62Re: Trying to be positive
- Mar 6, 1999In message <rJwswDAz3v22EwEq@...>, Stephen Agar
>I am constantly amazed at the amount of work MfG is. If 20 or so zines
>That said, I agree that MfG goes out of date very quickly. Maybe every 3
>months John could just delete folded zines and add new ones? Then do a
>small print run for newcomers.
would fold or not run so many games it would make my life a lot easier
Having said that, I think I could manage one every 6 months. That would
still get out of date, especially as there is often a 2 month period
between editors sending in their stuff and me finally getting MfG out of
the door, but (adapting Stephen's idea slightly) I could produce MfG as
the handbook and then produce bi-monthly appendices which announce folds
of zines in MfG and add details of new ones which aren't.
Of possibly more interest is continual updating of MfG on the Fiendish
Games web site (URL at bottom of this mail). This would only extend to
those zines with which I trade (which will hopefully be most of them
soon now I am the Eddie George of the Zine Bank) and would still be done
in fits and starts.
Fiendish Games - makers of Breaking Away, Office Politics, Devil Take The
Hindmost and Traffic Lights
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