Volume 1 Number 4
Welcome back to the fourth issue of our quarterly publication. We've invited submissions to compliment this issue's theme of Stories for Peace, but we haven't made that a strict criteria for inclusion. We've also allowed the interpretation to be broad, including images of war and of false security. We've desired to live up to the life described by poet Grey Walker, "making peace every day like bread", with the firm belief that telling stories and making myth is a way of peacemaking. We'll let you, the reader, decide if, after reading the work of these fine authors, you agree.
You've accessed an older back issue of MYTHOLOG. While the text of the issue is the same, the formatting has been updated to match the current design scheme. This was done for several reasons: We wanted to standardize navigation (when you are anywhere else in the site, the navigation is at the top, so we think it should remain there, regardless of where you are). We wanted to improve readability (we learned that many of the early background colors were too dark for adequate text visibility on some systems). Frankly, too, if we'd known how to do this type of page structure back then, we probably would have. If you're nostalgic for the old original appearance, or just curious, feel free to visit the original format.