Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million
ellenmillion

EMG-Zine stuff, mostly.

Thanksgiving has been very nice. Frustrating at points - especially with the whole breaking of EMG-Zine, and we won't talk about the hours resetting my router settings because the new receiver thought I REALLY, REALLY wanted network security* - but nice.

EMG-Zine is working fully again, and is actually much improved; I've got autoformatting on the articles now, so we don't have to add p tags to everything.

A notice that if you've ever considered a subscription to EMG-Zine, this is a GREAT time. $40 gets you a copy of the 2007 anthology (90 pages chock full of business and art advice - 3 walkthroughs, 25 articles, packed into one gorgeous book), a year's subscription, a year of advertising, and, if you order before January 1, you get December for free! A serious deal for $40, and you can purchase it for someone else. Makes a great holiday gift! http://emg-zine.com/sponsors.php




Cover artwork by the amazing Jessica Douglas!


/advertising.

Tomorrow is the last day to submit 'ox' (or cow) themed work for January! http://emg-zine.com/submitart.php





*I live miles away from anyone. If someone wants to drive to my house or ski in from the forest to steal my Internet, they are welcome to.
Tags: anthology, emg-zine
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