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AEM Announces Release of Premier Issue of Print Magazine

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It’s been six months in the works, but AEM is proud to announce that the very first print edition will be released tomorrow and available to order advance copies.

What you can find in this issue, as well as future issues, are some new articles and interviews not found online. It’s full color and we are excited to share it.

The cost is $5 and you can contact us if you are interested in purchasing a copy. Contact me via [email protected] to order. We will also have an online store to purchase magazines, shirts and videos later this week.

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