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    Zoas23 does not have a dedicated chapter, I'm guessing there was some editing, or just recognition for his pre-published contributions?

    Or is his the secret chapter that gets sent separately in an iron locked cover?
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    If alchemy has a huge revival, and becomes really popular, this book could be worth a fortune one day.

    In fact, I think regardless, there will always be alchemists, and this book will most certainly maintain its value, if not increase. Yes, good strategy Dev
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    Quote Originally Posted by elixirmixer View Post
    Zoas23 does not have a dedicated chapter...
    His essay RICHKER is under his real name.


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    ahhhhhhhhhhhh......... Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elixirmixer View Post
    I've just received my copy of Alchemy Forums Anthology.
    Glad the book finally made it there!

    Quote Originally Posted by elixirmixer View Post
    Did you lads pick your own topics?
    We did, but I like to think the essays compliment one another quite nicely. There is a nice subtle theme of "subconscious/lunar/psyche/mercury" throughout.

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    As a side note, the third and final copy available from me at this time has been claimed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dev View Post
    His essay RICHKER is under his real name.
    Yeah, I arrived "late" for the book (I think I arrived 2 weeks before the deadline)... and thus I used a previously written essay, which is the result of what happened when a friend who is a painter created a multimedia work and asked me: "Would you write a review about my work?"...

    And I signed with my real name because "zoas23" means nothing to me, it's quite random and I have some fetishism for books, so I didn't want to sign with a name that is simply an internet nickname.

    What I like about the book is that it is coherent, which is not easy when you have lots of authors who come from very different backgrounds and several of them don't know each other face to face. So I am very glad with the result.

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