Well, kids, that’s it for this issue. Much longer than expected, true, but I think this is one of my better issues. Of course, I still am going strong and plan to bring out Legends No. 68 in June of ’97, so hopefully I’m back to the monthly schedule. Before 66, I slacked off a bit, readying other projects (and items on a personal/familial side as well) for debut and the like, but I think I’m going to start putting Legends magazine to the top of my to-do list like it used to be.

For those of you with web access, take a look at Surreal RAYn, as the site is called, is my newest (at this time) site dedicated to computer-rendered surreal and modern art. I’d like you to take a look at this because I need new artists. I have three, and two of them haven’t sent me any new work in a while, busy with school and related stuff. The third, RPM, has and I should have that up soon (hopefully this coming week). But I’d like to get more artists…as many as are interested. So check it out and if you tinker at all with POVRay or any other computer art package and have some things, and more to come (I like my artists to continuously provide new art), then swing by, take a look and drop me a line.

For a sneak preview of next month, The Institute Part Two - The Activation will be here along with Derek McDonalds The Polishing of Metal - Part 4. Also, Joseph Jabbar debuts with his first poem, Cuter Than My Computer. Gillian G. Mason’s cyberpunk thriller fiction, Golden Oldies, comes through as well as humor in the way of Thinker’s Anonymous and A Brief Explanation of Revision Codes. All in all, bound to be a good issue, but I always say that don’t I?

Have a life and keep reading kids, and I’ll see you next month.

Marcus Pan
April 27, 1997 @ 1:04PM