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https://imagine-magazine.org/releases/volume-37/

 

It's the first of the month, and that means that a brand new issue of our OWN monthly magazine is now available! It's something that we, as a community, have put together and I truly hope you guys will check it out and enjoy it all!

 

This month's issue features brand new chapters of "The Auranades" by Chad Blackman, "The Portals" by Binneyan Smith, "The Bench" by William King, and more! John Smith is our featured author of the month with his story "The Journey", and it is followed up with a one-on-one Comicality interview with the author himself! We also have a movie review of "LAD: A Yorkshire Story", articles on HTML formatting, and a GFD soundtrack from our playlist guru, MrM!

 

Plus, there's a brand new chapter of "Shelter" entitled 'Lay Blame On The Young', Comsie fun facts, a short history lesson on the creation of 'Jukebox Jimmy', and this month's Daydream short story, "Boy Valentine"!

 

All this and more is waiting for you in the link below! So check it out, have fun, and leave comments to all of our supporting authors! They work hard! Thanks so much! And we're always looking for more articles, artwork, short stories, and series, for the magazine! So let us know if you're interested! We're already putting March and April together! So don't wait! GET ON IT! Hehehe! :P

 

Huge thanks to everyone who took the time to submit something of their own to the magazine! And can we get a round of applause for TurtleBoy, who works his butt off, even on top of his job, to make every issue a reality! Not to mention that a brand new design for the whole magazine is coming soon! Hehehe, I've seen a few pics! It's awesome! ((Hugz)) He's the reason Imagine works at all! So THANKS, dude! Everything looks great!

 

Alright, enough reading this! You guys get to the magazine and let us all know what you think! Send in your submissions for March if you have any! Seezya soon! 

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:lol: I have Lad: A Yorkshire Story in my Amazon browsing history! :rofl:

Haven't bought it yet, though. :P

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Will do. :) Recently, I watched a movie called Jitters (original title Órói), from 2010. As far as I'm concerned, Nordic countries are the boss when it comes to LGBT teen movies. :D

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28 minutes ago, Comicality said:

YES!!! Oroi is awesome! You know what you should check out? "North Sea Texas"! Also an excellent flick! :)

 

OMG, I love North Sea Texas! :D

I also have Billy Elliot, Heartstone, and You Are Not Alone in my library. Another one, that I haven't watched yet, is called From Beginning to End, about two half-brothers who become "disturbingly close", according to their mom. Oh, and I've seen Esteros on Netflix! :lol:

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Hehehe, you know, two movies that are a bit quirky, but I think are underrated? "Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You" and "Date And Switch". Oh! And "Get Real"...which is excellent! :P

 

 

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Comicality said:

Hehehe, you know, two movies that are a bit quirky, but I think are underrated? "Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You" and "Date And Switch". Oh! And "Get Real"...which is excellent! :P

I'll make note of those titles. I'm sure I can find them through the MelCat. :)

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