<p><em>Dragnet Anthology 1</em> collects some of the best works from the first eight issues of <em>Dragnet Magazine </em>(dragnetmag.net), the online literary journal that isn’t afraid to approach serious topics with humour. Covering the period from February 2011 to July 2013, it features such fine catches as</p> <p>A.G. Pasquella</p> <p>Amelia Floortje</p> <p>André Babyn</p> <p>Andrew J. Borkowski</p> <p>Andrew Faulkner</p> <p>Andrew F. Sullivan</p> <p>Andy Sinclair</p> <p>Ann Ward</p> <p>Ben Ladouceur</p> <p>Claire Battershill</p> <p>Deepa Jolly</p> <p>Erica Schmidt</p> <p>Gary Barwin</p> <p>Jasmine Szabo-Knox</p> <p>Jeremy Woodcock</p> <p>Joseph Yachimec</p> <p>Kyle Flak</p> <p>Matthew R. Loney</p> <p>Meredith Hambrock</p> <p>Mike Blouin</p> <p>Molly Lynch</p> <p>Nadia Ragbar</p> <p>Patricia Young</p> <p>Rolli</p> <p>Rowan Melling</p> <p>Shari Kasman</p> <p>Terence Young</p> <p>Thomas Mundt</p>
According to the National Snooper, the queen of planet Zagon is on Earth. It seems pretty silly until Nancy and her friends have a new substitute teacher, Ms. Zagon. Kate Zaleski says Ms. Zagon is an alien. Nancy says she’s not, and she’s going to prove it—along with the aid of a talking parrot who’s helping her solve the whole mystery.
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