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Deep Magic December 2004

Deep Magic December 2004

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Published by Amberlin, Inc.Staff Chief Editor — Jeremy WhittedManaging Editor — Brendon Taylor Contributing Editor — Jeff Wheeler Copyediting Manager — JW Wrenn Technology Geek — Steven Richards Writing Challenge Editor— Usman Tanveer Malik Book Reviews Editor — Matthew Scott WinslowSciFi Book Reviews Editor — Rochelle Buck Copyeditor — Mark Reeder Copyeditor — Keri StevensonCopyeditor — Joel BrownPocketDM Production — Mike LoosKenatos Leads — Steven Richards & Mike LoosSubmissions Review—All EditorsGraphic Design—Jeremy Whitted Art Director—Jeff Wheeler  Associate Art Director—Reuben Fox Marketing—Jeff Wheeler Legal—Brendon Taylor  We would like to thank 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 Krystal Camprubi
The Messenger 
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 © 2004 Amberlin, Inc., an Idaho Nonprofit Corporation
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Deep Magic: The E-zine of High Fantasy and Science FictionDecember 2004
Note From the Editors
December 2004
ecember is one of my favorite months of the year. It’s a time to look back at the year, spendtime with our friends and family, and get cozy for another winter (well, for those of us in theNorthern Hemisphere). It’s a quiet month here at Deep Magic, and this issue is small, thoughstill lled with good stories.Looking back at this year, I am amazed and excited about what has happened at Deep Magic. After nearly having to close down the e-zine, our readers responded with donations that kept usaoat and helped us transition to a non-prot corporation (a transition that is still in process,though nearly complete). We launched our Kenatos world-building project, which has beengreeted with enthusiasm by a number of readers. Staff member and techno-geek Steven Richardsdesigned an incredible website to house Kenatos (as well as additional sites for our book reviewsand writing craft articles). We have just published our second Anthology and
, Jeff Wheeler’s sequel to
. Deep Magic is now available in a PDA version, thanks to MikeLoos. Our subscriber base has increased by thirty percent and continues to increase steadilyevery month. We have seen some great staff members move on to other projects, and we’ve addedtalented staff members who continue to help us expand our vision for Deep Magic. All in all, ithas been a great year.This month, we give you a light helping of Deep Magic, but one well worth the time.
Call of Blood
 by Jonathan Ruland,
by Michael Graves, and
The Golden Needle
by Vera Searles willall satisfy your Fantasy appetite for the month. We also present you with an article from Jeff Wheeler about his lunch with Fantasy author Terry Brooks, as well as the results of our recentReader Survey.So enjoy the December issue, and spend some time during the holidays with your loved ones.We’ll still be here after the new year, thanks entirely to you, our readers. All the best,The Editors
Safe Places for Minds to Wander 

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