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|From the Editor:|
Yes! We Have No Articles
Posted by Andrew Bissell on 10/24, 1:03am
|SOLOists, it's that time again. Each time the article queue dips below ten entries (with almost all submitted by the prolific Mr. Machan), the level of stress hormones in my blood skyrockets. I'd like to keep at least some of my hair until I reach the age of 30, so I'm asking for submissions once again. |
Did you love Serenity and decide you'd like to write a review of it? Are you irked by some new facet of the petty tyranny creeping across the globe? Have you found some funny or insightful new way of introducing friends and acquaintances to Objectivism? Well, here's your chance to have your own scribblings posted and join the Valhalla of writing that is the SOLO Authors List. (Or, if you're already on that list, to be bumped up a notch or two ....) Submit your article today!
A few reminders:
- News links and links to outside articles should be posted as "News Links." In general, we will not run any article that was not submitted by its author, or at least with the author's knowledge and consent.
- Remember to keep your sentences short and taut, with verbs and subjects closely and easily linked, and subordinate phrases kept to a minimum. If you have a few different thoughts floating around, separate them out into distinct sentences or paragraphs, instead of trying to cram them into a sentence whose grammatical diagram would roughly resemble the floor plan of the Labyrinth.
- Feel free to include notes to me or send me SOLOMails if you have any questions or need help with something in particular.
Your submissions are greatly appreciated, and I'm looking forward to reading your next batch of work!
Cheers from the Editor,
P.S. - Just so people don't have to see it in the discussion boards, insert here the obligatory Phil Coates message about how "we would have more articles if only Linz would play nice and not rattle his saber so often."