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Deep Magic December 2002

Deep Magic December 2002



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Published byThe Amberlin Group, LLC.Chief Editor - Jeremy WhittedManaging Editor - Brendon TaylorContributing Editor - Jeff WheelerContributing Editor - Melissa ThomasAssociate Editor - Peter DahlAssociate Editor - JW WrennAssociate Editor - Rochelle Buck Associate Editor - Joel BrownGraphic Design - Jeremy WhittedArt Director - Jeff WheelerAssociate Art Director - Reuben FoxMarketing - Jeff WheelerLegal - Brendon TaylorWebsite:http://www.deep-magic.netFeedback:feedback@amberlin.comCover by Donato Giancola“Dragonight”
If you are familiar with the internet at all, you know how common dead and broken links are. If you ever try to access a link from this e-zine and it no longerworks, don’t give up. Go tohttp://www.deep-magic.net where you will nd archives of previous issues. As we catch dead and broken links, we will updateour archived issues accordingly. If that is the case, you will nd the corrected URLthere. If we have not already caught the defective link, please send an email tofeedback@amberlin.com
 , and we will do all we can to track down an updated URLfor the information you seek. However, please keep in mind that sometimes contentis taken down and is gone forever.
Deep Magic strives to produce and publish morally responsible art and literature. Although great effort has been made to refer ourreaders 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 identied on our site or in Deep Magic:The E-Zine of High Fantasy and Science Fiction.
All Content copyright © 2002The Amberlin Group, LLC
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Deep Magic The E-zine of High Fantasy and Science Fiction
Note from the Editors
December 2002Welcome back for another issue of DEEP MAGIC.For those of you who are joining us from d20zines.com, we want to give you a warm welcome as well. If youhaven’t already joined our subscription list (it’s free), you cansign upto be notied by e-mail when our newissues are released.We have some features this month that will impress you. First on the line-up is the in-depth article “Why DoPeople Read Fiction?” by David Farland (author of 
The Runelords
saga). We also have some excellent storyselections this month:
The Limwitch
by Rebekah Jensen,
by Gary Wilbanks, and a sci- short called
by Melva Gifford.As a special treat for this time of year, we bring you the illustrated story
The Wishing Lantern
by Landmoorauthor Jeff Wheeler and his esteemed illustrator Randy Gallegos, who we featured in our October issue. To topthings off, we bring you the prologue of the next novel we will serialize starting in January –
Tears of Minya.
 Also in this issue you will nd an interview and artwork of Donato Giancola, whose work is known around theworld. The interior spread is provided by Stan Wisniewski. And nally, editor Jeremy Whitted brings you theinside story on the origin of Deep Magic, a story fraught with controversy, intrigue, and…hold tight…OSX.Our poll this month is the continuation of the “best science ction movie” tournament we started last month. Wehad a record turnout for this vote and are pleased to bring the second wave of the tournament as these titans of the lm industry face off in round 2.Have a safe and fun holiday season and join us again in January 2003! And enjoy
Two Towers
– we plan to!The EditorsDEEP MAGIC

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