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Offline PaulC44446

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Feature story illustration
« on: October 27, 2005, 09:16:25 PM »
I just recently did the illustration for the feature story of the debut issue of Moonlit-Path. Here's a couple of links.

This one links to their art section where the illustration is in color:

http://www.moonlit-path.com/art-10-24-05.htm

This one links to the illustration in BW along with the story:

http://www.moonlit-path.com/wright-10-24-05.htm

The writer that wrote this feature story will also have a story in the Halloween issue of Cemetary Dance Magazine.

Just finished 4 illustrations for the upcoming issue of the print magazine by WNRC also.

Paul

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Re: Feature story illustration
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2005, 09:05:39 AM »
It was sad news that WNRC wasn't going to print anymore.  Apparently Terri has not had enough interest to make it worth while.  I have a story that Paul illustrated that was going to be in print, entitled, "Tell the Children."  It will be online though, do you all know the link to WNRC?  Its Writer's Nook and Reader's Corner, (for those that didn't know what WNRC stands for) and it's at http://www.tavonreiman.net/ Paul and I have some stories online over there too.  Mine are "Death Passes Us All, and a contest story, well, 2 contest stories, go see. lol.  Oh, and Paul has a book interview over there about his book, "Inside the Insane" but it's listed under a review of my book.  Click on "Child of an Alcoholic to Daughter of the King" and there is Paul.  I'm on staff over there as PR...
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Re: Feature story illustration
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2005, 09:16:42 AM »
I have to say I found the WNRC website to be busy and difficult to navigate.  :scratch: I know it takes time to learn a "new place," but if it's hard to find stuff (like I couldn't find your material, Chris), then that's a problem to me and at least another 10 people (from a marketing perspective).
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Re: Feature story illustration
« Reply #3 on: December 23, 2005, 01:37:15 PM »
Must admit, I've just had a look and couldn't find it either, Chris, sorry :scratch:
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Re: Feature story illustration
« Reply #4 on: December 23, 2005, 02:19:04 PM »
I quickly scooted over to WNRC and look what I found:

http://www.tavonreiman.net/stories.html

There are stories here by Paul & Chris!
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Re: Feature story illustration
« Reply #5 on: December 23, 2005, 03:38:19 PM »
I quickly scooted over to WNRC and look what I found:

http://www.tavonreiman.net/stories.html

There are stories here by Paul & Chris!

Yeah, I saw that, but I was looking for the one called 'Child of an Alcoholic to Daughter of the King' - but I guess that would be in the book section, wouldn't it? :sthumb:
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Re: Feature story illustration
« Reply #6 on: December 23, 2005, 05:43:38 PM »
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Re: Feature story illustration
« Reply #7 on: December 24, 2005, 12:25:22 AM »
You do have a point about WNRC, I started out with the same site builder - still use it for my bikrpreacher site and it's almost impossible to get things looking like a professional site, glad I'm not using it for Static Movement.  The review for Paul should have his own heading too...I don't know why that's not fixed yet either.  I think Paul will have a story in the ezine part of that as well as me, we've followed eachother quite a bit since meeting in publishing our work. 
Did any of you ever go over to Ragged Edge Publishing, the ezine?  They (the owners) dissapeared, but I just wondered if any of you ever saw that site, they connected with WNRC through the message board over at WNRC.  That was a nice zine.


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