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Deep Magic October 2003

Deep Magic October 2003

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Published by  The Amberlin Group, LLC.Chief Editor - Jeremy WhittedManaging Editor - Brendon Taylor Contributing Editor - Jeff Wheeler Contributing Editor - Melissa Thomas Associate Editors:Peter DahlJW WrennRochelle Buck Mark Reeder Steven RichardsMatthew Scott WinslowUsman Tanveer Malik Graphic Design - Jeremy Whitted Art Director - Jeff Wheeler  Associate Art Director - Reuben Fox Marketing - Jeff Wheeler Legal - Brendon Taylor  Website: http://www.deep-magic.net Feedback: feedback@deep-magic.net Cover by Rob Katkowski 
Evening Duty 
Deep Magic strives to produce and publish morally responsible art and literature. Although great effort has been made to refer our readers 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 © 2003 The Amberlin Group, LLC
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Deep Magic: The E-zine of High Fantasy and Science FictionOctober 2003
Note From the Editors
October 2003
W
elcome to another autumn addition of Deep Magic. It is a great time of year to curl up in front of a re with a blanket and a good story...unless you live in Arizona, Texas, Death Val-ley, CA, etc. With Halloween approaching, many of you might be in the mood for a chilling tale or two. Our focus this month is on the scarier side of fantasy, which our amazing cover might have belied. Not only have we set the mood with some thrilling art by Rob Katkowski, but our stories have a little more edge than usual.“A Winter Stew,” by novelist, editor, and full-time teacher M. Thomas, will give you a savory taste of not only her ability to twist a yarn, but also a glimpse into the world where several of her novels are set. Brendon Taylor’s “Plucking Spectres” will also send a shiver or two down your spines. “Into Pohjola” by Scott Clements, “Autumn Equinox” by Amy R. Butler and “Sanctuary” by Michael Jarrell round out our bevy of thrilling tales.Even our poll this month asks about some of the most frightening creatures you’ve encountered in fantasy and science ction. Cast your vote on our website and post a message if you think we have left out a particularly scary creature.For those of you who have not already been swept up by the two novels we are currently serializing, take a look at “The Rise” (fantasy) and the third and nal book of the “Procyx” trilogy (science ction). Another exciting addition to the issue is an interview and article by published author Sarah Ash. She offers insight into how she became a published author and her motivations and personality. Her talent shines through and will inspire those of you with literary aspirations.Brendon Taylor’s article, “Peas and Carrots: Another Helping of Legal Commentary,” delves into the terms of publishing contracts. This article should prove useful to aspiring authors who are facing publishing contracts for the rst time.We are also very pleased with the feedback our “Geek’s Guide to Grammar” and “Page Turners: Deep Magic Looks at Books” are getting. As always, your comments on our message boards or via email are welcome and appreciated. Many of our authors have enjoyed hearing from you. Keep up the good work by letting us know what you enjoy and do not enjoy about Deep Magic. Until next month, thank you for downloading another issue of Deep Magic, and pass the word along to fellow fantasy and science ction fans. All the best,The Editors
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