Letter from the Editor

Unwinnable Monthly – March 2022

This is a reprint of the letter from the editor in Unwinnable Monthly Issue 149. You can buy Issue 149 now, or purchase a monthly subscription to make sure you never miss an issue!


Dear Reader,

I am hoping this finds you well, surviving and perhaps even thriving through February, perhaps the dreariest of months. By the time you read this, though, spring will be on the horizon.

Our cover (by Andy Sykes) feature this month is Evan Dennis getting greasy with an ode to a particular kind of car. A kind of crappy car many drivers have known, to their fond memories and chagrin. Next up is Noah Hertz who once took a college class for credit in Second Life. I barely had a first one in college, imagine TWO. In this economy! For our Epic Games sponsored feature this month, Ben Sailer looks at Mukti, a game that aims to raise awareness about human trafficking.

And now, onto the columns!

This month on the good ship Unwinnable we have… Adam Boffa is back and so is every piece of media! Sara Clemens doesn’t want to grow up! Matt Marrone becomes a game developer with his kids! Emily Price dies, a lot, forever. Justin Reeve scribes some curses. Rob Rich is a man going to the sky. Stu Horvath is in space. Levi Rubeck and his wife go West, the old West. Phil Russell becomes similar to a dragon, meets some real nice folks. Ben Sailer wants to know what it means to be HARDCORE. Phoenix Simms gives me the hardest time checking the correct capitalization and spelling of all sorts of stuff. And I wouldn’t have it any other way! And lastly, Noah Springer listens to music for old people.

Be warm, stay safe, wear a mask!

See you all in a few weeks in Exploits!

David Shimomura
Chicago, Illinois
March 9, 2022


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