Fellow Readers, check out this post about an awesome new magazine. I got my subscription when the project was crowdfunding and I absolutely love it! Read Jane’s post, it explains everything better than I could, then check out DreamForge for yourself.
Last week I read the second issue of DreamForge Magazine. Full disclosure. I’ve been involved with DreamForge since it was but a twinkle in the mind of editor Scot Noel. I’m officially the magazine’s Senior Advisor and Creative Consultant. This is an unpaid position.
Why am I helping with DreamForge, especially at a time in my career when I have very little money or time? Because I believe that even when—maybe especially when—the world around us seems a dark and scary place, there’s room for fiction that advocates hope. Even more than hope, DreamForge seeks stories that advocate striving against the odds, although the dice seem weighted against you.
Issue One (subtitled “Tales of Hope In the Universe”) did an excellent job achieving this goal. Issue Two (subtitled “Tales of Indomitable Spirit”) does even better. As much…
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