February 21, 2009

Issue 4 of the Primgraph now available

Greetings and Salutations!

Its time for another issue of The Primgraph, the SL magazine devoted to Steampunk and Victorian sims.

This month, the Primgraph does something a little different--and our focus this month is a trip to the Wild West. From the sims of Tombstone, to a review of the year 1883, to the secret passion that Saffia Widdershins has for the western novels of JT Edson, you'll smell the desert wind and imagine the sagebrush in this issue.

And that is hardly all! We have news and pictures from Babbage, our monthly serial The Mysteries of London, and much more. Like its sister publication Prim Perfect, every issue of the Primgraph is jam packed with all sorts of reading goodness.

And, oh, yes, this month there is a modest article from yours truly, a trifle, really, about the roleplaying sim of Rivet Town where the two halves of a steampunk victorian society live cheek by jowl...and very uneasily.

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How do I get my copy of The Primgraph?

Glad you asked!

You could buy a copy from xStreetSL to be delivered to you inworld.

Best of all, you can join our Subscribe-o-Matic group. These are located at historical and steampunk sims across Second Life (for example, you'll find ones at all the Caledon inforhubs). And if you can't find one in your favourite sim, why not ask the owner to install one?

You will also find them at the Prim Perfect offices in Oliveto. (Which are worth a visit in any event!)

But if you prefer to read the magazine online but not inworld, there are choices too. Firstly, there's the wonderful Calaméo system, which allows you to moves smoothly through the pages, giving you the feeling of reading a real magazine. You'll find Issue 4 here - and please do leave a comment!

But, if you like to download your magazines to read as you commute to work, or in the bath, or wherever, you can also obtain a standard pdf for downloading and printing.

Happy Reading!

Posted by Jvstin at February 21, 2009 7:43 AM
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