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Volume 22: October, 2007

Hello everyone!

Volume 22 of The Edge of Propinquity has been published! There is a chill in the air and anticipation on the wind. October is the month of transition from fall into winter. There is a sense of motion. The death of the year is approaching but not here yet. Last minute packing, storing and cleaning happens in a flurry before we all must settle down for the coming cold. This month at TEoP we have bargains made, stories told, loyalties tested and a series of unfortunate occurrences. There is movement within all of the story arcs; one that cannot be stopped. The end is coming for more than one.

Kendrick - Ultimatiums, Part One by Jennifer Brozek AKA gaaneden
The anthill of Kendrick's supernatural population has been kicked over and they have organized to the defense of themselves and the city because of it. Also, loyalties are being tested, favors are being called in and the smoke of burning bridges can be seen in the distance.

Luminations - Elimination, Part Two by Rick Silva AKA shaharazad
Old allies reunite to as Nancy Mateo finds herself in the hands of her enemies. Nancy's ordeal leaves her struggling with doubts about the path she has chosen, but she finds strength in the realization that she will not have to walk that path alone.

Santa Maria - Plights by James M. Sullivan AKA sylvan
Bree, Rodrigo, and Mac brainstorm on what course of action to take. Grace/Acolyte Garcia mourns her mentor and Duncan decides to take matters into his own hands. Just as they are getting answers, Bree and Mac come face to face with the true fury of the Ghost Lords.

Vorare - Dealings by Ivan Ewert AKA ivan23
Gordon accepts his Ally's offer to summon a being who could help get his mother to safety. But there is danger in dealing with these forces - danger, and opportunity.

Guest Author - Reflections by Matthew Marovich AKA cuddlycthulhu
On the worst day of her life, Aggie meets an old man who reflects her own loss and sorrow in many ways. He tells her of the mythical Ghost Train and the cost of a ticket. He tells her that he already has his ticket for the train which makes her wonder what she would be willing to give up to get her own ticket.


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

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cuddlycthulhu
Oct. 16th, 2007 05:50 am (UTC)
Thank you. One hundred times, thank you.
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