Wednesday, April 2, 2014

April rez posted

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The April issue's cover feature is one of SL's most beloved singer/songwriters, AMForte Clarity, who was kind enough to sit down with Jami Mills and give an insightful interview about just what makes her tick.  Our own visionary, Art Blue, gives us a glimpse into the cyber-future with the third installment of his epic, The Artefact: I Am Substance. I Am Art.  Poet Luna Branwen, a regular contributor to our pages, shows us another side of herself with the haunting Silence in the Night.  Stihly Augenblick and Hitomi Tamatzui continue to thrill us with The Key to Golden Hills: Jing-Wei, another chapter of their exciting noir serial.  Crap Mariner asks us to think about the master composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, in an entirely new way in Mozart.  In Silly Babbit, Gudrun Gausman considers the history of rabbits in the Easter tradition (beware: it is X-rated). The newest member of our family, Zymony Guyot, in his poem I Know, ask very difficult questions about greed, politics and justice. Finally, The Perfect Gentleman (otherwise known as Harry Bailey) goes back to his humble beginnings and tests the SL waters as a noob, and is more than surprised by his reception.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

March rez posted

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The March issue of rez includes the cover article by Jami Mills, featuring Bryn Oh´s latest art installation, The Singularity of Kumiko. Art Blue brings us the second episode of his diabolical series, The Artefact: Back Dive Into the Depth.  Stihly Augenblick and Hitomi Tamatzui contribute their own noir episode, The Key to Golden Hills: Angie.  The Prefect Gentleman, Harry Bailey, takes us behind the scenes at our favorite New Orleans festival in his article, Mardi Gras.  Gudrun Gausman gives some historical context to St. Patrick's Day with her column, Finn McCool is Not a Sportsbar.  Regular contributor, Adrian Brody, delivers a beautiful poem, Our Fables Become Us.  Long-time contributor, Crap Mariner, distills his thoughts into another piece of erudite microfiction in Encyclopedia.

Sunday, February 2, 2014

February rez posted

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The February issue of rez features the cover story, The Cathedral Dreamer, by Art Blue, a fictional account of the creation of a new world, Genesis.  rez is pleased to introduce the team of Stihly Augenblick and Hitomi Tamatzui, who bring us the first episode of a six-part noir thriller, The Key to Golden Hills: Philip.  Gudrun Gausman explains the history of Valentine's Day in her enlightening article, Happy Lupercalia, My Love.  StarGazer Daylight interviews SL nail artist, Kat Carter, in an illuminating feature, Kat Carter: Nail Artiste!  Newcomer Alcinia Rossini shares her insights into communication in the virtual world in her article, Reinventing Ourselves.  The Perfect Gentleman, Harry Bailey, waxes nostalgic about rezz days and staying forever young at heart in his Happy Rezz Day!  Crap Mariner, in his microfiction piece, Harpoon, shows us just how hard it is to outwit the TSA.

Thursday, January 2, 2014

January rez posted

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The January issue of rez pays tribute to one of SL's most talented singer/songwriters, Quantamis Navarathna, who passed away unexpectedly last December after a brief illness.  We honor his talent and his humanity. We've included in this issue the lyrics of his song, To Sedona: I Wish You Peace.  We won't forget him anytime soon. We also introduce a fresh new direction this month with the first chapter of a cybertech thriller, The Artefact, by the talented futurist, Art Blue.  Regular contributor, Luna Branwen, gives us a thoughtful poem, Our Business, which examines the role of creativity and just how much is really original.  In On the Street with Gazinia, StarGazer Daylight interviews Gazinia, a self-proclaimed "person on the street," about her insights into the fashion world, and gets some great shopping tips in the bargain.  Gudrun Gausman offers us some historical perspective on the origins of New Year's resolutions.  (I, for one, resolve to read more Gudrun Gausman in the coming year.)  Gudrun also tips her hat to "the dour grain" in her poem Oatmeal, and shares with our readers some of her favorite recipes (even some savory versions). Sedona Mills reminisces about 2013 and contemplates what shape her New Year's resolutions may take in her article, Sedona's New Year's Resolutions. And finally, Crap Mariner makes a wish in When You Wish Upon a Star, then promptly wishes he hadn't.

Monday, December 2, 2013

December rez posted .

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This year-end issue features Jami Mills's illuminating interview with SL's iconic artist, Molly Bloom.  Jami provides us with some dazzling images of Molly's assorted and varied work in her cover article, In Full Bloom.  StarGazer Daylight interviews Anne Maertens in Chatting With Anne Maertens About Fashion, and discovers the heart of the fashion world in SL.  Gudrun Gausman, in Yes, Gudrun, There *IS* a Santa Claus, tells us why we're crazy to doubt the existence of 'ol Saint Nick in the face of so much proof.  The Perfect Gentleman, Harry Bailey, urges us to remember those we have lost in Remembering Our Friends Memorial. And finally, Crap Mariner tutors us on the history of art in his scurilous The History of Art

Saturday, November 2, 2013

November rez posted

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Cat Boccaccio poses her tantalizing 14 questions to builder, photographer, and machinima artist, Rhonda Saunders.  The Perfect Gentleman, Harry Bailey, gets the lowdown on two of SL's best DJs, Hy Gynoid and BigJack Rolls in his piece DJs in SL (Part Deux).  Sedona Mills asks the perennial existential question in her article Who The Hell Am I? Crap Mariner celebrates the life and times of American icon, Lou Reed, in his contribution, Lou Reed.  Our stalwart, Gudrun Gausman, explores the American tradition of Thanksgiving and asks whether it's better celebrated in SL or RL.  Adrian Blair contemplates essential truths in his lovely poem, The Hundred Selves.  StarGazer Daylight brings us her own insights about breast cancer and the prospects for finding a cure in Rock Your Rack.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

October rez posted

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StarGazer Daylight interviews Fuschia Nightfire about the nature of our senses in Fuschia Is The Color of Creativity.  Jami Mills interviews the ever so talented singer/songwriter, Jordan Reyne, in her article Jordan Reyne, a Nontraditional TraditionalistCrap Mariner plays with us in his Words With Friends, telling us about the dangers of driving while distracted.  Gudrun Gausman educates us in Succubus about Lilith and what we love so much about the succubus and incubus next door.  Harry Bailey interviews two of his fave DJs here in SL, Graylon Ash and Blujns Benoir in his piece, Blu and Gray, DJs in SL.  Luna Branwen speaks about our own presence in her beautiful poem, In A Painting.  Sedona Mills brings us a poetic reflection on the things that matter most in A Reflection.