The Edge of Tomorrow 2 - 1992
Editorial - Richard Yagodich
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Welcome once again to the brink of the abyss, The Edge of Tomorrow II.

Within these pages, reproduced purely for your enjoyment, is a mirror image of what lurks in dark, dank recesses of that unfathomable pit which is a writer's mind; a conglomeration of the various fragments which I have managed to collect, mainly - though perhaps not exclusively - from the minds of the ICSF committee - a difficult task indeed.

Now, you might be inclined to believe that as Editor, I have shown undue favour to myself by including not just one piece of my own, but two. Rest assure though that this is not, in any way shape or form, an attempt at self-promotion. (Who the hell do you think you're kidding, it s a blatant attempt to take over this precarious publication for purely personal use...) The truth of the matter remains that I never asked for the position of Editor, at least not for this year. It was the fact that I had already written one of my two stories - and half the other - when it came time for the committee to nominate someone for the position. As I happened to be the only person around at the time who showed even the slightest interest in this fanzine (and perhaps for that matter the only person around at the time - period), I was landed with the job...

So here I am, bringing to you an unassorted collection of random thought, all - I hope - with some connection to our most beloved cultural and literary genre: Science Fiction. Thus it remains only for me to say unto you, 'Good reading, and may your imagination prove the stronger reality".

Richard Yagodich, Editor

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