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Deep Magic April 2005

Deep Magic April 2005

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FoundersChief Editor — Jeremy WhittedManaging Editor — Jeff Wheeler Contributing Editor — Brendon Taylor Senior Staff  Tech Geek/Kenatos Lead — Steven RichardsBook Reviews Manager — Matthew Scott WinslowCopyediting Manager — JW WrennStaff Copyeditor — Joel BrownBook Reviewer — Rochelle Buck  Art Coordinator - Nikki GoethalsPocketDM Layout/Kenatos Lead — Mike LoosCopyeditor — Mark Reeder Copyeditor — Keri StevensonBook Reviewer — Sean T. M. StiennonSubmissions Review — All Staff Graphic Design — Jeremy Whitted Art Director — Jeff Wheeler  Associate Art Director — Reuben Fox Marketing — Jeff Wheeler Legal — Brendon Taylor Many thanks to our volunteer proofreaders: A. M. StickelIsaac Nydegger L. D. ReeceJohne Cook  Website:http://www.deep-magic.net Feedback:http://www.deep-magic.net/contact Forums:http://www.deep-magic.net/forumsCover by Howard Lyon
Brotherhood of the Burning Heart 
Deep Magic strives to produce and publish morally responsible art and literature. Although great effort has been made to refer our read- ers to like-minded websites, Deep Magic is not capable of controlling the content in other sites linked to or referenced herein. Thus, Deep Magic encourages its readers to use their own discretion when visiting other sites identified on our site or in Deep Magic: The E-Zine of High Fantasy and Science Fiction.
 All Content copyright © 2005 Amberlin, Inc., an Idaho Nonprofit Corporation
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If you are familiar with the internet at all, you knowhow common dead and broken links are. If you ever tryto access a link from this e-zine and it no longer works,don’t give up. Go tohttp://www.deep-magic.netwhere youwill nd archives of previous issues. As we catch deadand broken links, we will make a note on the correctionspage for that issue. If that is the case, you will nd thecorrected URL there. If we have not already caught thedefective link, pleaselet us know, and we will do all wecan to track down an updated URL for the informationyou seek. However, please keep in mind that sometimescontent is taken down and is gone forever.
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Deep Magic: The E-zine of High Fantasy and Science FictionApril 2005
Note From the Editors
 April 2005
It is always tempting to begin the April editor’s note with a gag since the 1
st
is April Fool’s day.We could say something like ‘alas, this is our nal issue’ or claim to have stories written by RobinHobb or George R. R. Martin. But we’re an honest bunch. Instead, we offer you our heartfeltwelcome to April’s issue of Deep Magic. Oh, and your shoes are untied.Our cover artist this month is the inestimable Howard Lyon – you might recognize some of hiswork in Wizards of the Coast material. Our authors have spared no one this month, startingwith Jean Meyer’s light-hearted comic fantasy,
 A Midwinter-Night’s Nightmare
. Then we areentertained with another story by Deep Magic veteran Michael Graves in the tale of two battlingarmies from two opposing cultures in
One Last Kiss, One Last Caress.
And our sci- story thismonth delves into the inner demons found in the semiconductor industry. JT Slane is back witha twisted tale called
IMP01
. Also this month, we begin another novel serialization. Mark Reeder plunges us into a brilliantother-world saga called
Shadowloom
. We will continue this story over the next few issues andhope you enjoy the extra reading these next few months.We are fortunate to have Lynn Flewelling (author of the
Nightrunner
series and the TamirTrilogy) with us this month, who has written a wonderful article on the do’s and don’ts of creating characters. As you can see, we have a full house this month. We also have a special announcement in storefor next month’s issue as we draw to the close of three years of publishing Deep Magic everymonth. Thirty-six issues is a grand milestone. With your help and support, we hope to journeymuch farther.Enjoy!The Editors
Safe Places for Minds to Wander 

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