Paladin of the Pegasos
Posts: 1395 from 2012/11/10
From: Manchester, UK/GB
Amiga Future are always interested in new contributions for the magazine, whichever variant of Amiga it might be, so if there is anyone interested in offering an interesting article for insertion in the magazine, be that for AROS or Amiga Classic/OS4 or our favourite MorphOS, and even some tenuous link(s) to the Amiga platform sometime get a 'window of opportunity' as well, then send an e-mail via the following page Contact = Andreas Magerl (Chief Editor)
at Amiga Future
Andreas is usually prepared to listen to any good ideas, or read a submitted text version for an article. If he thinks it is worthy of addition into the magazine as a one-off, or as an item for addition into further issues then he will let you know, and you may become a more permanent member of the AF magazine staff . . . you never know.
That means anyone can offer an idea, that also includes any reader of the magazine, and that idea can be followed up, if necessary, by an AF magazine staff member to put together an interesting article for the magazine, if enough information can be gleaned or is already known to staff, or the contributor to do so.
We are all part of the Amiga Community. That, as far as I am aware, is the stance of the team/editorial staff at Amiga Future, and that's the way I feel it should be. The magazine needs good ideas, and is continuously willing to improve with anyone's help.
Got a good idea - then share it - you know where! Contact = Andreas Magerl (Chief Editor)
at Amiga Future
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