Note from the Editors
March 2003Welcome back for another x of your favorite legal addiction, Deep Magic. With this issue, we’d liketo explore the science ction genre more than we have in the past.After a hiatus, we bring back the O.R. Savage novel
and introduce Book 2 of this work. In thisuniverse, a deadly phenomenon called hypermotility has been randomly destroying star systems.Is it caused by a mysterious blue star called Procyx or something even more sinister? In Book 2,you’ll y by white drive through a universe rife with mysteries and legends. If you did not followthis serialized novel when it launched back in July 2002, you might want to take a peek in those pastissues to catch up. And special thanks to cover artist Reuben Fox for capturing a scene out of thenovel – the arrival at Polyphemus.In addition to the new novel, we bring some new authors as well. Welcome to Mark Reeder, authorof
, a great sci- tale taking us to a far-away moon. We also welcome Ays Marin withher futuristic maa story
Oranges and Lemons
. Then for the fantasy fans, we introduce the talentedClover Autrey and a compelling story about sickness and dragons --
Tears of Minya
continues for a third month, taking you deeper into this city of intrigue as the plots begin to converge. Then staff editor M. Thomas brings us a quick-witted diatribe about how to paintvillains into your stories. For those of you who have enjoyed M. Thomas’ short stories (
) and articles, watch for her serialized novel
–starting up nextmonth!In this issue, we’ll also bring you an article by our not-so-quick-whitted, favorite chief editorDimwhit, Jeremy Whitted as he takes you on a technical journey on preparing a manuscript forpublication. Not the editing, folks, the actual typesetting and interior design. If nothing else puts youto sleep this month, this certainly will. Jeremy will talk about how we are taking our rst serializednovel,
, and preparing it for publication for all of you, our loyal readers.
And now – a request for all of you, our readers.
This e-zine has enjoyed tremendous growth sincewe launched in June. But we would like to
our subscriptions (which are free, after all) in justone month. If all of you get one friend to subscribe, we can do that and continue to spread a littleDeep Magic across the planet. Take a minute now to send a friend our URL: www.deep-magic.net.The ‘Subscribe’ button is on the left.**Bonus points go to the reader who can get someone currently living in Wales to subscribe. We knowyou can do it.The EditorsDEEP MAGIC