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Hesperia, California, USA – Multiverse Magazine, the online periodical featuring fiction and non-fiction with an emphasis on world-building, expands to include three fiction pieces in the March 2004 issue, now available at

Editor Matthew Wayne Selznick said, “I’m excited – the stories in this issue are all different from one another, and run the gamut from light fantasy to thoughtful social science fiction. This issue exemplifies what we hope Multiverse Magazine to achieve.”

The latest issue of Multiverse Magazine also includes the next installment of Selznick’s column on world-building, “WorldWrights,” which continues to explore the capabilities of Planet Factory 1.0, a set of spreadsheet tools available for free from the magazine.

The fifth issue of Multiverse Magazine also includes the contents of the last four issues.

Multiverse Magazine is published monthly. The publication provides compensation for its contributors from a portion of advertising revenue – one of the few online magazines to do so.

Contact information:
Multiverse Magazine

Parent company MWS Media
PO BOX 402081
Hesperia CA 92340-2081


Matthew Wayne Selznick
MWS Media
"Because doing it yourself doesn't have to mean going it alone!

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