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Sea to Sky Review
Volume 4. Issue 2.
VOLUME 4. ISSUE 2. OCTOBER 2023
Many of us were glued to our televisions this summer watching David Grusch, a United States Air Force officer and former intelligence official, testify at a House hearing that UFO sightings are a national security problem and that the US is concealing ‘multi-decade’ program that captures UFOs at the same time hiding evidence of 'non-human intelligence.' And what marvelous conversations were sparked by these revelations! I for one heard the alien encounter stories of pretty much all of my friends and family. “It was triangular,” one of my friends insists. “And zoomed in and out so quickly - “
The idea for this issue’s theme, Alien Encounters, rose from the summer of 2023, where encounters out at the edge of a field, abductions from a hill, or a beaconing finger in the garden are all commonplace. Enjoy!
Cover photo: Brian Michael Barbeito
Sea to Sky Review is an electronic journal devoted to showcasing good writing. We feature poetry and prose, but we also welcome interviews and reviews, artwork and photography. Click here for Submission Guidelines
Sea to Sky Review is the idea of Jude Goodwin, semi-retired designer operating out of Vancouver, BC.
Sea to Sky Review typically publishes three times a year. However Covid, and now life, have delayed publications. But like swans, we will carry on - with two new and inspiring volumes in 2023. We’re excited for 2024!