Welcome to the forty-second issue of The World of Myth Magazine! Our apologies for the lateness of this issue. It was a last minute decision the Board of Directors and I made to change things up a bit this month to pay tribute to one of the co-founders and returning Editor in Chief of this e-zine, Terry D. Scheerer.
Many may not be aware that Mr. Scheerer was involved in a motor vehicle accident during the earlier part of June; we are happy to report he is recovering peacefully in his new home. In the spirit of well-wishes, we have decided to travel through the years of previous issues and present the best of Terry D. Scheerer; not only in stories, but with poetry and artwork as well.
First off, for our fantasy selection, we will travel back to 2004 and relive one of Mr. Scheerer's most compelling contributions titled Adrift. Then we move a bit into the future and learn death isn't always what we think it is in, Dead and Ferried.
In our Horror section, we offer you two of Mr. Scheerer's visions—first, he recounts an unsettling childhood memory in Squid Kid and then we travel all the way back to issue one as we re-encounter the mishaps of space travel in Between the Moon and Mars.
Then our Action/Suspense section, Scheerer experiments with space and time distortions in Rifts, and in our Humor area is a Flash piece which deals with that peculiar entity called Male humor in Requiem for Turnip Bill. Then we shall head over to the Poetry selection as we are honored with four masterful poems: Silent Screams, Darkness Falls, The Eater of Dreams and Where's Heaven?
In our commentary section, we have the new Editor in Chief of Dark Myth Production Studios, Kyle Dobbs, who gives us a brief introduction and a bit of his background in literature.
Again, we apologize for the initial delay in getting things started, but we hope you will now be able to sit back, relax and enjoy what we have to offer here as we pay tribute to our friend, Terry D. Scheerer. We hope you Enjoy!
David K. Montoya
Chairman and CEO
Dark Myth Production Studios
The World of Myth Magazine