by Joe Vaz
Issue 19 (Mar 2012)
It’s been an exciting lead-up to our March issue, mostly to do with trying to squeeze thirty hours of work into a four-hour day. Damn physics, always getting in my way.
I’ve also spent the last month designing and laying out our first ever anthology.
The Anthology collects all the stories from our first six online issues (#11 through #16) in glorious paper and, if I say so myself, it’s looking beautiful.
I’ll be posting the cover and TOC in a few days to go along with our IndieGoGo campaign (that’s Kickstarter for people without US bank accounts).
Meanwhile, back to the issue at hand.
Our March issue comes at you with four original stories, one SF and three horrors.
We start off with some good advice in ‘It Pays to Read the Safety Cards’ by R.W.W. Greene on the 6th of March.
Chris Steven’s twisted story, ‘Stained’ will be posted on the 13th of March. On the 20th of March comes Peter Damien’s ‘Ghost Love Score’, and we close off the issue with Nick Scorza’s ‘The Book of Love’.
Our interview for March is with South African television and film actor, Brandon Auret, who has just come off the new Niell Blomkampf (District 9) film.
Together with Mark Sykes’s Sixth Sense of Humour, this completes our issue for this month.
If you just cannot wait to read all the stories then why not purchase the magazine now, or take out a subscription through Weightless Books?
Thanks again, as usual, for your support and leave us your comments and thoughts on the stories, or even a review on our Amazon page.
Till next time…
15:33 28th Feb 2012