Tuesday, February 3, 2015

February rez Posted

read the February issue of rez in Issuu:

This month, our fashion correspondent, Stargazer Daylight, scores an interview with the busiest model in the metaverse, Eleseren Brianna, who was just crowned Miss Virtual World 2015, one of the most prestigious modeling competitions around. And you will be heartened to discover in the course of this far-ranging interview that Eles isn't letting her celebrity status go to her head. Far from it. This fascinating lady give us refreshingly unpretentious insights into modeling in the virtual world. Next, Jami Mills tells us in pictures about MayfairIdle Rogue's latest production of the Anne Rice tale of witchcraft. Mayfair had a short one-week run at the end of January to sold out houses. Chryblnd Scribe produced and directed a large and extremely talented troupe of actors, dancers, animators, scripters and set builders in this one of a kind production. This show follows up on the success of Le Cirque de Nuit and establishes Idle Rogue as one of the leading dramatic ensembles in the virtual world.  Our own Art Blue peers 100 years into the future with 2115: The Perfect 10 in Elysion, perhaps his finest piece yet. It is nothing short of miraculous how he time travels with such ease, but I'm sure his AI owl, Neruval, has something to do with it. What a man will put himself through for The Perfect 10. First time contributor Emily Hamelin brings us the first of three installments of The Silence After, a thriller that explores a cold-blooded seductress/assassin who contemplates her first kill. Hitomi Tamatzui, who has shared with our readers so many of her wonderful photos and seems to always find something captivating, focuses this month on zoos in the virtual world, mixing in some interesting facts about wildlife and protecting their habitat. And no issue would be complete without some microfiction from our maniac in residence, Crap Mariner, who has 100 words of caution about strong, unpredictable weather events in his story, Stormy.  We hope you enjoy this issue as much as we enjoyed putting it together for you.

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