rez of the month

 
 
https://issuu.com/rezslmagazine/docs/may_2017
This month's issue of rez Magazine is particularly wonderful thanks to Dubhna Rhiadra's breathtaking parable, Moonlight Prince, which we publish in two parts.  This is storytelling at its finest and we're fortunate to have the likes of Dubhna spinning more tales for us.  Amy Inawe spins a tale of her own with The Stiletto Gang, an inspired story that is beautifully represented by Cat Boccaccio's stellar graphics.  Cat has been itching to get back into design and the results speak for themselves.  Welcome home, Cat.  Jullianna Juliesse has given us one of her strongest poems yet with The Dream Play, an enlightened contribution from a great talent.  Only a page away is another wonderful poem, Landscape, by Julie's partner in crime, Mariner Trilling, who explores how opposites aren't always so different in. Average Resident comes out of nowhere with a surprisingly average story called I Am Average.  The entire piece makes you question not only what's average, but just about everything else too.  Cat Boccaccio sure can write, and her micro-fiction is unparalleled.  This month, she takes us into a dystopian future and opens up a new world to our eyes with The Body.  Art Blue seems to be on a roll lately, writing inspired prose.  This month, he contributes a short observation about the work of the talented Gem Preiz.  The Anthropic Principle is Art's succinct take on Gem's LEA installment, which you all should see.  Pretty Pictures is Mario Zecca's most recent poem, which disguises some very powerful imagery behind the innocence of child-like drawings.  Drover Mahogany offers his seventh installment of the always insightful series, Footfalls Echo.  This month Drover reveals the value of listening in 7. Talking.  Flynt Firebrand returns to our pages with a lovely, dynamic piece called The One That Declined to Get Away, which spectacularly rounds out this month's issue.  We hope you enjoy reading this month's issue as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you.  Remember, if you only have time to read one thing this month, make it rez.


 

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How to get the current issue of rez?
  • get a copy inworld in SL and in various grids. Join group rezmagazine
  • Visit the vendor in SL at SIM Brown 74/166/26
How to get older issues of rez?
We recomend reading rez online in ISSUU or inworld in SL. rez uses Intellibook technology in SL and one prim book technology in opengrids.



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