10 January, 1998

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Out of the Flats

Issue No. 10 ~ January, 1998

The sky over Crystal City was the color of blue flame; the glass skyline reflected shimmering silvers and golds, achieving an aesthetic ugliness that comes from a kind of sterile perfection. It was if the entire city was hiding behind one way mirrors, and if …

The Modern Debutante

Issue No. 10 ~ January, 1998

“The crowd is untruth.”           — Soren Kierkegaard The young man felt the burden of his epiphany. People needed telling. The problem was getting them to listen. Rush, rush, rush everywhere — so unsettling. People busy ‘getting ahead,’ and finding that ahead, by its very …

portrait One on One

A. Manette Ansay

Issue No. 10 ~ January, 1998

Camille Renshaw talks with A. Manette Ansay, author of Sister, Vinegar Hill, and Read This and Tell Me What It Says.

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Generation X

Issue No. 10 ~ January, 1998

If you’re wondering where the future of modern fiction lies, well, look no further than Generation X ... this is the ruler against which all future novels will be measured.