“Corbane’s Wish” by Charlene Brusso is a tale of magic that reminds us to be careful what we wish for.
“A Little Peril in Brisbett” by returning author Jeffery Scott Sims is a tale of action and sorcery on a completely different scale from what we normally expect.
One of the things that have been keeping me busy is a return to school. I’m studying web design which has me considering a redesign of the Swords & Sorcery Magazine web site. I’d love to hear suggestions from my readers about how I could make the design of the site better. As always you can contact me at email@example.com or you can leave comments on the Swords and Sorcery Magazine page on Facebook.
As always I am looking for reviews of works in the same genre as the stories I publish. I would like to feature a review in every issue but so far I haven’t received any.
Finally, I would like to thank the people who have made the first six months of Swords & Sorcery a success. A big thank you goes to all the people who have submitted stories. Not all of your stories have made the cut but I’ve been impressed with the overall quality of the work I have seen. Please keep them coming. I am also grateful to my readers, without whom there would be little point in publishing a magazine. Thank you for reading and thank you for telling your friends about S&S.
Editor, Swords & Sorcery Magazine