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Requesting Submissions for Sevagram Site

All of the covers and most of the items appearing on the old Earthlink A.E. van Vogt website were done by myself. Most of this was due to the severe lack of hosting space and my very limited web-designing skills. Now, however, I have unlimited web space, and am using a much more modern array of web technologies. These two factors together make it much, much easier to add new material and update existing pages. So I’m taking this opportunity to ask for you to submit material for the A.E. van Vogt Sevagram site on Icshi.net.

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Icshi.net Update — Oct 1st, 2011

New material has been added to the Sevagram site (A.E. van Vogt):

— The Summaries section is now online.

— Four Reviews have been added

(see below for full details)

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Sevagram: The New A.E. van Vogt Website

The old version of my A.E. van Vogt website hosted on Earthlink (called Icshi: The A.E. van Vogt Information Site, at the URL http://www.home.earthlink.net/~icshi/) has now been taken down and will no longer be accessible. It has been replaced with the new website Sevagram, hosted on my own domain of Icshi.net.

Sevagram: A.E. van Vogt

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Announcing the Launch of Icshi.net

Most of you are already aware of my A.E. van Vogt website at www.home.earthlink.net/~icshi/, called Icshi: The A.E. van Vogt Information Site. Most of you will also be aware that it will be taken down fairly soon, probably by the end of July in a few weeks’ time.

I do however have a new site with its own domain name, www.icshi.net. It will feature several sections on different topics, most of them science fiction. At the moment only the new Doctor Who-related Virgin Territory section is online. This section deals with the Who books published by Virgin Publishing during the 1990s — including the New Adventures, the Missing Adventures, the Bernice Summerfield series, and the Decalog anthologies — and is copiously illustrated with huge, high-quality scans. By the end of July I hope to have most of the old A.E. van Vogt site modernized. This new van Vogt site will be called Sevagram.

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