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Oziana 2013


Founded on and continuing the famous Oz stories by L. Frank Baum and Ruth Plumly Thompson, here is the 2013 installment of the International Wizard of Oz Club’s OZIANA, the creative magazine showcasing art and talent by members of the Club.

Included in this issue are art and stories by Gina Wickwar, Nathan DeHoff, Phyllis Ann Karr, Jared Davis, Sam Milazzo, Sean Maldonado, Luciano Vecchio, Darrell Spradlyn, Dennis Anfuso, Alex Garcia, and Marcus Mebes.

A 15% discount applies to members! Use Coupon Code: LKAB317CD.



Traditional Oz

Table of Contents

Foiled by the Iffin, by Phyllis Ann Karr; illustrated by Dennis Anfuso: It was been several decades since readers have heard from Dr. Corwin Davision Poe of the “Computer Wizard of Oz” stories. It’s high time we heard what’s become of him.

The Harvest Ball, by Gina Wickwar; illustrated by Luciano Vecchio & Marcus Mebes: Autumn’s here and there’s a festive spirit in the air. It’s time for everyone to get together at the Scarecrow’s corncob mansion to celebrate in the enchanted corn maze. There’s only challenge: they have to get out!

Jinnicky Saves Christmas, by Nathan M. DeHoff; illustrated by Shawn Maldonado: There’s a jolly old elf riding his sleigh through the sky. The stars are sparkling, the wind is biting, and the arrows are flying. Oh, and Santa is there too!

The Love Bug of Oz, wirtten and illustrated by Ed McCray: The Nome King and Mombi are vying for the relics left over in the castle of the Wicked Witch of the West. What will they find and how miserable will it make them?

The Way of a Lion, by Jared David; illustrated by Sam Milazzo: There’s a good reason everyone’s favorite Lion thinks of himself as cowardly. This story, winner of the 2013 Fiction Contest at the international Wizard of Oz Club’s Winkie Convention, will help readers understand why.

Witches of the West, written and illustrated by Darrell Spradlyn & Marcus Mebes: The Wicked Witch of the West is the first major antagonist in the Oz books, but little–if anything–is known about the Good Witch of the West: Gloma. Ruth Plumly Thompson introduced readers to her in The Wishing Horse of Oz, and after that she faded into obscurity. Let’s see what we can find out about her.

Edite by Marcus Mebes. Front cover by Luciano Vecchio. Back cover by Alejandro Garcia.

A 15% discount applies to members! Use Coupon Code: LKAB317CD.


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