STOP THE PRESSES!
Yes, that's what we did; we stopped the presses and you
haven't gotten an issue of The GLyph in its black-and-white-paper-and-ink
form since, oh, somewhere around the Truman administration.
However, we dusted off and breathed new life into the
issue that was in progress just in time to distribute at the October 7
GLC chapter meeting in Columbus. Don't you wish you were there to get this
collection of articles and features, some of which are over a year old?
Don't worry, if you weren't on hand, you still have options.
1) Since this issue isn't time-critical, we won't be doing a mass-mailing to our members. Instead, we'll
distribute it to members at meetings or NCS-related events. So, you'll
get your copy sooner or later.
2) If you are a GLC member and prefer to have your
copy sooner rather than later, drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org,
and it will be on your way via first class mail. We'll also automatically
be sending copies to certain members who have been wise enough not to buy
into this whole computer/Internet/cyberspace thing.
3) Member or not, you can read it right now, on
your own computer. It's available via free downloabable .pdf at the link
on this page.
This issue is a cursory look at the chapter's activities
from the past year or so, including: The Reuben weekend in Scottsdale,
Arizona; the chapter's visits to VA Hospitals in Cleveland and Dayton;
chapter meetings in Columbus and Cambridge, Ohio; photos from Mid-Ohio
Con and other events.
Also: An interview with Dan Davis about his work
on the Alley Oop comic book; a Sketch Pad feature starring
Jim Allen; Ed Black's special feature on Katy Keene's Bill
Woggon; funny exclusive drawings by Roy Doty and Daryll Collins;
a plea for you to order merchandise from the GLyph Store. And more!
DOWNLOAD NOW from this link:
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You'll need Adobe Acrobat or some other reader to make
sense of it. It's probably on your computer already, but if not, download
the nefarious device from the Adobe link above.
Also, if you missed the previous print issues of The
GLyph, here they are as well: