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Deep Magic July 2002

Deep Magic July 2002

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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 referrenced 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 © 2002The Amberlin Group, LLCPublished byThe Amberlin Group, LLC.Chief Editor - Jeremy WhittedManaging Editor - Brendon TaylorAssociate Editor - Jeff WheelerAssociate Editor - Peter DahlAssociate Editor - JW WrennGraphic Design - Jeremy WhittedArt Director - Jeff WheelerAssociate Art Director - Reuben FoxAssociate Art Director - Christine KlossMarketing - Jeff WheelerLegal - Brendon TaylorWebsite:http://www.deep-magic.netFeedback:feedback@amberlin.comCover by Christophe Vacher
“The Source”
If you are familiar with the internet at all,you know how common dead and brokenlinks are. If you ever try to access a link fromthis e-zine and it no longer works, don't giveup. Go to http://www.deep-magic.netwhere you will find archives of previousissues. As we catch dead and broken links,we will update our archived issues accord-ingly. If that is the case, you will find thecorrected URLthere. If we have not alreadycaught the defective link, please send anemail to feedback@amberlin.com , and we will do all we can to track down an updatedURLfor the information you seek. However,please keep in mind that sometimes contentis taken down and is gone forever.
 July 2002Welcome back for our second publication of the finest fantasy and science fiction the Deep Magiceditors have been able to compile. We greatly appreciate your interest in our inaugural, June 2002Issue. The feedback and submissions we have received have been substantial and quite helpful. Wehave only started the ascent of the learning curve of publishing a successful and longstanding e-zine. Your feedback has been and will continue to be instrumental in our development.Having said that, let us hand out some specific compliments and give you, our readers, insight intowhat we have been up to this month. We were very excited to kick off our June 2002 Issue with aninterview and exclusive article by Robin Hobb. We believe her inclusion set a standard of excellencethat we will strive to meet every month.In this issue, we are excited to bring you cover and internal art by Christophe Vacher, whose work has appeared in Walt Disney productions and in galleries in Los Angeles. The short stories we haveincluded will surely entertain you -- as will the new serialized novel, Procyx. We also bring you anarticle, “Tales of a Talent Gone Good,” by Charles Coleman Finlay, administrator of the OnlineWriting Workshop. These and many other fine offerings make up what we believe is an evenstronger second helping of Deep Magic.You will probably notice a theme in this issue of offering advice for writing improvement. We believe the best way to improve quality of writing is through practice. Take us up on our JulyWriting Challenge. We received numerous excellent, and maybe even a few less-than-excellent, sub-missions in response to our June Writing Challenge. Look at the handful we selected to print, and if you think you can do as well or better, give it a try. We are also grateful for all who voted in ourpoll. Some members of this staff were surprised by the results. Vote in this month’s poll and sur-prise us again.As we said above, welcome back and please come again.The EditorsDEEPMAGIC
Deep Magic The E-Zine of High Fantasy and Science Fiction
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