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Deep Magic June 2005

Deep Magic June 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 PocketDM 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 Ruth Sanderson 
Sleeping Beauty 
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 know how common dead and broken links are. If you ever try to access a link from this e-zine and it no longer works, don’t give up. Go to http://www.deep-magic.net where you will nd archives of previous issues. As we catch dead and broken links, we will make a note on the corrections page for that issue. If that is the case, you will nd the corrected URL there. If we have not already caught the defective link, please let us know, and we will do all we can to track down an updated URL for the information you seek. However, please keep in mind that sometimes content is taken down and is gone forever.
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We would like to welcome our newest staff members, Ida Clinkscales and Amy R. Butler, who answered our call for staff members several months ago. Ida will be reviewing books, and  Amy will work as a copyediter. Welcome them both to Deep Magic!
 
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Deep Magic: The E-zine of High Fantasy and Science FictionJune 2005
Note From the Editors
June 2005
I believe I quote Calvin when I say that we are now in the halcyon days of our youth... that is Calvin of Calvin & Hobbes. And the halcyon days of which I speak are the green days of summer. Wading pools, buttery nets, kite ying, sand boxes, picnics, gardens, hikes, walks around the block, camping, shing, baseball, library books, trampolines, soccer, golf, sidewalk chalk, hopscotch, and frogs in pockets await.We are excited to kick off the summer reading season (for you northern hemisphere readers) at Deep Magic. We begin a new era, where we are paying our authors and still offering the publication for free. Thanks to all of our author-readers who have submitted their ction to us in greater numbers than we had ever before experienced. It is an exciting time of growth and change—just like summer itself. This issue includes a wonderful array of fantasy ction. We continue with the next segment of
Shadowloom
, a great fantasy novel by our friend, Mark Reeder. We also offer three incredible fantasy short stories: “Jodhin” by Q. S. Archer, “A Sorcerous Mist” by Simon Kewin, and “Places Underground” by Marcie Lynn Tentchoff.Gracing our cover and pages within are some outstanding images created by feature artist, Ruth Sanderson. Her work includes dramatic depictions of fantasy forms. We think you will enjoy her interview as well.We also present two interesting articles that aspiring writers will nd of value, “The Writer’s Secret Weapon,” by Gail Dayton, and “Ten Rules for Writing Dialogue and Packing for Fantasy Conventions,” by Jeff Wheeler and Brendon Taylor. The latter article is derived from the seminar Jeff and Brendon taught on dialogue writing at the Opus Fantasy Arts Festival in Denver, Colorado, in May.Welcome to another summer of imagination at Deep Magic.Enjoy!The Editors
Safe Places for Minds to Wander 

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