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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean
    Apologies to John, I see they got his surname wrong. I did put in a request for that to be corrected
    Aaahhh weeeell. At least I don't have to update all the search tags on the website I don't have yet.

    Thanks for the scan Blaze-on. Great to see Sean's article this side of Christmas.

    Same one Jim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Hawley
    Thanks for the scan Matt. I haven't received my copy yet either (but I just subscribed yesterday after seeing this thread posted).

    I was happy to see some of the prints I've received in the Print Exchanges in the article.

    Sean, I think the interview came out well. No idea what revisions you wanted, but I like it the way it is.
    Thanks Alex, that was basically the first draft of the interview. They asked if I wanted changes and I reworked some things and sent them in, they acknowledged that they got them and would do them, so not sure what went wrong there. My changes shifted the tone from their original focus of digi vs. trad. to a more apug oriented article. Also there was the usual stuff paraphrased wrong and taken out of context. Well, like Jorge told me in a PM, there is no such thing as bad publicity.. I am thankful for the opportunity they gave us and am glad we've made it into a well known magazine

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    My copy came in the mail on Chritmas Eve, so it has made it to Texas now. A very nice article Sean and will bet that it bumps the number of hits and members up. Congratulations to all of those that had their work published...it looked good (though I thought it was all printed a little dark). Oh Yeah, as an aside, the Contact Printers Guild has an ad following the article..it only seemed right that they would be the next thing I saw after I turned the page.
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    I just picked up mine at a newsstand uptown in NYC, though over the last few days, I've seen stacks of the Dec. issue still at a few B&N's and a Borders not too far away.
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    I just checked the Borders a little nortwest of Chicago and still the December issue. Maybe next week, eh?
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    Went to Hastings and Barnes & Noble today and they still didn't have them in stock on the shelf or in the backroom.

    Will check again before I go on vacation--should be good reading in the airport, though I did pick up the David Goldfarb Leo Tolstoy book from Barnes & Noble today...GO DAVID!

    note: David did the intro and notes for the Barnes & Noble edition of a collection of Tolstoy's stories headed by The Death of Ivan Ilych. If I remember correctly, there is an older post about this (the book came out in 2003), but no reason not to give David a bump.
    Let's see what I've got in the magic trash can for Mateo!

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    Thanks, Jeremy. I'm working on Turgenev's _Fathers and Sons_ for the same series. It should be out next year sometime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    Thanks, Jeremy. I'm working on Turgenev's _Fathers and Sons_ for the same series. It should be out next year sometime.
    Please post a thread in the Lounge when it comes out!
    Let's see what I've got in the magic trash can for Mateo!

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