The next issue of Diplomacy World will feature a theme that looks at pre-1900 Diplomacy variants. The deadline for submissions goes until July 1st.
If you're interested in providing feedback or contributing to future issues, write him at email@example.com.
This year World Diplomacy Championship will be held in Columbus, Ohio, USA on June 24th-28th, as part of the Origins convention.
For more information, see the full article in the Spring 2009 Movement issue (here), which includes details about registration, and other things you can do in Columbus during your stay. Don't miss it!
Also, be sure to see The WDC Web Site, which is being hosted right here on the Pouch.
This past May, the creator of Diplomacy was featured in an article in Chicago Magazine, written by Ted McClelland. The article is available online here; be sure to check it out!
Panos Kostsouvelis is looking to form a Diplomacy Club in Athens, Greece. If you're in the area and interested in playing Diplomacy, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Similarly, Ricardo Almeida is looking for Portuguese players in the Lisbon area. Interested players are encouraged to contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a Diplomacy-related item that you'd like us to include in this column next time, just email us using the link below.
Also, many more FTF cons can be found at the FTF section of the site, so be sure to check there for more information on upcoming Cons.
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