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PUBLISHED BY. Mr. Ashwini Singh Bisht, Principal. On Behalf of. HERMANN GMEINER SCHOOL, BHIMTAL. School Magazine: Prayas. 1. English school magazine of Business Academy, Topoľčany, a bit later Foreign Languages, where nearly 50 students of our school had the. It is a matter of great pleasure that Army Public School Ratnuchak is bringing out this edition of School Magazine 'Sabre Cradle '. Army Public.
We're launching Broadsword Magazine with options for advertisers, too! Just like the old RPG magazines, we plan on doing some throwback ads both on the rear and interior covers, as well as four pages at the rear of the magazine, and a center insert with smaller ads kinda like a "trading post". What's a throwback ad? Black-and-white, artwork of questionable integrity, etc.
You may even reference your fancy, new fangled world-wide-web webpage on the interwebs. Even though these "website" things sound like a fad. What do ads cost? Ad prices are fixed right now, meaning no matter how many people jump on this Kickstarter, we're going to keep the rate the same for the first issue. That means your ad could be seen by thousands of qualified shoppers for an extremely low rate cheaper than newspaper ads, but with a more targeted marketing.
For those who are worried about too many ads, don't worry. These ads are mostly for fun to add to the old school vibe. The kitschier, the better! These advertisements will be printed on the back of the magazine cover and on the interior covers just like in the old school magazines.
Plus, you get one month of advertising on DMDave. These advertisements will appear in the back of the magazine on the last 4 pages. These small ads will appear throughout the magazine, again adding to the "old school vibe" of Broadsword. Plus, you get 8, impressions on DMDave.
Plus, all advertisers get a PDF copy and physical of Broadsword 1! Even if you don't have a business, you can use the ad to say thanks! Or give a shoutout to somebody you love, or even propose to JD Russell. Ad-Ons for Additional Issues Some of you have expressed interest in getting both an add and the full subscription plan. Here's how you can do it: 1 Select the advertising plan that you want to do. For details on how to do all this, here's a guide for add-ons: How to Do Add-Ons So who are the creative nut jobs behind this incredible project?
Here are the folks involved in the creation of Broadsword Magazine: Justin David Russell Epic Werkes Studios , Artist and Creator is also a grognard roleplayer, having played just as long if not longer. He's the creator of the The Forsaken Peak adventure path's setting, the illustrator of all the maps, interior artwork, and cover illustrations for Broadsword magazine.
He's one of the hardest working illustrators in the roleplaying world today. You can see his artwork above. He's also a full time writer and author, business owner, and game designer. He's the guy that maintains DMDave. This isn't his first rodeo, either.
He's owned an site business for four years as well as multiple digital media sites and has countless contacts in both the game and product fulfillment industry. Still not sold? Check out what folks have to say about our content: "Amazing content and takes into careful consideration all mechanics and lore surrounding not just 5e but prior editions. Good ideas and monster creation. Always looking for 5e adventures done in the vein of old Dungeon Magazine.
Did I say yes? Yes I did. I am just a print kind of guy, PDFs don't do it for me. I was a very long-time subscriber to Dragon, Dungeon, and Kobold Quarterly so this is exactly what I've been waiting for!
We've sourced the costs with manufacturers and they're just waiting for our final art. The only thing missing are the commissions and backer elements as well as any necessary adjustments from playtesting. All of the interior cartography is completed as well as is the cover art and most of the interior art. However, there's still a little work to do in art, adding in any extra details, playtesting, editing, and development, not to mention layouts and final designs.
However, Dave Hamrick, the lead designer has been a professional game and product designer and fulfillment specialist for four years. Plus, he has multiple contacts in the book industry and China and a printer is already lined up with deposits pre-placed.
In addition, he's working closely with veterans of Kickstarter projects, with over 5 projects between them. Finally, he writes for a company that specializes in product development and design with over employees. All of these experts are assisting in consultation on the product to ensure success of the Kickstarter itself and its subsequent fulfillment.
Plus, we're giving ourselves months before the first issue to create the first six issues' worth of content. Any hiccups in transport, content creation, etc. If the magazine ends for any reason, any outstanding fees will be returned to subscribers in a pro-rated format.
There are no additional projects on the table. This is it.
Nothing to get in the way or screw up logistics. We require no external review or approval from other companies to make this magazine happen, and we've been working on it long enough to see it is coming together well. International School magazine is written by staff in international schools for staff in international schools. Editors Mary Hayden and Jeff Thompson are happy to listen to all editorial ideas, whether they come from teachers, support staff, Heads, governors — anyone with an involvement in this vibrant and exciting sector.
We also welcome submissions of brief news articles, telling the wonderful stories of achievement and creative learning that go on every day. We are also very keen to receive photos either to accompany your article or standalone, although please do ensure that you have all the necessary permissions for the photos. What's going on in international schools. Read the latest issue here eZine Read it PDF Download it is magazine reflects the diversity and professionalism of international educators; written by teachers and administrators of international schools, it is published three times a year and received by schools in countries, catering for students aged two to 19 years.
Archive IS Magazine PDFs Just click on the links to read each issue. Media Pack International School magazine is an ideal platform for organisations to reach out to decision makers in over international schools. Guidelines for submission International School magazine is written by staff in international schools for staff in international schools. If you have an idea for an editorial article for International School magazine, please email the editors via editor is-mag.
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