It's a pretty good issue, if I say so myself, with articles by Terry Carr, Ted White, Dave Locke, and Chris Pierson. I do my Ten-Second Reviews as well as some additional shameless promos. We have six pages of LoCs and some great feedback.
Thank you for all your patience in waiting for this second issue, and here's to hoping that issue #3 won't take nearly so long. I'm packing up for Torcon with issues in hand, and hope to hustle for contributions so I can get issue #3 out before next year. If anyone has anything to contribute--don't be shy! If you contributed something that got lost due to the Great Computer Tragedies of 2002, please try again.
Those folks who have sent in a couple of bucks or a fanzine in exchange for a copy of SOH#1 but did not receive anything should contact me again so I can send issues #1 and #2 in my next round of mailing. For folks who don't need deadtree versions, I urge you to be kind to my miniscule postage budget and download either the screen-resolution or printer-resolution versions here. Thanks!
CALL FOR FAN ARTISTSOne thing I am woefully short on is fan art. If you're interested in contributing artwork to SoH, drop me a line at email@example.com.
Sleight of Hand Issue #1 is still available as a screen-resolution PDF filehere.
And of course fan art would be greatly appreciated. New or old--any kind. Right now I'm just thinking of illos to drop into the fanzine, but if there is a fan artist out there interested in doing some article headers, that'd be great! Just contact me.
If you've been involved in fandom for one year or seventy, Sleight of Hand is a place to bring it all together. Sometimes one hears talk about the fragmentation of fandom. There are thousands of fans who have been involved in fandom for decades, and many more thousands who don't even realize that there is a lot of history behind fandom.
Contributions can be e-mailed to me at firstname.lastname@example.org (art submissions should be around 300 dpi, if it's not, I'll make do) or snail-mailed at John Teehan, 499 Douglas Ave., Providence, RI 02908.
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