We now know that there can be such a thing as an active mistigris ansi artist who can remain in the group for longer than a month. Hopefully this will become a trend. In any event... our special projects haven't advanced much in the eyeblink between this and the previous pack, but our art hasn't suffered, and that's the important part.
In fact, we managed to attain a position in the top five groups as rated by the perversely-named Rifts E-mag, the only rating mag which makes it to our area code. True, we were number five, but we feel that the fact that we were named number five out of only four groups presented gives us a certain dignity and paradoxical status that few can allude to.
In addition, Destro managed to wow them enough to declare his pic (near the absolute bottom, true) of the top five. Have we been declared contenders for the first time since Undergrown days?
A congratulation is also presented to Maeve Wolf, for winning some sort of award for MW-MAGIK.ANS, which is presented in this pack.
Personally, this month found some experimentation with collaborative lit writing. You've seen it before, but I tried to elaborate. Some of the results were fantastic. Others were less than so. Still others haven't reached completion at this date. As such, starting this month, you can expect to see my impeccable meter coupled with the images and language of Akasha, Crowkeeper, and verily the entire Mistigris writing department.
Oh yeah - if you're still reading now that lit has been brought up, check out AN-CT1.COM, CA-HELP.COM and CT-CO1.COM. Candide has turned simple poems in a whole new direction. Sure, people used to colour their lits, but code them?
In conclusion - I am not a fish.