At a local con one year (Origins, not small nut gigantic) some vampire LARPers starting jumping up and down in an elevator belonging to a historic hotel and jammed it.
It's not an amazing story, but is the worst I have. Mostly, LARPs are just eh. Boffer LARPs doubly so.
Wife and I have been watching this Turkish soap opera called Muhteşem Yüzyıl (Magnificent Century). It is about the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent.
His wife, Hurrem, is played by Meryem Uzerli.
She definitely has some Vica Kerekes thing going on...
But it wouldn't be a gamble if there weren't some degree of risk. :)
I represent all sorts of parties, and do insurance defense work as well. Where there is risk, there is always a warning. Here, there's a huge warning. It's hard to become a professor if you don't have the right practical experience, and fellowships and practicum work will not cut it. At least, in my opinion.
Judging from my professors, I'll bet a lot of them got their positions after fellowships and practicum work.
Glad to help. Just don't rush the process and don't be afraid to get multiple opinions.
One last thing: check the publishing info prineed on the title page (the page that has the title of the story). There should be a block of small-font text at the bottom listing the book title, volume #, issue #, publisher's address, etc. If it's a reprint or a printing other than the first printing, it will say so down there.
Sjögren: [...] Personally I look forward to see how the metaplot will connect all the great IPs from Vampire to Werewolf, Mages and Changelings and see that evolve over time without diluting the individual strengths of the very different games. But I’m actually most excited about learning more about the live action aspect of the IP which, even though I am well aware of the phenomena (it’s a pretty big deal in Sweden right now) have never before fully participated in.
Looks like people who like the nWoD system and oWoD metaplot-stuff will be getting something closer to what they like.
I'll definitely have to re-check out DeviantArt prints and such. I've heard mixed reviews about all that.
A coworker did suggest I list my prints (if they do this) on the new Amazon Handmade website, and keep my special orders on Etsy. Might look into that, too. Amazon Handmade looks like it has a lot of potential for exposure, too.
Probably should have preambled my original post with : I'm looking to sell my own artwork somewhere, other than just on Etsy.
I've noticed a lot of artists sell their stuff so cheap, too. How the hell does anyone make a living off of this? No wonder there's the stereotype of a starving artist. Crazy people.
Anyhoo... Thanks again! And thanks for reminding me about the DeviantArt prints! =D