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Volume 27: March, 2008

Hello everyone!

Volume 27 of The Edge of Propinquity has been published! March is a time of change and often harbors portents of ill tidings. For the Edge of Propinquity, March is a time of both life and death. This month we have the return of the dead to life, a lost friend found, the death of a power in the city, the bonding of friends and desperate measures taken to save what it is dear to us all.


Kendrick - Keystones by Jennifer Brozek AKA gaaneden
As the Lady of the Grey Manor and her people are forced out of Kendrick, the avatar of Anu returns the Stewart family power to them before turning her attention to the next victim of her campaign - the Gargoyles of Kendrick. Meanwhile, some of those in the know work in secret to save these silent city guardians.

Luminations - Conversions by Rick Silva AKA shaharazad
Katy McCormick has tried hard to keep her new friends away from the secrets she has uncovered. She doesn't want to endanger anyone. But circumstances change, and people change too. As her enemies begin to move against her Katy must find a new kind of courage: The courage to ask for help.

Santa Maria - Homes by James M. Sullivan AKA sylvan
Rodrigo informs Bree that he's also in a family way, sort of. Oliver makes himself at home at Mac and Rodrigo's apartment, but has a disturbing vision. Mac goes through the ruins of Enid's place while Martha Trujillo finds something truly disturbing in her sister's home.

Vorare - Dark North Moon by Ivan Ewert AKA ivan23
We catch up to George, the man Gordon saved in the Pen of the Farm. He, too, has made some surprising friends in the dark woods of the north - and we are not the only ones to find him.

Guest Author - The Protest of Emmanuel Jenkins by Jason Muller
This is what happens when a dead man objects to the desecration of his tomb and the attempt to rebury him in another town of a relative's choosing years after Emmanuel's death. As one unlucky gravedigger discovers, the dead are indeed restless and do have most definite opinions they expect to be upheld.

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