Contacting Emulsion Magazine?

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  1. Ian Leake

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    Does anyone know how to contact the folks at Emulsion magazine? I'm trying to change my shipping address. I got ignored last time, but I'm an eternal optimist... Unfortunately the email address given in the magazine bounces with a mailbox full error...
     
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    Aggie is often present on the large format forum. Perhaps you could PM her there.

    http://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/
     
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    The email given in the magazine is: aggie@emulsionmagazine.org is that the same as the one you tried?
    They say to send address changes to:
    EMULSION, PO Box 367 Hurricane, Utah 84737

    Hope that helps.
     
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    You might want to try it the "old fashioned" way. As per the Postmaster forwarding info in the magazine. Address changes should be sent to:

    Emulsion
    P.O. Box 367
    Hurricane, UT 84737

    BTW: I got my latest (the 3rd issue) about two weeks ago so I'm fairly positive they are still around....
     
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    They are hard at work on issue #4, as we speak.
     
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    Thanks for your input and advice. I used the info@... address rather than aggie@... (which is labelled as advertising sales; and it was ignored last time).

    To be honest I think I have more important things to do with my life than chase them on this. And I have better things to do with my very limited free time then write a letter, walk to the post office, buy an international stamp, etc.; all with the full expectation of being ignored again.

    I probably shouldn't have posted my question and wasted your time too. Sorry.