Letter From The Editor - Issue 55 - February 2017

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Somewhere on a Flattened Earth
    by David Lubar

Somewhere on a Flattened Earth
Artwork by Lance Card

I thought everyone knew the Earth was flat. But today, in my new school, Mrs. Amstrew talked about how the Earth was round. Seriously. At first, I thought it was some kind of joke. But I snuck some glances at the other kids, and nobody was laughing. After a while, I realize Mrs. Amstrew thought it was a fact, and not some kind of crazy story.

I wanted to raise my hand and tell her she was wrong. Mom and Dad had taught me all about it. The Earth is flat, of course. You can fall off the edge if you're not careful. That's not a big problem right now, since we don't live near the edge. Dad wouldn't make us move some place dangerous, even though we move a lot. But maybe, when I'm older, I might travel. If I ever get close to the edge, I'll be real careful, because there are dragons waiting to eat you if you fall.

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