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Them bones them bones

15/03/2005. Contributed by Jessica Martin

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Talebones asks some of its subscribers to re-send their details after a nasty computer crash.

This just in from Patrick Swenson over at the excellent fiction magazine Talebones.

"It's a long story, but due to a very malicious computer crash, a very important file was lost: the Talebones subscription database. This is the worst possible setback."

"A search for a different backup turned up empty except for one dated late 2002! And so the plea: if you are a Talebones subscriber (or perhaps your subscription had expired recently but you hadn't renewed), or a reviewer, editor or publisher in the field who has been receiving the magazine, please email me at info@talebones.com (or info@fairwoodpress.com) with your current mailing address and subscription information. If you're not sure where you stand, we will work out something mutually agreeable to all.

"Thanks for your patience, and for attending to this matter. Even if you're not a subscriber yourself, if you know of anyone else who might be, please let them know."

More details and the magazine itself over at http://www.talebones.com/

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