This is going to sound really pathetic and needy, but when some of you are done going through the latest Inception
(I realize, it probably will take a while), could you let me know what you think? Often I will put around a week of free time (and a marathon night session) into producing it and only maybe one person will say anything. I *know* people enjoy it, but it's rare anybody says so, and sometimes, I dunno, I wish they would. Not even say something about MY work, mind you, but about the stuff that's in it, like the artists, articles, etc.
Naturally, *as* I was writing this post, I received the following email from regular Inception contributor Amy Harlib: "Wow - terrific issue! The con reports are so good for folks like me who can never go and must get their experiences vicariously. Loved the whole thing, as usual and am glad to be a part of Inception. Thanks, vibes and hugs, Amy." Awww, that Amy is ever-reliable; that "one comment" usually is from her.