Volume 32: August, 2008Hello everyone!
Volume 32 of The Edge of Propinquity has been published! After the turning point of the Summer Solstice, the hot August night drift slowly towards fall. That turning point is undefined and unmistakable. As are the turning points in our stories this month. Death, hope, rebirth, pain and fear - all part of the cycle - all part of our stories this month.
Kendrick - Absorption by Jennifer Brozek AKA gaaneden
Though wounded, the Avatar of Anu is not defeated. In fact, he strikes out with lethal force in order to survive. The Grey Lady delivers a disturbing prophecy and several people plan to deal with Doctor Mercer.
Luminations - Date by Rick Silva AKA shaharazad
Katy McCormick's summer is going well. She has a job, a brand new iPhone, and a new boyfriend. Of course, with the new relationship comes the issue of trust. How many of her secrets is Katy willing to share? How much is she willing to risk? In a quiet garden, reflections on the past give way to what could be a very disturbing revelation about the future.
Santa Maria - Tears by James M. Sullivan AKA sylvan
Melanie and Bree argue, resulting in Melanie taking some drastic actions and her true motives for her visit are revealed. Meanwhile, Diasuke and others act on what he learned from Duncan while Mac and his mother keep each other in the loop, both mundane and magical.
Vorare - All Hands by Ivan Ewert AKA ivan23
As Gordon and George move ever closer toward the Walpurgisnacht celebrations, the dance of their mentors grows closer as well. What are the men of Vorare - pawns, children, sons or heroes?
Guest Author - Lonely Cries the Winter Wind by Patrice Sarath
Thomas is a man under siege. He is also more than a man who believes he is alone - as he must be - for the coming battle. However, allies arrive from unexpected quarters and will not take 'no' for an answer. Then, things take an unexpected turn that will change his life forever.
Have you ever looked over the edge and seen something looking back at you?
Chief Cat Herder
The Edge of Propinquity