "Glittering Stone" and the Seventh Chronicle of the Black Company.

Review Water Sleeps Review
A book review by Fraser Ronald
This is a review of the book by Glen Cook, from Tor. This is Book Three of "Glittering Stone" and the Eighth Chronicle of the Black Company.

Review Spider-Man Review
A movie review by Fraser Ronald
A review of the new Sam Raimi movie based on the Spider-Man comic book. There's been a lot of hype and anticipation. Was it worth the wait?

Review The 6th Day Review
A movie review by Fraser Ronald
A review of the Arnold Schwarzenegger science fiction movie about cloning.

Review A Review of Roman Polanski's Macbeth
A movie review by Fraser Ronald
There have been many versions of Macbeth, the tragedy by William Shakespeare, however, director Roman Polanski's may be of special interest to those of us who also love fantasy.

The AtFantasy Writers' Workshop Don't Stick Those Furry Feet Where They Don't Belong
A Writers' Workshop Article by C.A. Casey.
Description is important to a writer who builds a world from scratch. Still, there's no need to shove that down anyone's throat. When did we learn Hobbits had hairy feet?

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NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, all material presented here are copyright and property of the indicated authors. And that's about the extent of my legal knowledge. So sue me! Er, . . . maybe not.