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> AAEurope post-convention magazine - still open for contributions
Groundsplitter
post 23 December 2011, 22:29
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Merry Christmas Transformers fans!

As you may have noticed, the Auto Assembly Europe post-convention hasn't been published yet - due to illnesses and real-life obligations we have had to postpone work on magazine for a while - but we're aiming to put it together next weekend, during the New Year holidays.

As we have mentioned earlier, the magazine will feature articles, convention reports and photos, the three fanfics that participated in our fanfic competition, artwork and other material. If you're a resident of the Nordic countries and find that you have some free time during the Christmas holiday, why not take the opportunity to send in something for the magazine? We're still looking for stuff to fill up the magazine with!

If you're interested in contributing, send your artwork, fanfics, photo comics or whatever you want to publish to groundsplitter@autoassemblyeurope.eu before or on December 29!


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