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ON CONTACTING AMAZING STORIES

Sad but true, when we moved servers a while ago, our email system for the website broke down.

Owing to this and that, the problem has not been effectively addressed (our apologies).

Today, I am updating the email addresses that can be found here on our INFO page.

If you have sent us a query in the past several months, there is a good chance that we have not seen it.

First, our apologies for seeming to have ignored it.  We didn’t respond, but that was not out of disinterest.

If, as a result of the above, we failed to cover your event, be it book release, convention announcement, reading or something else of a topical nature, we let you down.  We’ve addressed our issues and promise to do better.

It should now be easier, and effective, to contact the appropriate person at the magazine.

Again, our apologies for allowing this to persist for so long.

4 thoughts on "ON CONTACTING AMAZING STORIES"

  1. Steve Fahnestalk says:

    You need autocorrect or something. You said “It should not be easier, and effective, to contact the appropriate person at the magazine.”
    I think you meant “It should NOW be easier, and effective, to contact the appropriate person at the magazine.”
    Amirite?

    1. it was already corrected before you wrote your comment, but thanks for the backup!

      1. You have to share your time machine, Steve! How could it be corrected before I wrote my comment? I wouldn’t have seen it had it been corrected. Timeline: Amazing sends me an automated note that there’s a new item by you: “Thoughts on Contacting Amazing Stories”; and I click on the link. I read the item and note there’s a typo–“not” instead of “now.” I comment.
        But you’ve already corrected it, so how could I read it? Paradox! Woo-hoo! Steve Davidson has a time machine! 🙂

        1. you read the cached version…?

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