- This issue was the second 'thirtieth issue' of Monomyth and the reason for five, rather than the usual four, issues in 2004.
List of contentsEdit
- Editorial by DJ Tyrer
- Issue Two Cover (reprinted) by Ian O'Reilly
- Issue Three Cover (reprinted) by Richard Burman
- Pentacle, part 5 by DS Davidson
- The Case of Ezra Haig-Simpson by DJ Tyrer
- Artwork by Cory Harding
- Dust by David Cowdall
- Sorrow by Simon Birch
- Cross-Assembler by Dave Seaman
- Poets' Corner :
- "Bal-Shamharoth Ate My Husband!" by DJ Tyrer, with Richard Burman, Darrel Mason, Jo Hodgson, David Leverton and Marian Long, with thanks to Danny Crane for the Singing Bandit.
- Artwork by Angela Morkos
- The Taming of the Hippogriff by Clinton Wastling
- Issue One Cover (reprinted) by Richard Burman
- The Standing Stone by DJ Tyrer
- An Elegant Sufficiency by DJ Tyrer
- This issue included reprints of each of the first three issues' covers.
- Pentacle concluded in this issue, but was reprinted in its entirety in Monomyth 50.
- The Case of Ezra Haig-Simpson had earlier been serialised in Monomyth, but was reprinted here in its entirety.
- Richard Burman's poems in this issue had originally appeared as the earliest poems in Monomyth, and were reprinted here to celebrate the anniversary.
- The Standing Stone was the second poem by DJ Tyrer to be inspired by Richard Burman's cover for issue one (the other being A Pause In Arcady; only one other such cover-inspired poem exists, Unbidden).
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