|The Edge of Propinquity - Issue 70
||[Oct. 17th, 2011|11:01 am]
The Edge of Propinquity
Issue 70: October 2011
Welcome to issue 70 of the Edge of Propinquity. Fall's brisk winds whispering of the cold to come also whisper evil tidings of the present. This month we have two guest stories in honor of Halloween. Enjoy discovering the legend of Uncle Sam, find out what hunts the hunter, seek what lies hidden beneath San Francisco, face the Hanged Man in his lair, trick Coyote into losing and choose the lesser of two evils.
Credencium - Digging - by Kaolin Fire AKA kaolinfire
Joshua leads everyone to San Francisco. There are things battling in his mind—protecting him, leading him, corrupting him. What is at the source of the Golden Dawn? Each step closer leads to more questions.
Flotsam - Sunlight - by Peter M. Ball AKA petermball
Sabbath delivers some important news and makes Keith Murphy an offer – sanctuary in the Casino for Keith and all his allies. All Keith has to do is say the word and trust in the deal he made with the demon, but trusting Sabbath isn’t easy and Keith’s mentor is far from pleased by the possibility.
Idolwood - The Wild Hunt: Part Two - by Ivan Ewert AKA ivan23
On the hunt, the covenant narrowly escapes disaster as Gamine flees their shared home. Stricken with thoughts of return and revenge, she makes her final choice as the covenant beards the sinister Hanged Man in his lair. Faced with the realities of blood and bondage, magic and death, Grey and Alex face off against the murderer - and against one another.
The Ones Who Call - A Great Feast - By Alina Pete
A feast is held on the reserve to remember Edith, Kohkum Agnes' late sister. However, whenever a family as big and mischievous as the Sīpisis’ gets together, there is sure to be no end of trouble! Can they honor their auntie’s memory with dignity, or is chaos a far finer tribute to the best trickster of her generation?
Guest Story - Ecology - By Brandon Nolta
Vampire hunting is a dangerous business. For some it is a way of life... and of death. So, with Rafe hears of the perfect vampire weapon, he wonders if it is too good to be true.
Guest Story - Uncle Sam - By Seanan McGuire AKA seanan_mcguire
What would you do if you discovered that a common quirk was based on an old legend that just might be true? Would you tell someone?
Have you ever looked over the edge and seen something looking back at you?
Editor, The Edge of Propinquity