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Event Horizon is a literary and graphic arts periodical.  It is an online pdf-download magazine. An event horizon is that border to a black hole beyond which there is no return.  It’s a place  ablaze with energy.  It is irresistible.  Light can not escape the black hole beyond the event horizon.  The event horizon is the verge of something huge and as-yet unknown – just like the future or human potential itself.

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