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Very true, Bill. A few months ago I sent inquiries to two different online zines dedicated to adventure gaming. As you know, Mat and I have been studying them intensely for a year now, and I've been done my fair share of writing (some of which I am very proud of!) There I was, offering my services as a professional writer and scholar FOR FREE, and yet neither one bothered to so much as acknowledge my existence.
I tell you, I just don't know how these people stay afloat. We were so desperate to attract new talent to AA--we would have gladly taken more people onboard and gave plenty of mediocre (or, frankly pisspoor) contributors respect and attention. I just don't get it.
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