PEOPLE BEHIND PAGE 6
Page 6 was created by Les Ellingham. Les produced the
magazine and, along with his wife Sandy, ran Page 6 Publishing. There were no staff writers and Les relied entirely on
readers' ongoing support to submit articles and programs for publication
- Page 6 was indeed a 'magazine for the dedicated Atari User'.
Over a period spanning almost 16 years, a large number of
enthusiastic people were able to experience the enjoyment of seeing
their work in print and in knowing their contributions were helping
to inform and entertain others in the Atari world. Some went on to
become regular Page 6 contributors, who could always be relied upon to
submit good quality articles helping to form the backbone of each issue ... though
admittedly not always in time for the copy deadline!
In one case, Page 6 turned out to be the catalyst for
a future high profile career in the computer gaming media
industry (we hope to describe more details of this success story in the
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
Page6.org is extremely keen to make contact with ex-contributors. If
YOUR name has appeared in Page 6 or New Atari User,
please do get in touch [contact] and tell us what you are doing. If you are able
to provide a short (or even long!) article about yourself, then that would
be fantastic and we'll add it to the list below.