Something Wicked Issue 15 (November 2011)

Joe Vaz et al.

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Weメre late.
What an insane month October was.
In my other life, (the one that pays my bills at the end of the month), I am an actor and unfortunately, for Something Wicked at least, October was one of the busiest months Iメve ever had.
Within 48 hours of wrapping up Issue 14 I was on a film set and that pretty much set the tone for the entire month, across three shoots and two continents I worked non-stop for the entire month.
Even now I am writing this on a set in-between shots. Thatメs my way of saying, モIメm sorry guys, I know weメre late,ヤ there have literally not been enough hours in the day to get this issue out on time.

Fortunately my slaves assistants were hard at work editing and proofing the stories for this monthメs issue, so progress was made, but the delay is all my fault.
But let us not worry about the past and instead look forward to the future.
Let me get going with the Nov issue; our first story this month comes from Lynne Jamneck and itメs a journey into モdarkest Africaヤ at the turn of the last century, where a small group of adventurers go in search of answers in モInto The Black Abyssヤ.
Next up is モScissionヤ which is about an epic battle between good and evil by Domenico Pisanti as both forces meet for a showdownナ over lunch.
Our third story for the month is モMindflowヤ by Cedar Sanderson, in which a generation ship carries its crew in search of a habitable planet, and we close of the issue with a story of possession and exorcism in モWhat is Evil, What is Notヤ by Sylvia Hiven.

Our feature interview for the month is with author Steven Amsterdam and we review his book, Things We Didnメt See Coming.

Our non-fiction piece for this month takes a look at the South African genre scene written by SL Grey, as well as our usual madness and nonsense in Mark Sykesメs Sixth Sense of Humour, which this month is an homage to homages.

And thatメs our issue; we hope you enjoy it and that the wait was worth it. To our subscribers, once again my sincere apologies and please have a look at our heartfelt video apology on the site or through which will hopefully put a bit of a smile on your dial.

Thank you all again for the continued support of our little mag.
Till next month, farewell.
12:16pm 2 November 2011

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