A bad end to 2014 for the magazine

Due to a number of factors in life beyond the pages of Roar and Thunder, your editor wasn’t able to maintain the magazine for a couple of months there.

As 2015 begins, I am considering what to do to keep the mag going and to make it a reliably maintained concern. For now, I have a couple of great stories to put up, but I will keep you posted on any likely changes ahead.

For authors waiting to hear back on a story, I’m sorry for the delays and thank you for being so patient.

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