Be well come to another Big issue of "The World of Myth." We have a
number of new contributors this month, along with some returning members
and I hope you welcome all of them.
In the Fantasy Section, new contributor Adam Janus offers Part One of his
tale of terror and sorcery, and Part 7 of "Queen of the Westerlands" is
also available. Steve Bolin shares the final chapter of his horror
story, while Sarah Wilson returns with a new tale of terror, and David K.
Montoya continues with Part Two of his action zombie feature, "The End."
In the poetry department, two new contributors offer their work--Jennifer
Caress and Jeff Young, along with L.M. Mercer, Kevin Adams and Rebecca
Lofgren, who won the Member of the Month award last month.
Congratulations to the 'Gurl of Myth.'
Allen J. Speakman returns to the Art Gallery, together with Jessica
Rinaldo, Rebecca Lofgren and David K. Montoya, while all three of our
roving movie critics combine for a salvo of movie reviews. The featured
artist this month is writer and film director Kevin Smith, and we have
sit down interviews with Jennifer Caress, author of "Perverted Realities"
and Kevin Adams, coauthor of "Black Rising." Be sure to check them out.
And once again, since we have so many contributors with books either
already published or coming out shortly, we have included some
publication notices for you to look over. We hope you will support our
members and contributors.
Sarah Wilson--Her novel, "Blood Atonement" will be released in October,
Steve Bolin & Kevin Adams--Their novel, "Black Rising" is available at
Jennifer Caress--Her book, "Perverted Realities" is available through
Rebecca Lofgren--Her "Book of Dreams" will be available in October
through Dark Myth Productions and here in the Myth Mart.
Terry D. Scheerer--Will have stories and/or poems published in GlassFire
Magazine, Horrotica Magazine and The Eldritch Gazette during the month of
June, and his book, "Dreams of Darkness, Dreams of Night" is available in
the Myth Mart and on his web site.
There is much to see and read this month, so sit back, relax and most
Terry D. Scheerer
Editor in Chief