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January 9th, 2004
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Webzine
Well, not really. I came downstairs to do some research. I had a vague idea in my mind of getting info on what all is out there, especially what is out there that doesn't pay. I ended up reading half of a story on SciFiction and coming up with this page (mostly gathered from Write-Hemisphere). It's a start, anyway.

I've been noodling over the idea of naming the webzine Fantasia, in honor of the now-defunct Compendium. But I dunno. Still more noodling to do.

And I've given some thought to paying a token amount for stories, just to have it be a paying market instead of a non-paying one. Dunno if that means I'd have to do contracts and all that (dunno if I'd have to do contracts and all that for non-paying, either, for that matter). More thought and research on that one.

Okay, time to go watch Simpsons. And then maybe I'll start on Last Call. I finished the BattleTech trilogy today. Neato. I need to dig up some more BattleTech books. And I want to play some BattleTech or other miniatures combat. Getting in that kind of tactical exercise would be good.

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From:zzbottom
Date:January 9th, 2004 09:52 pm (UTC)
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It might be worth researching whether Disney actually owns the rights to the word "Fantasia" or not. They can be tricky like that. I think that a contract is definitely a thing to do if you're publishing other peoples' work, though.
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From:queue
Date:January 10th, 2004 06:30 am (UTC)
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Could they really own the rights to a real word? I mean, I know I probably couldn't come out with a movie with that title, but a webzine? Hmm. I'll see what I can dig up. I could also just use the root word "phantasia."
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