It has been said that “All good things must come to an end.” Sadly, this time “The End” has come to TWoM. To those of you who have supported us with your praise and words of encouragement over the years, our entire staff wishes to express their deepest gratitude. Those positive comments have always been our only source of payment.
To those of you who will undoubtedly miss the magazine, I encourage you to regularly visit www.darkmythproductions.com for the latest news concerning the upcoming 2M magazine. Nearly everything about 2M is new and different, from the layout and format to the Editor in Chief and DMP president. 2M will feature more columns, articles and items of interest that are designed to appeal to a larger base of readers. While Dark Myth Production Studios is sad to see the end of TWoM, they are excited about 2M magazine and the growing interest it is generating.
As our way of saying “Thanks,” we offer this issue free of charge. So, without further delay, I present to you the final issue of The World of Myth.
Journey with Marileta Hunsford as she travels In the Desert’s Mouth, a prequel to her upcoming new fantasy novel, Blade Dancer.
Is death really the end? Where does the soul go when life is prematurely terminated? Find out the answers to these questions and more in David K. Montoya’s Riding Shotgun.
Ride along with me in Alternative Fuel, as I travel in an automobile with a unique safety feature.
T.G. Browning wraps up his novelette with the final two parts of Scream of the Butterfly – Part 7 & 8.
John Miller finishes his tale of fantastic fantasy, Storytellers – Part 3 & 4, with a thought provoking ending.
In his short story, What’s up Perseus?, Tala Bar writes a fantasy based on the Greek myth of Perseus and Andromeda.
Terry D. Sheerer makes a special guest appearance with Dragon Hunters, a tale of two men seeking a very different type of treasure from the dragon’s horde.
Tiffany Proctor concludes her quirky humor series in Zorch the Magic Dragon.
For the holiday season we offer Hollow Eve, by Gayle Arrowood, an interesting rendition of family relationships during Christmas.
Completely Taken By You by Michael Suave, The Escape Artist’s Trick by Marileta Hunsford, There’s A Human Under My Bed by Steve Bolin
Grail Key & She Sees Me by Dan Moran, Zorch and the Lap-box by Tiffany Proctor, Forest Rook by Jeff Irving and Woman in Long Dress by Michael Suave
Sarah Basore returns from the theater with the latest movie reviews. In her final column, she rates the recently released vampire movie Twilight. She also describes her lifelong love affair with James Bond and discusses the new 007 flick, Quantum of Solace.
John Miller reviews The Collection, an aptly named anthology by Bentley Little. This is the “Final Night Stand” that Adhemar le Fey will experience with TWoM.
Tag along with the entire staff of TWoM as we investigate the Myth Master’s torture chamber. Witness the interview of Kevin Adam’s ghost and the horrible answers that undoubtedly await us.
Jerri Yager chooses an appropriate topic for our last issue. Sit with her for a while as she discusses how to finish well when writing, whether it is a short story or a series.
TWoM staff sends out congratulations to our October Member of the Month winner. Also, make sure you give our authors and staff members plenty of feedback on the Forum.
Now then, if you’ll excuse me, the staff and I need to pay a visit to the Myth Master’s dungeon. Again, thank you for reading.
Editor in Chief