Welcome to the 14th issue of Mythaxis.
Welcome to the latest edition of Mythaxis,
This is, as usual, a very varied issue. All the way from Les Sklaroff's
idiosyncratic Snoak City stories to Martin Clark's Future Noir, by way
of Jez Patterson's thought-provoking dystopia, Liam Baldwin's
off-the-wall alternate history and Andrew Leon Hudson's latest
nightmare. Oh, and there's one from your editor, too.
Two important developments are introduced in this issue.
- Part of the delay in producing this issue is accounted for by
the revision of all previous issues to make them easily readable on
small screens. Currently, I have tested it with browsers on screens as
small as 240 x 320. Please let me know if you spot any problems with
your own particular pda / phone /tablet. The job was made harder because
once I'd made it all work on tiny screens, Internet Explorer on desktop
refused to co-operate, even though every other browser in the universe
was happy with the new formats, so I had to change it all again to suit
IE. You're welcome, Microsoft.
- In the last two issues, we attempted to award prizes on the basis of
voting forms from our readers. Despite there being many responses, the
majority turned out to have been filled in by spambots. Further, despite
our relatively large and growing audience, very few actual readers
return their votes. So we will do what I should have done in the first
place, and award a book prize to all contributors we publish, as from
So, settle back with your platform of choice and rejoice in the glow of
original new stories, never before published.