From the publisher's blurb:
Inspired by the quote by Benjamin Franklin, “Death & Taxes” brings with it a visual overhaul for the new year and volume. Inside we’ve gathered three interviews, several educational articles, and over 200 worldbuilding prompts!
A world showcase of the "Afrocentric" fantasy world titled "Tikor".
An article about the historical use of poisons.
An overview about ancient gods of death and different concepts of afterlife in history.
An interview with Stian Oversen and Charles Leadingham, videogames developers.
A personal introduction and art by Ondrej Hrdina.
An article about the ancient populations of Central America.
An article about applying sideways thinking to worldbuilding, even when funerals are concerned.
Inventing made-up funeral practices for made-up worlds.
Short Q&A about worldbuilding.
A checklist (with an introduction) to help a worldbuilder worldbuild his worldbuilt world.
Four readings to master this issue's "Death and Taxes" theme: Kelley Armstrong's "The
A few prompts to write a short story.
A short self-introduction by a magazine's contributor, Alex (Spartango).
A short introduction to this issue and to the magazine's new graphics.