May 20: Frequent Revelation contributor Adam Chamberlain will be presenting at a study day being held by Britain's University of the Third Age on Monday, May 24th in Farnham, Surrey. The lecture, entitled "Human Essence: Nature & Beyond," is based entirely upon Chamberlain's "Essence" essay, an examination of the potentially apocalyptic impact of advanced technology on human life and nature published in Revelation 1:2. Those interested in attending the talk should consult the contact information available at the U3A website.



May 6: Revelation is still accepting submissions for its forthcoming fourth issue. Writers and artists interested in contributing to the apocalyptic magazine should review the submission guidelines. The current deadline is May 31st. Those writers and artists who have previously contributed to the magazine and have not yet resubmitted contact information should take note of the notice below and e-mail as soon as possible.



March 28: Attention all Revelation contributors!  Technical failures have affected Revelation's computer records. If you've been a contributor to Revelation, or if you've submitted material to the magazine in the recent past, please e-mail us as soon as possible so that our contact list can be restored. Your assistance is much appreciated.



March 18: "The End of America," Revelation's intriguing first theme issue, has been released. The fifty-page collection presents all-new tales of apocalypse with a patriotic twist, offering stories that explore how an end to the United States of America might mean the end of the world as we know it. As usual, the art and fiction deliver an eclectic mix of the dramatic, horrific, amusing, and the outright bizarre. Click the link to purchase the latest issue of Revelation.


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