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Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian ponders nirvana. [24 October 2019]

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Editor Julia would like your support for a special project. [7 December 2015]

Our man in Jerusalem reports on the sights of Crusader-era Jerusalem. [21 March 2010]

For the time being, the last in our series of articles on the gates of Old Jerusalem. [10 September 2008]

Wargame groundcloths as seen at Bayou Wars. [14 August 2008]

The gates of Old Jerusalem offer a wide variety of scenario possibilities. [11 June 2008]

Pete Mancini reports from Historicon. [20 July 2006]

The Editor heads for Vicksburg... [22 June 2006]

The Editor tries out this first-year gaming convention in the San Francisco Bay Area (California). [30 November 1998]

The Editor is invited to tour the factory of Simtac, a U.S. manufacturer of figures in nearly all periods, scales, and genres. [17 September 1998]

The Chipco partners show the Editor their own armies. [18 April 1998]

In the first of our Homes of the Rich and Famous Game Designers articles (!), the Editor is shown the many wonders of Chip Harrison, founder of Chipco. [18 April 1998]

The Editor meets Chip Harrison and Curtis Wright, the two gentlemen behind successful rules publisher Chipco. [18 April 1998]

Not every miniatures company is a major corporation, housed in a business park. The Editor visits Military Miniatures of Texas [no longer in business], a U.S. importer of U.K.-based Museum Miniatures figures, and finds a garage-based enterprise. [28 December 1997]