New magazine on mysteries
- Press Release
For immediate release.
Mania Entertainment LLC
Venice Beach, Los Angeles, USA.
Wednesday October 1st 2003
Mania Entertainment LLC are very proud to announce the launch of
PHENOMENA MAGAZINE and the accompanying website at
PHENOMENA MAGAZINE promises to be a new defining moment within the
alternative genre, bringing together cutting edge research and
entertainment under one banner, with material written by some of the
biggest names in the whole genre.
PHENOMENA MAGAZINE is led by Editor in Chief, SIMON COX, previously
known for his research work with various best selling authors and for
his CD Rom based magazine DUAT which was launched in 2002. Simon's
team include some of the best writers in the alternative genre,
including: Michael Baigent, co-author of the million selling, Holy
Blood, Holy Grail. Robert Temple, author of, The Sirius Mystery. Nick
Redfern, author of, Strange Secrets. Richard Dolan, author of UFOs
and the National Security State. Randall Fitzgerald, author of the
forthcoming, Lucky You! Other writers in issue one include, Robin
Crookshank-Hilton, Alan Alford, Linda Moulton-Howe, Dr. Paula
Baillie-Hamilton, Dr. Sam Parnia and Whitley Streiber.
Issue one of PHENOMENA MAGAZINE is available across the United States
at all good book stores and newsstands and is distributed in the US
by KABLE NEWS. In the UK, PHENOMENA MAGAZINE will be available via
the COMAG distribution network. Subscriptions are also available
worldwide via the accompanying website at www.phenomenamagazine.com
which goes live at the same time as the magazine launch.
The accompanying website is a major undertaking and Mania
Entertainment LLC would like to welcome Greg Taylor and his Daily
Grail team to the fold. Greg and his team will be bringing you all
the daily news, reviews and features at www.phenomenamagazine.com
just as they did at the Daily Grail website, but in their new home
they have much more space and scope in which to maneuver. This will
result in a brilliant new web based portal for the entire genre.
Prepare for Information Overload!
Issue two of Phenomena Magazine will hit the stands in December 2003.
For advertising rates in both the magazine and website, press
coverage, interviews and submissions for the magazine and website,
please contact editor in chief, Simon Cox at: