Re: Author frustration.

From: Jim Strain ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/15/05-09:01:55 AM Z
Message-id: <002501c4fb13$28667450$0200a8c0@your939tqgi62r>

Judy: I was on the list in the early days and do remember. With any luck,
we're getting better. On your other point, Matt or Martha, but for her
fame, I do not believe she would be in jail. Too bad when her "crime" is
lying about something that turned out not to be criminal. Jim

----- Original Message -----
From: "Judy Seigel" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, January 14, 2005 4:23 PM
Subject: Re: Author frustration.

> On Fri, 14 Jan 2005, Jim Strain wrote:
>> Odd. I had pretty good experiences with Mike. Quick responses and
>> pretty quick publication no my two articles. Jim
> I had a quick response too -- a savage attack for my daring to suggest in
> a most adorable (and in fact complimentary) letter to the editor that
> there were errors in Phil Davis's article(s) on gum printing. Tho in the
> next breath he invited me to write an article on the topic myself.
> However, this, too was laced with insults, while calling *me* "reflexively
> nasty." I couldn't help observing that so far as I knew, up to that
> moment, I'd never seen an article by a woman in the publication, except
> maybe one on retouching. And so it went -- too bad he's not famouser: I
> could publish the file & make some ripples, if not dough. But that may be
> one reason he's not famouser-- too often shot himself in the foot.
> What's not as clear to a lot of folks as it might be is that in many (if
> not most) respects, men & women live in two different worlds. You might
> not even believe that this very list, in the early days, was much the
> same.
> How many people think Martha Stewart would have gone to jail if she were
> Matt Stewart?
> Judy
Received on Sat Jan 15 09:02:15 2005

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