Alan Boakes is the Concatenation Webmaster, his own web page is www.boakes.net and he can also be contacted through the Concat e-mail address below, just clearly mark your message for his attention.
If you want to get in touch with Concatenation, please mail us at the following address - info AT concatenation DOT org
Contacting us for the first time, please read this guidance which may save you time learning how to get the best from us (as well as how not to waste your time). Those contacting us with requests who blatantly have not read this guidance will not get a reply and we will add their e-mail to our spam filters which could mean that when you next do have something we genuinely might promote, then you will not be able to reach us.
Please allow at least one week (preferably two) for reply as not all the SF2 Concatenation team are within easy access of the Webmaster.
Important if you are sending promotional publicity information please only send your messages to one address. Sending copies of the same message to several of us only results in our forwarding them to the appropriate person and this results in their being bombarded with messages and not least the risk of confusion as to what has been included in our seasonal news folder and what has been left out as duplicate material. Offenders are given one warning. Repeat offenders are spam listed by each of our key servers. Sorry to have to be firm and spell out the obvious but some with poor communication skills come close to spamming.
Jonathan (Concat senior editor/co-ordinator) does not have home e-mail (nor home internet access) but can be reached through the general e-mail address, though you may have to allow a little time (he usually FTP downloads mail Alan holds for him from a cyber cafe twice a week). Similarly, given time, you can reach most members of the team.
Finally, in addition to guidance, you may want to know our seasonal posting schedule and note we require your news one month before seasonal posting; remember our big 3 seasonal postings are usually well over 100 pages should you print all the material out and all this needs careful coding. (Our news editor finalises the seasonal news page three weeks before posting and then our webmaster collects everything, assembles it, runs internal link checks and then external link checks before posting (hopefully) by our regular scheduled date.)