Editorial at Waylines

We've made it! Our 6th issue! We are officially one year old! We must give a special thanks to everyone who has gotten us here -- those initial Kickstarters, our wonderful slush readers, our amazing writers and film makers, but most important of all: readers like you.

And to celebrate the end of our first year, we have a Reader's Choice Poll. Head on over to vote for your favorite story and film of the year. Voting lasts from Nov 1 to Dec 31. We'll post the results in January.

Unfortunately, we do have some sad news for this issue. David, will be moving on from Waylines. He's been an integral part of the Waylines phenomenon and he will be missed. We wish him the best in all his endeavours.

Now, let's get on with Issue 6. For our stories this issue:

Anaea Lay takes us on a walk on the dark side in, “A Long Fuse to a Slow Detonation” -- a journey into the mind of a woman skirting the edge of sanity.

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Andrew S.Williams goes to the opposite end of the spectrum with a whimsical tale of a computer tech and his struggle with customer complaints for the X-7000 Teleporter in, “Best Regards.”

For our films this issue:

David Karlak's "The Candidate" is a masterpiece of filmmaking; a trip into a secret society, you won't want to miss.

"The Eagleman Stag" is Mikey Please's delightfully esoteric animation of a man, his past, and the Eagleman Stag.

And last, but not least, we have Raf Anzovin's "Eleven," a fun take on the hassles of voice menus.

For our interviews, Alisa sat down with Wesley Chu for the Writers Room. And we have interviews with our writers and The Candidate's David Karlak.

So enjoy Issue 6. We'll have details on Waylines: Year Two in the new year. We hope to see you in the Wayline!

Sincerely,

D

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