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Latest revision as of 02:36, 13 November 2007

Age of Ideas is a zine full of original short stories by Zach Savich from Olympia, Washington.

In issue #1 the author, only 14, writes with a writing skill seldom found in adult writers. Included in the first issue are the story of raining pianos, a fable called "The Breadman" and 19 more.

Excerpt from "3a.m. Cafe": "Sometimes... her outburst of thought would become more abstract. Like her theory that the world doesn't really rotate, but is actually a giant treadmill. You spend your whole life standing in the same place, always pulling the earth towards you when you walk."