MARCH 16 2012 2nd YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF
THE PASSING OF A GREAT MAN
The website is now maintained on a voluntary basis by
a small group of writers and the odd web geek. For further information or to contribute articles, times
and/or effort, please contact
email@example.com, thank you.
Once upon a time and not so long ago,
there was a man by the name of Rod Amis. As a young boy he was
deeply fascinated by the life and achievements of Alexander The
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website is the best I could do to gather together the a complete-as-possible
archive of Rod Amis's work on the web. Rod was an extraordinary
writer, editor and publisher who helped so many new writers get
their "feet on the ground".
The original website hosted at
www.g21.net was about to close down
a couple years ago after Rod's demise. However, I managed to download the large amount of files
on the original server, managed to "get hold" of the domain name and
set up this new website -
www.generator21.net - to house as much of the original material
as I could organize.
I'm Kim Carter, I used to write the occasional article for Rod's
magazine Generator 21. After Rod's demise, I inherited this website. Really, I just took it over because it was about to close down for
ever and I know how to deal with domain name, web hosting and web
server issues. I don't do much creative writing these days, mostly I
do this, web hosting, web design, technical support, website updates
and so on and so forth.
if anybody would like to contribute an article
for publication here, contact
firstname.lastname@example.org. I'd love to have
fresh stuff to put up here! Thank You.
This is an interview with Rod when
he was living at Union Station