Apak Stat Box 2: Writers
compiled by Victor M. Gonzalez
Apak Stat Box 1: Letters of Comment
A total of 24 people have written articles or columns for Apparatchik from issue #1 (March 17, 1994) through issue #70 (Nov. 22, 1996). Outside of the letter column, Andy Hooper was the only writer until #26. The longest piece ever published in Apak was "The X Fans: Villiany in Vegas" (#44, Oct. 12, 1995), at nine pages.
Pages per writer were recorded to the nearest half-page; pieces smaller than one-half page counted as one-half page. Locs-per-issue stats are included as a basis of comparison, but it is important to note that locs are measured as units, not as pages.
For timebinding purposes, #1 is dated March 17, 1994; #11, June 16; #21, Nov. 17; #31, April 6, 1995; #41, Aug. 24; #51, Jan. 18, 1996; #61, June 7.
|1 - 10||11 - 20||21 - 30||31 - 40||41 - 50||51 - 60||61 - 70||Total||Avg.|
|Total article pages||14||21.5||28.5||42.5||47.5||57||65.5||276.5||3.95|
|Victor M. Gonzalez||0||0||5||12||12.5||8.5||9||47||.671|
In addition, three people (Jon Singer, Dave Langford and Irwin Hirsh) are tied with 1.5 pages, for a total of 4.5 pages; seven people are tied with one page, for a total of seven pages; and five people are tied with .5 pages, for a total of 2.5 pages.
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