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Circular magazine - free copies

From: Clive Bruton <clive@typonaut.demon.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 98 15:41:49 +0000
To: <www-font@w3.org>
Message-ID: <1324910626-45113977@battersea.indx.co.uk>
I have a quantity of issues 6 and 7 of Circular magazine, published by 
the Typographic Circle, the details for getting copies are listed below. 
I'm sorry for the short notice, but if they aren't reserved or ordered 
immediately they will go in the trash.

This may be considered an inappropriate post to this list, however, I'd 
rather that and someone gets to enjoy these magazines, than they just get 
trashed.


-- Clive


Please feel free to pass this on to anyone who may be interested:

*********************

We're having a clear out, and several hundred copies of Circular (the =
magazine of the Typographic Circle), issues 6 and 7 need to be found =
homes pretty quickly.

A bunch are going off to various colleges, but that still leaves some =
behind, so if you want a copy here's the deal:

     Send no money!

     Just send an A4 (297 x 210mm) stamped self addressed envelope
     with a request for which issues you want (only one of each issue 
     per request, unless you have a real good excuse)

     to:  Clive Bruton
          Indx Comms Limited
          Second Floor
          7 Soho Square
          London W1V 5DD

     Each issue weighs approximately 170g, please allow enough postage
     for the return (I don't know what will happen if you put =
US/French/
     Chinese stamps on the envelope, and then we put it in a UK post =
box)

     We need to make this as simple as possible, since we're giving =
this
     stuff away, so please help us out.

     If all the copies are gone by the time your mail arrives we'll =
try to
     find you something interesting to send back.


Alternatively, if you don't mind paying;

     We can take credit card numbers, buy stamps, and pack envelopes.
     Unfortunately that all takes time and costs money, not least
     of it commission to the credit card company and bank transfer
     fees, so:

     We will have to charge =A35.00 (GBP5.00) per copy, this will =
cover
     postage anywhere in the European Union, elsewhere add =A31 (GBP) =
per 
     copy.

     You can mail credit card and delivery details to the above =
address
     or fax them to:

          +44 171 544 4700

     make sure they are marked for the attention of Clive Bruton

     We *cannot* take orders via e-mail or phone.

     *NO PERSONAL CALLERS*


Circular is usually only available to members of the Typo Circle, at =
conventions where the Circle has a presence, or via retail outlets =
(cover price =A35 per copy).

Here's a run down of the contents of each issue:


Issue six: 32 pages plus cover

     Interview/Profile of Tiro Typeworks (Pat Baglee)

     Interview/Profile of Colin Brignall - 
          ex-Letraset now at ITC (Dave Farey)
     
     Interview with Alan Fletcher (Robin Richmond)

     Overview of the Diatype setting system (Reg White)

Reviews

     Pirelli Tyre Advertising (Lynne Macintosh)

     Is the art of Type Design Dead - Baines, Berlow, 
          Spiekermann and Carter discuss (Teal Triggs)

     ATypI Barcelona - Into the type Net (Pat Baglee)

     David Carson speaks at Saatchi & Saatchi (Jeremy Leslie)

     The Alphabetic Labyrinth (Ken Wilson)

     Spinning on the Web (Clive Bruton)

     Unseasonal Greetings (Jon Checkley)



Issue seven: 36 pages plus cover

     Chip Kidd (Peter Giradi)

     Michael Twyman (Teal Triggs)

     Jonathon Barnbrook (Jim Davies)

     Phototype (Pat Baglee)

     Are we still only typographers? (Ed Macdonald)

Reviews

     A new way of seeing (Andrea Speidel)

     House of Naylor (John Hill)

     Jan Tschichold - what's it all about (Paul Barnes)

     Andrew Boag (Mack Suber)

     Mind the gap - a rough crossing (Pat Baglee)

     Hochuli and Smeijers books reviewed (Paul Barnes)

     NYC (Rob Sutton)

     Windows on the Digital Future (Nico Macdonald)
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