"There was a man who sat each day looking out through a narrow vertical opening where a single board had been removed from a tall wooden fence. Each day a wild ass of the desert passed outside the fence and across the narrow opening--first the nose, then the head, the forelegs, the long brown back, the hindlegs, and lastly the tail. One day, the man leaped to his feet with the light of discovery in his eyes and he shouted for all who could hear him: 'It is obvious! The nose causes the tail!'"
                    --Stories of the Hidden Wisdom, HERETICS OF DUNE

Editor: Daniel B. Rego

     Welcome to the latest Edition of Enigmata! This has turned out to be a very diverse issue, from the Brian Page to the Sonnet project to that small creature disemboweling me...Ouch! But despite all that, I have achieved Issue the Second of Volume the Ninth of Enigmata, the not-so-ancient records of Enigma, the UCLA science fiction, fantasy and gaming club.
     The individual contents and their respective holding and intellectual property rights are reserved to the authors, respectively. Submission to Enigmata signifies permission to publish. Thanks is given to all those who submitted.
     Submissions should be made by E-mail, mail, disk, coconut laden swallow, &c to: [Address removed at request of editor.]
     BTW, What is the air speed velocity of a coconut laden swallow?

    ENIGMATA           VOLUME 9, ISSUE 2



What Happened to Sarah by Mike Donahue
Uncle Nasty's Sadistic Puzzle Page by Mike Tice
Fantasies of Revenge by Mike Tice
Contemplating a Window on a Street Corner by Dori Schachner
The Brian Page by Brian McInnis
Helen's Neighbor by Mike Donahue
ROAD GEEKS (Part One) by Aaron Vanek
Echoes of Fading Laughter by Daniel B. Rego
Second Eve by Aaron Vanek
Leatherman by Rebecca Strong
RoseArcana by Dori Schachner
Uncle Nasty (Answers)


The Enigma Sonnet Project by Various Enigmans
Alone by Dori Schachner


Dori Schachner           pgs. 1, 16, 19
Daniel B. Rego           pgs. 15, 27
19th Century Advertisements possessed by Satan           pgs. 2, 5, 7, 43, 44


*           Any similarity between any character herein depicted to my pug, Sissy, is purely coincidental...


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