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General Category => N Gauge Society => Topic started by: Railwaygun on May 23, 2019, 02:48:47 PM

Title: Latest NGS Journal - 3/19
Post by: Railwaygun on May 23, 2019, 02:48:47 PM
Graham Hedges’ last bumper fun pack

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Title: Re: Latest NGF Journal
Post by: Thorpe Parva on May 23, 2019, 02:55:27 PM
Mine arrived today and looks to be another excellent edition.
Title: Re: Latest NGF Journal
Post by: honestjudge on May 23, 2019, 05:06:31 PM
Had a quick flick through this morning and looking forward to digesting the contents at a more leisurely pace.
Title: Re: Latest NGF Journal
Post by: The Q on May 23, 2019, 05:41:20 PM
just got home to find it sat waiting for me,  will. read it later as din dins is about to arrive..
Title: Re: Latest NGF Journal - 3/19
Post by: Bealman on June 05, 2019, 12:28:29 PM
Can I just ask a question?

Why are we subject to Richard Hayes' life story for almost two pages?

Definitely short of material!

Edit: This article is in 2/19, not 3/19. Apologies.
Title: Re: Latest NGF Journal - 3/19
Post by: NeMo on June 05, 2019, 01:13:25 PM
Definitely short of material!

Promise you that will not be a problem for the next issue! We've comfortably filled 4/19 with stuff submitted by members (nothing from the Editor bar his editorial) and we've got a fair amount already for 5/19.

But, and I will keep saying this, if people want to submit articles, long or short, please get in touch! Just PM me here, and we can take it from there. Experience of writing is absolutely not a requirement, and I'm deliberately trying to define the Editor's role as less about submitting content, and more about helping members get their articles and photos in the Journal.

Cheers, NeMo
Title: Re: Latest NGF Journal - 3/19
Post by: red_death on June 05, 2019, 01:52:36 PM
about helping members get their articles and photos in the Journal.


Glad to hear that you've got plenty of material to get you started - transitions from one editor to another can sometimes be the trickiest time so I'm really pleased to hear that you have material.

I think your aim of helping members get their material in the Journal is laudable as well, my only caveat is you will inevitably have to make a decision about quality (not just quality of the modelling, but things like quality of images).

Good luck!

Mike