Preview Issue

The Augur Magazine Preview Issue

A collection of reprints

Welcome to the Augur Magazine Preview Issue, a collection of eleven reprints. This issue is built from a fabulous assortment of creators who touch on disparate themes and genres. In our (digital) pages, you’ll find: unnerving aquatic minds, immigrant were-panthers, Canadian travel narratives turned scifi,  and the nebulous beauty of a minute that’s been lost in time. And that’s only some of them.

But this is just where we start. We had such a wonderful time putting this issue together—if you enjoy it, back us on kickstarter by September 30! Otherwise, this might be the only issue of Augur to ever go live—and we’d really like to give you so much more.

Thank you for reading. We hope you enjoy!

A little augury: The futures we hold — A note from the editor by Kerrie Seljak-Byrne

FICTION

The Man Who Killed Coen by Lawrence Stewen
Change as Seen Through an Orrery of Celestial Fire by Michael Matheson
Old and New by Saquina Karla C. Guiam
The Wedding of Snow, Earth, and Salt by Kate Heartfield
Pretty White Snake by Cathy Smith
Leapt by Terese Mason Pierre
Palingenesis by Megan Arkenberg

POETRY

Shortly Before the End by Kim Goldberg
I received a lost minute invitation by Christa Couture
Oct. 27th 70 to Union Station 07:35 by Emily Izsak

COMICS

In-Between Home by Janice Liu