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da gooch

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Re: Outlaw Trail
« Reply #270 on: March 17, 2009, 08:01:38 pm »

Its been a year since anything has been posted here......Is there a book? If so where to find it?
There are some talented people on here.
Technically I don't think it's an Outlaw Trail book, but Symbols Flow did get Lulu-published and is still available.  Great stuff, too.
Symbols Flow is very truly "Great Stuff".
Written by one of our own George Potter.

However MsSage .... Joel has apparently forgotten to put in his own "shameless plug" so in the spirit of helpfulness [commonly called buttinskiness] I will add this.

First you should know that Joel is a very good writer in his own right.
Second he is a long time TCF/TMM gadfly er member and he has created his own blog.

{From His blog "The Ultimate Answer To Kings" }

Shameless Plug Time

While you're here,
God said to tell you that
he wants you to buy the
following books immediately.


The Scroll of Jeremiah

The Last Faithful Man

Walt's Gulch

Songs of Bad Men and Good

All of which are by our own Joel Simon [so you'll have the name to use for searching on Lulu] and are available at Lulu.com as well.

Did I mention that I have and have read all of the above and DO heartily recommend them to you ?
I Do so now If I did not before..
Also ....
I just ordered and received notice from Lulu that the Cookbook is still available and my very own personal [no it does not leave the house sorry] copy is being shipped as we speak.  Yay !

So-o-o .... Yes there is a book [several as noted] but Outlaw Trail is sort of back to being GP's project .... I think ?

George are you following this ?  Is Outlaw Trail still up and going ?  Joel ?  Is Pagan still around ?


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Re: Outlaw Trail
« Reply #271 on: March 17, 2009, 08:14:50 pm »

Thanks, Gooch. Yours is clearer than mine, but since i wrote it...


Both are fine writers, have good short stories here, and are pub'ed at Lulu.

The Best Of Joel Simon « 1 2 » "Joel" as poster here.
The Best of George Potter  « 1 2 ... 6 7 » Uses several nyms here.

Hardyville for Claire Wolfe, our TADGOF, but still a fine writer.

For refs/bkrd, see [wiki]Wolfekipedia[/wiki].
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Re: Outlaw Trail
« Reply #272 on: March 17, 2009, 08:31:04 pm »

Thanks for the links Junker.

There ya go MsSage.

I'll butt-Out-ski now.

See ya around.

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Re: Outlaw Trail
« Reply #273 on: March 18, 2009, 03:33:26 am »

I just ordered and received notice from Lulu that the Cookbook is still available and my very own personal [no it does not leave the house sorry] copy is being shipped as we speak.  Yay !

I warn you.  The cover art contains blatant references to this forum and has subversive subject matter front and center on it.  I can't be held responsible for any actions you may or may not take once exposed.

 
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Re: Outlaw Trail
« Reply #274 on: March 18, 2009, 08:54:22 am »

              WHAT  !


Oh .... That ....
That's no Problem Thunder.
I have some pretty nice photos of the "Secret Survival Food" that I can use to cover the
Tw  er other item.

Now I have to save the pennies I find for an oven.
I'm thinking a solar oven is probably best for me.
[Cheapest to operate over the long run .... and I live, by choice, in the sunbelt]

{He turns and walks back toward his "cave" ....}  squeak, squeak, squeak

Oh BTW ....
Was there an "official" answer about Outlaw Trail ?
More or Less adrift ?
In the middle of a hiatus ?
Just curious ....
I don't mind using Lulu BUT I sure would support an Independent Publisher such as OT. [At least as much as I can ....]

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Re: Outlaw Trail
« Reply #275 on: March 19, 2009, 01:47:23 pm »

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Was there an "official" answer about Outlaw Trail ?

Listen up.. this is about as official as I get...  :rolleyes:

Pagan and I tried to find a way that OT would work and offer protection to the people running it as well as anyone who wanted to publish through it with minimal to no exposure.  Unfortunately, we did not come up with a solution to the problems.  Since neither one of us was a fountain of cash, we decided to move on to other things.  Since Pagan isn't here anymore and I have no interest at this time if someone else wants to do it, feel free.
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Re: Outlaw Trail
« Reply #276 on: March 19, 2009, 10:54:52 pm »

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Was there an "official" answer about Outlaw Trail ?

Listen up.. this is about as official as I get...  :rolleyes:

Pagan and I tried to find a way that OT would work and offer protection to the people running it as well as anyone who wanted to publish through it with minimal to no exposure.  Unfortunately, we did not come up with a solution to the problems.  Since neither one of us was a fountain of cash, we decided to move on to other things.  Since Pagan isn't here anymore and I have no interest at this time if someone else wants to do it, feel free.

Thanks Dare2.

I hope I didn't ruffle any feathers there.  I sure didn't mean to .... If I did.
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Re: Outlaw Trail
« Reply #277 on: March 20, 2009, 06:56:40 am »

Sorry gooch. No ruffled feathers here... apparently just my poor attempt at humor.  I'm going back to my dungeon now  :lurk:
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Re: Outlaw Trail
« Reply #278 on: March 28, 2010, 10:57:27 pm »

Just curious what the final logo for Outlaw Trail books looked like, the original links point to a non-active domain. I actually read through all 19 pages and can appreciate the enthusiasm, ability, and plain hard work that went into the attempt to develop a formal movement imprimatur. Who knows, there are a myriad of possibilities and maybe some day some thing will still evolve from the original vision.

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Re: Outlaw Trail
« Reply #279 on: April 02, 2010, 09:58:19 pm »

Just curious what the final logo for Outlaw Trail books looked like, the original links point to a non-active domain. I actually read through all 19 pages and can appreciate the enthusiasm, ability, and plain hard work that went into the attempt to develop a formal movement imprimatur. Who knows, there are a myriad of possibilities and maybe some day some thing will still evolve from the original vision.

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Well, it is what it is, Outlaw Trail just never got off of the ground, I will say that the Writer's Block forum has some wonderfully rich prose and is very well read, but translating that to a business model just failed to launch.
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