Volume 1 Number 2
Welcome back to MYTHOLOG. We're extremely proud of this newest issue. We've 13 new stories and poems, including one entitled simply 13. We've rock stars, prophets, tricksters, witches, poets, dreamers, fairies, princesses, wild women, talking animals, haunted mirrors, and the infamous Gaki, if you're up to it. Native American themes and fairy tale patterns run through this issue, and we've even more fine illustrations than last time. Stay awhile, and if something in particular catches your fancy, let us know what you think for our Mail section. Now, for the reason we're here...
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.
Next issue is coming June 1st, and we're expecting more great writing from Elizabeth Barrette, Jamieson Wolf, Asher Black, and others. Come by in the meantime whenever you need a healthy dose of myth, eh? It can't be all work. Except for our writers and artists. Be sure to get your submissions in early, and check our weblog (Mythologue) now and then for updates on needs, wants, and the meaning of life. Also, we'll keep our Mail page updated as letters come in. You do want to know what other people are saying about MYTHOLOG, right? Thanks for reading. -- Asher Black, Editor-in-Chief