Dear readers, writers and friends! Winter is ending, spring is near, so it’s the right time to make everything at least a bit better. Our fourth issue contains not only magnificent poems and short stories but also awesome non-fiction articles.
We have published “My experience on having my sci-fi debut edited by a Big Five publisher” by the Australian space opera and fantasy author Jeremy Szal. The article can be very useful for other authors and interesting for all readers.
An essay “Symbols are more important than content” by the Russian award-winning writer and scientist Sasha Krugosvetov tells about features of today’s world, which were predicted by the Canadian philosopher Marshall McLuhan over half a century ago. It’s always interesting to read about the future that has already arrived.
Our poetry and fiction are as good as before, too. We made a rigorous selection of submissions, so we strongly believe that we have published works you don’t want to miss.
founder and editor-in-chief of “The Evening Universe”