A NOTE FROM JIM & MELODY
last updated April 1, 2017
We're three steps closer to this poor old computer collapsing.
When it dies, we won't be able to update the website in any way until
we buy and master a new computer with totally different programs than the
vintage ones we use.
Catherine Siebert won't have access to the fanzines
she's selling until who knows when, having been forced to put them into
inaccesible storage until work on her apartment is completed... sometime
We are selling at more and more science fiction conventions,
movie memorabilia shows, comic book conventions, toy shows, etc., partly
because more and more of them are springing up within easy driving distance
of us. Too many, really, and we cannot do them all, nor can we get
into all the ones we want to. Some, frankly, are just way too expensive
for the table space. And we're finally getting some of these fine collectibles
listed on Ebay. But it is still coming in faster than it is going out.
Typos,. typos, typos... Maybe we should have a
contest for spot-the-typos. Besides fingers flying fast and tripping
over the keyboard, we've discovered the computer itself managed to inject
some, and its spell check has become a bit wobbly. We should offer
a 5¢ per typo deduction from your order for the first time one is reported,
but we're afraid someone will easily manage to get $20.00 off an order. Maybe
--Jim & Melody
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WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
Over the years a number of people we've sold for
have moved without leaving us a forwarding address. Any clue where
these people live now? Thank you, all of you who helped with a few
LAST KNOWN CITY
Laura G. Cluney
Nancy E. Hildebrand Arvada
Tamara Pickenpaugh Cuyahoga Falls
Laura K. Wynne