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    Question Apogee Publishing

    Hello all here:


    I had a good thing going with this E-publisher, then I lost touch with the man who ran it because I could no longer be sure he was receiving any of my E-mails. I never received any replies to them.


    Has anyone here dealt with this publisher before? Am I not alone in being frustrated by non-response?


    Thanks.


    Edward

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    Why don't you call or write a letter??

    Bill Frederick, Publisher
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    Thanks. I would call out if I could. I can't, though. I'll try writing a letter.


    Edward
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    Does this belong in the Paying Markets? Pity if another local publisher went under.

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    It's a good question, Kristin. I don't know if ApogeePublishing.com is still a paying market, though. Going with gut instinct in that I still see updates to the website's RSS blog once in a while.


    Edward

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    This might be best posted in Bewares and Background checks. You'd probably have better luck with responses there, or there might be a thread already existing.
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    Moving to Bewares & Background Checks, as this thread isn't advertising an actual paying market.
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    http://www.apogeepublishing.com/getpublished.html

    Looks defunct.

    RSS feeds are automated. Per the website, they haven't updated since 9/05.
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    http://www.apogeepublishing.com

    As of 3/13, resurrected by a Michael Rectenwald. Primarily a self-publishing operation, so far.
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    Gone again. How anti-climatic.
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