The Ethereal Gazette

The Ethereal Gazette : Issue Five

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Emerging next as this was slowly getting reassembled is the celebrated Issue Five. The issue that sets the tone for what would be Tabloid Purposes IV. This one is with my story, "The Pattern of Diagnosis" which was a formidable rewrite of a story that was already formidable that became the first 5000 word plus short story that's a Creative Nonfiction breakout. Like Issue 10, this one didn't let up either and introduced a writer named Steven Morgan and a closing breakout. Who did a really formidable story in Issue 12 as he did a tour de force tale in that one. Everyone in this issue was formidable -- Kevin Hurtack became the cover designer on Withersin 1.1: Birth Issue. My story was published in Dark Gothic Resurrected: Autumn 2007 where I was insulted by a reader of that magazine by his misbilling me as an "Erotic Writer." I never wrote that shit or published it; I've written sexual content for the first time in Suburbanite's Confessional because I was showing how I had a vice of one night stands (or women want to bag a writer is usually the case.) This version; Alex Rivera's artwork will be featured also in the lettering too as well as his original cover art some aspects will be toyed with on the back cover to keep the original integrity of the original 2007 layout as this was published. My story in this one is almost in itself reads like a Christian testimony if it wasn't so eerie in the vibe and atmosphere -- when it was five months after Apt. #2W was written. I wrote both from my family's residence when I was tending to the grandparents when they were alive. My ex-cousin-in-law didn't like the fact I was living on my own but the roommate turned out to be a user of people as she now lives on the West coast. I showed Issue Five to Shawn Borri and Issue 9 to him. He'd told me there was more to The Pattern of Diagnosis than what I revealed -- Michelle was quite irresponsible back then. She was the oldest room mate of the three of us all of us were in our early 30s. Michelle didn't hold down a job for long and when she got one she always quit after a week or was fired. She was working for Macy's from the month of February dyed part of her hair pink and next thing she got was the pink slip. 21 Days on http: //np1976.codexed.com is about the hospital stay where it was complications from what happened in The Pattern of Diagnosis. I had severe pneumonia and I wrote Passenger after writing The Pattern Of Diagnosis both stories took a scarier turn; Zoran Stevlic (1977-2007) passes a year later when he was 30 years old so I dedicated the first namesake to Zoran along with Issue 6. Then two years later after Zoran's passing, Kristov passes away from cancer and a year later Elmer Alleman passed away in 2010. It was like I seen a ghost when Elmer died because that was too close to home since I never had a chance to apologize. Elmer didn't understand I was trying to keep a mystique to me but his family did though, but I was finally able to laugh at myself after his passing. The Pattern Of Diagnosis chronicled a very real horror that unfolded in Christ Hospital as I was trying to get back to my apartment but I had gone to two other hospitals in those few days as I wrote about this in Suburbanite's Confessional. Which chronicles my health problems that were off and on throughout 2002-2006; came more evident in the tail end of 2005 into 2006. The story in the second collection that ties to The Pattern of Diagnosis is called Sickness Induced. Some of my darkest work came when I was physically ill -- Passenger was one of those stories. This issue is recommended if you read the new book by Oz Fox's lady titled Fallen. The Pattern of Diagnosis is the Good Samaritan Parable played up @ Oak Lawn inshow more

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  • Paperback | 210 pages
  • 155.96 x 233.93 x 12.19mm | 394.62g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508760179
  • 9781508760177

About Various Authors

Nickolaus Pacione (b. August 3, 1976, Nickolaus Albert Pacione, Elk Grove Village, Illinois, ) is the author of 7 books and edited nine anthologies; working to get them all back in circulation. This will be the fifth issue of the magazine has he got this in the hands of Tourniquet's Ted Kirkpatrick along with both namesakes as their lulu.com incarnations after realizing he was connected to his modern era friends in Chicago. Pacione thought, "Ted said he was eventually going to grab these it would feel wrong that he bought these because he had a hand discovering me. Eventually becoming published." Issue Five is noted for the Edgar Allan Poe quote on the back cover because it forfilled The Stylus a journal that Edgar Allan Poe was developing before his death. Pacione's editorship is Lake Fossil Press and became an apprentice editor learning from Bob Gunner of Cyber-Pulp Books, Robert Raven of Litrix Library in Anchorage, Alaska, Ron Hanna of Wild Cat books (who was fiction publisher number 2 with his second anthology appearance -- Pacione inherited the living roster from Wild Cat Books as his contributors for Tabloid Purposes II, Quakes and Storms, Tabloid Purposes 3, IV and Issue 12 were from there. Everette Bell's story in the rebooted version namesake makes an encore from Quakes and Storms: A Natural Disaster Anhology;) April Derleth when she was alive, and learning how to do The Ethereal Gazette he sought out Mick Mercer as Pacione studied his magazine, The Mick. The Ethereal Gazette's influences are Morbid Outlook, Heaven's Metal, Metal Maniacs, Weird Tales, The Literary Golden Age/Bloody Pulp Era Horror, Reader's Digest, The House of Pain E-Zine, and a magazine based in downstate Kewanee, Illinois, send to him by a reader from 2000 called Plots where Pacione transcribed the mystery writer's story from that magazine because he wanted this writer to come forth and claim it's ownership. The second namesake's story "Danielle's Autopsy Table" made Pacione think of this story as Plots was magazine that came out during Pacione's writing period. He started as a writer October 19, 1990, published online while still 20 years old then print @ 28 "His middle school teachers noticed he's got a formal writing style when he was 13 years old." Follow his office blog at http;//nickpacione.tumblr.com.show more

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