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Deep Magic June 2004

Deep Magic June 2004

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Published by The Amberlin Group, LLC.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 - Scott ClementsCopyeditor - Keri StevensonCopyeditor - Lynn EasterwoodSubmissions 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. ReeceMike Loos Website:http://www.deep-magic.net Feedback:http://www.deep-magic.net/contact Forums:http://www.deep-magic.net/forumsCover by Sandrine Gestin
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 The Amberlin Group, LLC
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If you are familiar with the internet at all, you knowhow common dead and broken links are. If you ever try toaccess a link from this e-zine and it no longer works, don’tgive up. Go tohttp://www.deep-magic.netwhere you will ndarchives of previous issues. As we catch dead and brokenlinks, we will make a note on the corrections page for thatissue. If that is the case, you will nd the corrected URLthere. If we have not already caught the defective link, pleaselet us know, and we will do all we can to track down anupdated URL for the information you seek. However, pleasekeep in mind that sometimes content is taken down and isgone forever.
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Deep Magic: The E-zine of High Fantasy and Science FictionJune 2004
Note From the Editors
June 2004
ummer is nally here (at least in our part of the world), and we all know what that means!It’s time for the Lamp Post Awards. The staff at Deep Magic has combed through all the sto-ries, articles, and cover art from the past year of Deep Magic and provided you, our readers, a listof nominees. Now it’s up to you to vote for your favorites. We’re going to do it a little differentlythis year. You will be asked to pick your three favorite Fantasy short stories, your two favoriteScience Fiction short stories, and your single favorite article and cover. Voting will continuethrough August 15th, 2004, and the winnerswill be announced in the September issue of DeepMagic.Go to our website to place your votes.This month brings an end to
Royalty of Wind, Fire, and Clay
by Keri Stevenson. It’s beena fun ride over the last few months, so be sure not to miss this nal installment. We also offerthree fantastic short stories:
The Saintly Fianche of Malitane
by Amy Butler follows Lady Ciaraas she seeks a family relic from an unwilling ghost;
In Harm’s Way
by Michael Graves tells thetragic tale of two friends caught on opposite sides of a deadly battle;
Hunting with Flinteye
bySean T.M. Stiennon takes us for a ride with Jalazar Flinteye, bodyguard-for-hire. We know youwill enjoy these stories as much as we all did.M. Thomas is back in this issue with a new article,
Notes On Beginnings: Stay WithScudder
, a must for all those struggling with the rst few pages of a story. And don’t miss Jeff Wheeler’s
Show and Tell
, an article dealing with a topic every author struggles with. SandrineGestin is our featured artist this month; her piece entitled
is featured on the Junecover.Last month’s writing challenge was another success (we asked you to reinvent thetraditional Ranger for our Kenatos world-building project), and a winner is announced on pageve. We also included a few other entries for your enjoyment. Don’t forget to take part in thenext challenge!One nal reminder that we’re still looking for Children’s stories for our August issue (weneed them in the next few weeks) and scary stories for our October issue.Thank you for downloading the June issue. Pleasevisit our forumsand let us know howyou like it! All the best,The Editors
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