Permaculture Activist, Deadlines, and etc.

keller ak.and.ak at on-line.de
Mon Dec 31 14:47:38 EST 2001


Hi Keith,

is there any regional limit for the Activist? I mean are you limited to the Americas or would you also publish something from Africa.

I just identified (after some detective work on the internet) some permaculturist in Cameroon. They were hard to find because they have no website yet and had never posted anything anywhere. I am now in email contact with them. I don't know, but they might be interested in writing about their work or at least introducing themselves. Don't know if that could be interesting for the Activist, but it could fit the topic "Making Changes" (about geting pc started in that country). I am also working on little a project there (organizing a pc course in Cameroon) but that is in too early a stage now to write about it (requires some fundraising first).

Greetings and Happy new Year
Adreas Keller
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Keith Johnson 
  To: permaculture 
  Sent: Monday, December 31, 2001 5:05 AM
  Subject: Re: Permaculture Activist, Deadlines, and etc.


  Hi Kevin, Jamil, et.al,, 
  We're happy to take look at articles. Our themes and deadlines are printed in each issue of the Activist on the editorial page (though the thought occurs to me, I should also put it on the website), but if you haven't a copy handy, here's what we printed: #48 Making Changes (on political and social activism, regional development projects, etc.), deadline, Jan 30, 2002. Further themes and deadlines have yet to be determined. 

  Please be patient everyone. You haven't missed an issue. 

  Due to major ecovillage infrastructure projects (a 700 ft road up an 80ft hill to a 10,000 gallon ferrocement watertank for which Peter and I were project managers), the madness of 9/11, and trying to work on the magazine (mostly Peter with a little help from me) in the middle of a construction zone (a heat-piped slab floor with a tongue and groove maple floor soon to host a week-long community revisioning marathon a week from now) in our community center (our offices are still under construction and could be habitable by winter 2002) issue #47, on Watersheds, is way behind schedule. It should reach subscribers by mid or late Feb. The #48 deadline will probably be extended to March so you have plenty of time to get your story together. 
  Keith 

  Kevin Snorf wrote: 

    Hello- 
    I was potentially interested in starting to submit articles if you were 
    interested. If you could let me know when deadlines are and what topics are 
    for upcoming issues that would be great. I just had two articles published 
    in the hopedance issue on permaculture which recently came out. I was 
    considering expanding those articles and submitting those to the activist. 
    Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks, 
    Kevin Snorf
  ---
  You are currently subscribed to permaculture as: ak.and.ak at on-line.de
  To unsubscribe send a blank email to leave-permaculture at franklin.oit.unc.edu
  Get the list FAQ at: http://www.ibiblio.org/ecolandtech/documents/permaculture.faq 
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: http://lists.ibiblio.org/mailman/private/permaculture/attachments/20011231/4f9d51e2/attachment.html 


More information about the permaculture mailing list