Welcome to our New home, here at "THE World of Myth.com". I know we are
a bit late getting started this month and we all apologize for the delay,
but, well, what with the 'Big' move and all to the new address, well,
it's a little embarrassing, after all, but...all right, so we got 'Lost'!
What can I say? The .com neighborhood is so Big and with all the new
sights and everything, well, we took a wrong turn a couple of days ago
and it just snowballed, until we couldn't find our way around and of
course, being the 'new kids' in town, Nobody was willing to help us with
directions, so we just wandered around for a few days, until we Finally
found out where we were 'supposed' to be and then we had to pull up all
of our stuff from the old address and move everything over here and those
bloody boxes were 'Heavy!'
Anyway, here we are (finally) and along with the move to our new address,
we will now be able to bring you a bigger and better magazine. This
month, to kick things off, we have a couple of new contributors to the
poetry section and next month we plan to begin a New Section, which will
look at the age-old 'Zodiac' in an entirely new light.
This issue, we get the ball rolling with a double dose of our "FYI"
section. One will look at the progress of David Montoya's comic, "The
Underground to Nowhere" and the second will present a new "Information
Section", entitled, "The Month in Myth". L.M. Mercer returns with a new
installment of "The Greenhouse Murders"--and congrats to L.M. for pulling
down the Member of the Month for April, with the first episode of this
story--and David K. Montoya offers another look at "The End". We should
all wish David a 'Happy Birthday' this month, as well!
Two new poets present their work for us this month, along with several of
our regular poetry contributors, including the return of Kevin Magnus,
with his new 'Tales of Woe'. We also welcome back Reaper Rick, as he
shares his thoughts in the "Movie Reviews" and if we can work out a few,
last minutes kinks, we should be able to present an Interview with Film
Maker, L. Alan Russo, Jr. Some of our regular contributors share their
art work with us and in honor of the new, "The Month in Myth", I myself
offer up a "Festival" for May.
And, while the Administration has decided to temporarily close the Public
Forum, if anyone has questions or comments this month, they are welcome
to submit them via e-mail to either David K. Montoya or myself (via the
links at the lower, left hand corner of this page) and if these comments
pertain to the site, we will post them for everyone to view.
Again, we apologize for the initial delay in getting things started, but
we hope you will now be able to sit back, relax and enjoy what we have to
offer here at the New, "The World of Myth".
Terry D. Scheerer
Editor in Chief