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Volume 14: February 2007


Hello everyone!

Volume 14 of the Edge of Propinquity has been published. The month of February often brings out an aching want in people and this month is no exception. We have the want of a new beginning, to discover one's past, to understand found treasure, a return to civilization and an escape from that which cannot be escaped from. Each story involves a guardian, a seeker and those who would keep the seekers from finding what they most want.

Kendrick - Heart's Desire by Jennifer Brozek AKA gaaneden
Everyone wants something. Karen wants Sebastian back. Corelli wants a new start for the Order of the Sacred Eye and the Children of Anu want something involving a map. Not everyone is going to get what they want because, as things often are in Kendrick, these heart's desires are interconnected.

Luminations - Curiosity by Rick Silva AKA shaharazad
Nancy Matteo prepares for the grand opening of her bookstore, but a secret left behind by a previous occupant of her shop provides the first clue to a mystery. When she investigates, she receives a cryptic warning and has another encounter with the strange image that has haunted her dreams.

Santa Maria - Discoveries by James M. Sullivan AKA sylvan (NEW AUTHOR!)
Bree and Rodrigo learn some hard to fathom information about themselves from an odd little British woman, but can they trust her? Mac struggles with the loss of his memory from the night his lover died only to find himself presented with an unbelievable solution.

Vorare - Blood Money by Ivan Ewert AKA ivan23
Gordon makes his way back to the outskirts of civilization. While his wound is more than willing to provide a means around the first obstacle encountered, what price will be extracted in dealing with his newfound ally?

Guest Author - Indelible Ink by Jess Kaan
The "Work" is a man haunted and hunted on all side: By his past. By journalists. By the law. By his own sins. He is a man cursed but, with his last ally gone, he needs to tell his story to someone. Why not to the reporter who has made finding the "Work" his own life's work?


Have you ever looked over the edge and seen something looking back at you?

Thanks!
Jennifer
Chief Cat Herder
The Edge of Propinquity
starkytten@yahoo.com