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Deep Magic August 2005

Deep Magic August 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  Art Coordinator - Nikki GoethalsBook Reviewer — Rochelle Buck Book Reviewer — Sean T. M. StiennonBook Reviewer — Ida ClinkscalesCopyeditor — Mark Reeder Copyeditor — Keri StevensonCopyeditor — Amy R. Butler Copyeditor — Joel BrownCopyeditor - Tamar ZeffrenPocketDM Layout/Kenatos Lead — Mike LoosSubmissions 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 Anders Finer 
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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We would like to welcome our newest staff member, Tamar Zeffren. We’re excited to haveher on board and look forward to working withher.
Deep Magic: The E-zine of High Fantasy and Science FictionAugust 2005
Note From the Editors
 August 2005
s the summer break—or summer holiday, if you are from that side of the pond—winds to aclose, we gladly bring you another issue of high fantasy and science ction. Fill your mindswith our magic and enjoy the wonderful ction and art inside.July beckoned in a new wave of Pottermania as J.K Rowling released her sixth HarryPotter novel and broke worldwide sales records in grand fashion. We at Deep Magic welcome theattention she has garnered for the genre and applaud her accomplishments. Our book reviewssection focuses on
Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
, and we invite you to add your opinionto the user review section of our book reviews website.We also applaud our own authors and the wonderful stories they have shared with us,which we now bring to you. This includes a beautiful array of short ction; “Raven Song” byMarcie Lynn Tentchoff, “Book of the Strongest” by Jonathan Moeller and “Unless a Seed Dies” byDavid Eland. Likewise, for those of you who enjoy your ction in longer doses, we continue theserialized fantasy novel, Shadowloom, by Mark Reeder.We did mention art, as well. This issue boasts two incredible fantasy artists. The amazingcover image was created by Anders Finer, and an internal spread by Linda Tso adds color andlife to our pages.In addition to the ction and art, you will also nd two interesting and enlighteningarticles. The rst one is titled, “Alternate History: Changing the Story After the Fact,” by authorDouglas Niles, who has written several novels exploring the possibilities of a history differentthan what we know. The second, “Twist and Turn” by Mike Loos, gives advice on creating a goodtwist to your story. As always, your praise and criticisms are welcome and invited in our forums. Join ourcommunity of friends and fantasy fanatics and let us know your thoughts on this publication,our website, and the industry in general. The staff are regulars on the forums, and many of theauthors are happy to discuss their works with readers there.One last note before we let you explore the pages beyond: Do not forget to submit yourstories to our July Writing Challenge/Contest for a chance at a cash prize and the honor of being declared our winner. Those stories are due August 10, 2005, and will be published in theSeptember issue.Thanks for coming by, and enjoy the issue.Sincerely,The Editors
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