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RE: Well, today.../ Midwest Gardening

Don't really know Gene... but if I was to hazard a guess, they are probably
keeping costs down till the subscription revenue starts coming in....If it
becomes an established magazine, I would definitely give it another shot for
an article or three....


> Hello Donna,
>     I, too, knew about Midwest gardening going to hit the stands for some
> time before it actually happened. I contacted Greg and Sue, actually made
> a
> point to introduce myself at a conference where Greg was speaking. Wanted
> to
> get in on writing an article and/or supplying slides. After all I do
> garden
> in the middle of the area the magazine covers. Reaction has been quite
> cool
> and no follow-up contacts from them, so at this point does not look as
> though they are interested in paying outsiders. .. or they have plenty
> lined
> up for some time to come. They do call and want me to advertise in the
> magazine.
>     I heard him make a comment about Midwest Gardening going to be a
> "man's
> " magazine without all the frilliest and fluff, more substance.... thus
> far
> looks as though someone else has a voice in the publication. I have not
> subscribed as of yet. Not different enough to warrant another subscription
> coming to the mailbox.
>     Gene E. Bush
> Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
> www.munchkinnursery.com
> genebush@munchkinnursery.com
> Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

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