Be well come to our first issue of the New Year and with a new year
comes 'News.' Some of you may have heard rumors that Dark Myth Production Studios,
the parent company of "The World of Myth," has been working on a movie.
Those rumors are, in fact, true. Dark Myth Productions is currently in
preproduction for the movie, "Body Bag," which will hopefully be
available in early 2008. And, since David K. Montoya is heavily
involved with the ongoing preproduction business of the movie which is taking
time away from many of his other projects, as of this issue "The World of
Myth" is becoming a bimonthly, rather than a monthly magazine. This
will, again hopefully, just be a temporary transition until the movie
is no longer a major priority. In the meantime, our readers may obtain
information about the progress of "Body Bag" on the Body Bag MySpace
web site, a link to which is located in the lower left hand corner of this
However, during this 'transition' period, we will attempt to increase
the content of each bimonthly issue, so our readers will not miss out on
too much of what we have to offer. To start off this New Year, please stop
by the Myth Mart to see what is New there--including "The World of
Myth" attire and the 2007 "The World of Myth" calender, featuring art work
from our 2006 issues.
In this issue, we start off with the return of the 'Westerlands' gang,
Part Three of Steve Bolin's "The Spider," and David K. Montoya
continues with vision of "The End." In the humor section is a Flash piece which deals with that peculiar entity called 'Male' humor (so be warned) and
the Featured Writer this issue is Chris Claremont.
In our Poetry section are offerings from Kevin Magnus, Jeff R. Young,
Ellen Millman and Kevin Adams. And in another close race, Mr. Adams
pulled off his second Member of the Month win last issue.
In the Art Gallery Jessica Rinaldo, Johnathan Fesmire, Allen J.
Speakman and Michael A. Sauve return once again to share more of their work.
And, in a special Interview we have our first returning
interviewee--writer, film maker and musician Creep Creepersin. Along
with his interview this issue, we review Creep's first published book
of poetry and poetic tales, "The Legend of Cartwayne Twain and Other Tales
and Poems." Be sure to stop by and read both of these pieces before
And don't forget to check in with the Movie Reviews and see what Grim
and Reaper have been up to, as well as the FYI section for the month in
myth.It will be Valentines Day soon, you know.
"Black Rising," a Fantasy Novel by Steve Bolin and Kevin Adams may be
purchased at www.blackrisingbook.com
Creep Creepersin's music CDs and his book, "The Legend of Cartwayne
Twain and Other Tales and Poems" may be purchased at www.creepsmart.com
"Dreams of Darkness, Dreams of Night," a book of short stories and
poetry by Terry D. Scheerer may be purchased here in the Myth Mart, at the
book web site, www.dreamsofdarknessdreamsofnight.com and www.creepsmart.com
So please sit back, relax and have some fun with this issue of "The
of Myth." And most of all, we hope that you...
Terry D. Scheerer
Editor in Chief