It is with a heavy heart that I announce Isotropic Fiction will be going on hiatus for the foreseeable future. The key word here is hiatus. Know that we will be back. It is a question of when and not IF.
This begins the second year of Isotropic Fiction. We have spent the last eight issues gathering great tales from all directions, adding features like novel excerpts and author interviews, and refining our process. Now we are better than ever, and you can expect each progressive issue to reflect that growth. Thank you, everyone, for reading and supporting our magazine.
Organizations like 7000 B.C. are vital to more than just the people who write, illustrate, and publish comics. By creating a nucleus of comic creators in a rural state like New Mexico, they provide readers with the opportunity to discover that story which will change their world.
The usual metaphors of rebirth and change associated to spring present us with a double-edged conundrum. Though winter destroys, it also places many dangers in stasis; while summer creates life, it also fosters a range of beasts.
Check out this quirky writing prompt generator from Seventh Sanctum if you’re feeling the need for a little inspiration.
We have emerged from winter’s dark a bit chilled, but earlier sunrises bring relief. So it is with IF06, which has strung together a series of optimistic tales. This issue is a winter warmer, a cordial, something to thaw out your body and mind.
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