Chain Border

And there you have it folks. Another issue gone. Now to get you ready for some things in the future, I have picked out a new partner to handle many of the production, distribution and merchandising issues for me so that I can concentrate on just doing what it is that started this whole thing - writing and editing my magazine. And finding new fiction for you, new reviewers for you, getting more CDs to talk about for you and all the stuff that made me want to do this in the first place. Getting mired down in the production issues was not nearly as much fun as it's cracked up to be.

There's going to be a few changes coming that you might notice as well. The web version of Legends, first off, will be about a month behind the hardcopy edition. The issues will contain everything as before…but, for example, Legends #132 will be available on the web when Legends #133 hits the streets in hardcopy. I think a lead time for one version will allow me to better maintain my work schedule among other things, which as of late has been a bit of a problem due to working too damn much.

Next month, we'll have a short fiction piece by myself, and some new work from Sue Simpson as well. I'll review another book, Steppenwolf by Herman Hesse. We'll have music reviews of course, a bunch of comics, the Horrorscopes and ever more. So kick back over next month for more!

Peace, love and all the trimmings (but NOT the FAT!)…

Marcus Pan, Editor
January 27, 2003 @ 1714EST

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