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Starting… well, starting now, our web site (www.ink19.com) will sport a new section, Flash 19. Flash 19 will collect and sort through the spew of press releases we receive daily, and post the most interesting or useful. Updates should happen frequently, if not daily, courtesy of our Emperor of Letters, James Mann. We’re fairly excited about this over here at the Ink 19 dungeon — this is the first of several steps intended to make our website something worth checking out frequently, and not only does it allow us to pass on a lot of the information which we receive but simply can’t fit in print, but it lets us do it in a timely fashion, something not easy to do with our monthly publication schedule.

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