Editor’s Note: Vol. 3, Issue 2

Editor’s Note: Vol. 3, Issue 2

It’s February, and while some people’s thoughts turn to love, Ideomancer’s turns to crossing borders — or at least coming close.

We begin with Jay Lake’s hunt and the insight that allows one to cross into enlightenment. Charles Tuomi follows with a haunting tale of a man determined to test the narrow border that separates him from his wife. Jeremiah Tolbert brings us a story of an old man, his axe, and mortality. In addition, Greg Van Eekhout, our Featured Author, polishes his city, giving us a glimpse of what lies beneath.

Finally, I dive into the field of YA in order to bring you a book review on the first volume of The Bartimaeus Trilogy. Why should kids have all the fun?

Hope you enjoy this month’s issue!

Marsha Sisolak
Editor

 

Contents
Vol. 3 Issue 2
Editor’s Note
Fiction
“Storm Comes A’Calling” – Jeremiah Tolbert
“Clean City” – Greg van Eekhout
“The Leap From the Bridge is Ungainly” – Charles Tuomi
“February” – Jay Lake
Review
Jonathan Stroud’s The Amulet of Samarkand - Marsha Sisolak



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