That's right kiddies, this is the "Really Big Issue." It's
huge. It's gargantuan. It's got over twenty articles ranging from music and
book reviews to essays and humor. Whether or not I break 50 pages and set a new
record remains to be seen, but hell it's worth a shot.
In music Dan Century (http://www.zenweb.com/century/) keeps
the reviews rolling in with discussions of Chika's (http://www.chika.com/)
"Little Ship Head" and DivaNation's (http://members.xoom.com/DivaNation/)
release Cicatrix - "The Ritual Scarring." That's not all for him this issue. He
also covers Mara's Torment's (http://www.corpusnet.com/torment/) "Dreams Like
Mine" and Firmament's "Open-Eyed Ascension." In addition to the review of his
CD, one-man Mara's Torment takes time out to answer a few questions with new
writer Jett Black in his interview this issue as well.
On returning folks Brian Brewer continues his saga of Gertie
Goth this issue and also takes a page out to introduce us to her cat in Katso.
Haydn Black returns with a bit more music if everything we talked about in the
last paragraph wasn't enough and Julian Draven returns with his take on dancing
and the emotional trauma involved therein. Albatross is back also with another
Hope you enjoy this issue. I'm going to start putting it
it's going to be a big one. But I mentioned that
March 24, 1999