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  • Welcome To The World Of Myth

    So, here we are–the second issue of the new “World of Myth”. Time certainly does fly, especially when it has nothing else to do but slowly and inexorably age and deteriorate every single thing that it touches. Oh, well, they say, ‘With age, comes wisdom’. Of course, as you get older, your memory starts to fail, so you end up forgetting most of the things you knew when you were younger, anyway, so I don’t much see the point in that ‘old’ saying. It must have been some old guy that came up with it in the first place, you know? And, besides, Oh, Blast! I forgot what my point was supposed to be.

    Anyhow, as I have mentioned in mail to a few readers, this site is a new concept for some of us and a new project for all of us. We are breaking new ground with every issue and it is a time consuming and often frustrating effort, but it is also definitely a labor of love. We hope (and frequently pray) that each issue will be better than the last and in order for the staff to be informed as to whether or not we are accomplishing this goal, we need your input. Please take the time to rate the stories you read, along with the site as a whole. There is also a forum available, wherein you may send comments to the staff and/or post general opinions and questions.

    We also want to hear from potential or even established authors and artists, who would like to see their work appear in the pages of”World of Myth”. See the submissions section for further information in that regard.

    In future issues, aside from more stories, art and poetry, we plan to add a book and movie review section, sort of an “Egbert and Reaper” column, wherein two of our talented staff will offer (hopefully) conflicting and (again, hopefully) intelligent views of past and present books and/or movies that are considered important works in their field (or, maybe they’ll just write about the stuff they like–it’s hard to tell. Since we don’t pay our staff, they are liable to do or say just about anything that comes into their demented little minds.)

    Another section we hope to present–although still in the planning stage–should offer the reader new, stimulating and often controversial visions in both artwork and literature. Be on the look out for updates regarding this “Myth Factor” section.

    Eventually, we would like to offer the reader the concept of serialized novels. In each issue of”World of Myth”, a new chapter would be available for your perusal. And, not worry, if you miss a chapter, they will be archived, so individual chapters may be pulled up to read at a later date.

    All in all, there is still a lot to be done and a lot more good stuff still to come. If you don’t see something you really enjoy, as yet, please check back next month to see what else may be new and possibly exciting at the “World of Myth.”

    Terry D. Scheerer

    Editor in Chief

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    Story of the Month

    Brad Stetson ran for his life through the dense undergrowth of the jungle, leaves and branches slapping painfully at his face and arms. Close at his heels, the screaming natives were quickly gaining and he knew that if they caught him, it would not be just his head that they cut off and shrunk. After all, how was he supposed to know that the old chieftain's daughter was a sacred virgin&45; it's not like she wore a sign or anything. Click Here to read : Cliffhangers, Inc.
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