Interview with Cover Artist Joe Badon

by on Jun 22, 2016 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

This month’s Apex Magazine cover artist is Joe Badon, a freelance comic book artist from Slidell, Louisiana. His cover piece evokes a sense of mystery and a unique vision of reworking older works into new and interesting pieces. APEX MAGAZINE: Your cover piece for this month’s Apex...

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SEEKING TANIS. Runner Available.

by on Jun 15, 2016 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

I can’t remember where I first heard about The Black Tapes, the creepy X-Files meets Serial podcast produced by Pacific Northwest Stories, but I can distinctly remember finishing the first episode and then having to immediately replay it because I could not believe what I had just heard....

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Interview with Author Mary Pletsch

by on Jun 8, 2016 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Any author can tell a story with words. But one who tells it through song and rhythm and meter is building a world and an atmosphere in an entirely different way. In the generation spanning story “Folk Hero,” Mary Pletsch uses music to show the passing of time, the pain of a war, which...

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Words from the Editor-in-Chief

by on Jun 7, 2016 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Welcome to issue 85! It’s a new month and we’re pleased to bring you a new issue with new fiction. In “Folk Hero,” Mary Pletsch writes an entertaining and heartbreaking tale examining how hate, fear, and distrust manifests in society through generation after generation. Douglas F....

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Interview with Robert Carter, Cover Artist

by on May 27, 2016 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

This month’s Apex Magazine cover artist is award-winning illustrator Robert Carter. Combining a strong foundation in portraiture with a unique sense of visual and conceptual ideas, Carter creates striking, vibrant, and textured pieces ranging from the realistic to the surreal. Apex...

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Interview with Stephen Cox

by on May 4, 2016 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Here’s a riddle for you: What will puzzle you while it entertains you, pull you in while it confuses you, make you double check your wristwatch and the date on your calendar, and have you rereading the entire thing the instant you finish the final line? The answer is Stephen Cox’s new...

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