This wonderful tale from Michael Haynes is our last for now. Editor M. hopes that you enjoy reading More Than One Way.
It’s with some sadness that I am announcing I’ll be closing Roar and Thunder soon. It’s been hard to fit the magazine around other aspects of life over the past 5 years, but I’ve loved it and some wonderful stories have graced the pages.
There is at least one more tale to come before we’re completely done, but the mag is now closed to submissions.
Now available for your reading pleasure, On the Night Wire by John Grey.
As our first story for 2015, I hope you enjoy Upon the Pale Sands by Zac Haluza.
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.
A bit of miscommunication between Editor M and the wonderful person who lets Roar and Thunder sit on their server, has had us in no-publication land for a few weeks. Problem is solved now, so new stories will appear presently!
Future Imperfect by David Neilsen, now available!