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re: the current issue-
The Barlow bros story is really sick and really funny and makes me feel guilty for laughing at small town losers. And yes, I am from a very small town and it is all true, at least among those who dropped out of school in Grade 3 - and they were the scholars in the family!
Cat V, Portland, OR
Capture is one of the most unusual mags on the net - or anywhere. First rate stuff. I hope you aren't shut down sometime soon by the 'end days' lunatic fringe, who are gaining power as we speak.
-D. Sparks, Birmingham, UK
Hey, I'm mega lovin Gudrun Lock's photos! She is effing brilliant!
Amir the Swampjockey, Mumbai/San Jose
I'm not sure your brand of extremism is what the planet needs at the moment. As George Santayana once remarked: "Extremism is for those who have forgotten the point of being human."
Michael G, Toronto
I love the Eilidh story. Walmsley truly touches bottom in that murky pool.
Tina TTK, Amsterdam
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IN THIS ISSUE:Photography - Gudrun Lock
Illustrations - R Stevenson
Story - Eilidh - Tom Walmsley
2 Stories - Back To You & Peach - Katrina Gray
Story - The Barlow Bros - Caliste Gomez
Compendium - World Love Triangles - Ahmad Avaz
Excerpt from new novel, Mount Royal - Basil Papademos
Verse - Brilliant Young Doctor - Liu Chiang
Verse - The Heavyweights - Aubrey Singer
Verse - It Is Official - Jamillah Ayoun-Frick
Verse - Ode to Canadian Fiction - Lambert G. Closse
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