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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    I've gotten three issues of _Emulsion_. Maybe it was a problem with foreign shipping. Unfortunately, we moved recently, so my copies of the magazine are in storage at the moment, but maybe someone who has one can see if there is an e-mail address other than the one on the website for someone you could contact.
    I suspect that Emulsion is dead, although I haven't heard anything either way. However, I submitted an article for Issue 4, that I was asked to write, at the end of February. It was scheduled to go to the printer in April. It is now September. Everyone will have to draw their own conclusions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague View Post
    I suspect that Emulsion is dead, although I haven't heard anything either way. However, I submitted an article for Issue 4, that I was asked to write, at the end of February. It was scheduled to go to the printer in April. It is now September. Everyone will have to draw their own conclusions.
    Could be, but I've heard from Aggie not too long ago, and she didn't give any hint that they were going under. I think she's had some medical issues, and she's running much of the show, so I wouldn't be surprised if there were some delays as a result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague View Post
    I suspect that Emulsion is dead, although I haven't heard anything either way. However, I submitted an article for Issue 4, that I was asked to write, at the end of February. It was scheduled to go to the printer in April. It is now September. Everyone will have to draw their own conclusions.

    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    Could be, but I've heard from Aggie not too long ago, and she didn't give any hint that they were going under. I think she's had some medical issues, and she's running much of the show, so I wouldn't be surprised if there were some delays as a result.
    We're certainly now approaching the end of the quarter (Sept. 30th) and I haven't yet seen the 4th issue.

    While I hope they work things out - it's a hard thing to start up a high-end photo mag. If Aggie has health issues that affect production it suggests that staffing was just too thin.

    I remain hopeful; but I'll be more (rather than less) surprised if I see the next issue.

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    I think the first issue took about two years, and then they were running okay, and recently it seems things have slowed down, perhaps because in those two years, they may have been accumulating material that comprised much of the first three issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    I think the first issue took about two years, and then they were running okay, and recently it seems things have slowed down, perhaps because in those two years, they may have been accumulating material that comprised much of the first three issues.
    The 4th issue is a travel issue; there isn't supposed to be any carry over from the other issues. I haven't heard much from her either. However, I don't think Dave Parker is doing the press checks anymore, so that could affect the schedule. I do wish her the best however.
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