Terrouge E-zine Archives
Welcome and Announcements
By: Zian Choy
Nate has recovered from his computer outage with redundant computing resources. We lost Nick D to the no-email-responses monster.
We found an art director! Emily (Nyctalo) will coordinate art-related activities.
We're still looking for a way to improve our PR efforts. Someone could take it upon himself, the entire community could chip in, or some combination of the above.
If you're interested in growing words, dicing words, translating English into HTML-ese, or drawing scattered lines, please drop us a note. Or, if you wouldn't mind telling our writers why you haven't commented on articles in the last few eons, you might avoid being stoned with dictionaries.
Knowledge vs. Fear
Read Sara's article to learn why reality will always win in the end.
Kelly combines both themes, knowledge and fear, into a discussion of Perelandra.
Rush's Fear Trilogy
To conclude our trilogy of fear, our resident drummer takes another look at Rush lyrics. This time, Highwing discusses The Fear Trilogy.
Frost on Fiction (2 articles)
Nate heralds the beginning of a series on writing with an introductory column and a column about the writing and editing process.
"The Wicked Ground"
Highwing discusses Mitya's story about dancing earth.
Frankenstein: The Monster
Lauren dives into the relationship between Victor Frankenstein and his monster.
Review: Lives of the Monster Dogs by Kirsten Bakis
Our guest writer, George, presents a review of a book about bioengineered dogs who bridge centuries.
Counter-Review: Lives of the Monster Dogs by Kirsten Bakis
Highwing presents a slightly different perspective of Bakis's novel.
Knowledge: Tools or Thoughts?
In addition to his column, Nate also takes a deeper look at what knowledge is.
The Geology of Mossflower
Our second guest writer this month is Mitya Shostak who writes concerning the geological forces active in Mossflower.
Webcomic Review: Tod Wills' Dracula
This month, in addition to fanfiction, Highwing reviews a webcomic adaptation of the classic horror story.
This month, Highwing brings a staggering seven chapters to the e-zine.
A Relaxing Article
Just what it says. We could all use some stress relief, right?
We expected to have two articles by Grant but he did not give us his manuscripts in time.
Andrew (nevadacow) helped us encode articles at the last minute so that we could publish in time.