Jennifer (gaaneden) wrote,

The Edge of Propinquity - Volume 43

Volume 43: July 2009


Welcome to the Edge of Propinquity. Volume 43 is now published. The month of July is a month of celebration, barbeques and fireworks. We have all that at the Edge of Propinquity in a slightly different manner. This month we have an age old competition, an innocent lost in the woods, a betrayal within the ranks of the enemy, a man doing his best and another man who has had enough.

Luminations - Motel by Rick Silva AKA shaharazad
Chester Hall's enemies have had a falling out, and at least one of them wants to cut a deal. But the chance to save a lost soul places Chess and his friends directly between opposing factions that see him, and the spirit of Mattie Ives, as the perfect pawns in their own power struggle.

Santa Maria - Strife by James M. Sullivan AKA sylvan
Calliope not only finds herself lost, but in grave danger, however the effort to find her leads to further strife between the Chat-mu and the Ghost Lords. Meanwhile, Brady is sick over losing Calliope and Jackson Montgomery has a new ally.

Solstice - Summer, Part One by Ivan Ewert AKA ivan23
In the first of three Summertime intervals, Solstice witnesses a quiet clash of age-old enemies which reveals more of the private Mayor Long's personal history and arrangements, and learn what comes when a man grows too old to take himself too seriously.

Danyael - Try, Try Again by Nick Bergeron
When I've failed at something, I rarely go back to it. Then again, I rarely have an angel urging me on. I try bigger measures to spread the word, and finally decide that the world is dirty as Hell, and I'm not going to take it anymore.

Guest Author - All the Little Secrets by Barry Napier
Cecil has spent his life covering up secrets. It was his duty and his passion. Something has changed within and he has decided to break the rules for once in his life to see what will happen.

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

Jennifer Brozek
Editor, The Edge of Propinquity

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