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Volume 26: February, 2008

Hello everyone!


Volume 26 of The Edge of Propinquity has been published! February is a time of love and joy. The winter is almost over and hints of spring are around every corner. So, too, is February a time of pain, lose and loneliness. Love can be as terrible as it is wonderful. It is both a balm for the soul and a most vicious weapon. This month, we have a scorned offer of friendship, a haunting that changes one from the inside, the slow gathering of pieces of a city, a broken promise mended, an attempted rescue and a promise that death is not the end that is then revealed as a curse.


Kendrick - Broken by Jennifer Brozek AKA gaaneden
As one of the oldest powers in Kendrick is broken, an alliance is revealed. Though, that alliance may not be as strong as some believe. An olive branch is scorned and a familiar face returns.

Luminations - Podcast by Rick Silva AKA shaharazad
Katy McCormick uncovers a campus legend. It's a haunted audio file, a podcast that comes with rumors of a sinister curse. The more Katy investigates, the more unnerving the discoveries become. But without more than a gut instinct, she must convince a close friend that this could be more than just another urban myth.

Santa Maria - Gatherings by James M. Sullivan AKA sylvan
Bree reconnects with her family once she’s home from the hospital while Rod meets with the remaining supernaturals of Santa Maria. Mac learns more about becoming an avatar and the murderer strikes again.

Vorare - Minding by Ivan Ewert AKA ivan23
Gordon's Ally provides a harsh reminder of the debt he owes, and the promises he has made to this enigmatic servant. A new understanding is reached between the two, one which threatens what little peace Gordon has found within his mother's home

Sojourns - Love Lost, Part Two by Ryan Macklin AKA macklinr
With the kidnapping of her beloved, Carolyn Thompson set out on a journey. Quite recently in this journey, she found herself the victim of her own fractured mind. She committed a great atrocity in the Mad City without any memory of it, and that will come back to haunt her.

Guest Author - The Valley by Alana Joli Abbot
True love is the hardest thing to get over. It is also the strongest reason one can have for retribution. In the story of "The Valley", the land of the dead itself cries out for retribution against having its people taken from it and love, in all its forms, is its most vicious weapon.

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