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In recent times, our content has surfaced without credit or acknowledgement in several unexpected locations, including Websites, mainstream books and the publication of a cultural body of the Indian government. One of India's biggest publishing houses has filched our concept and technique in toto and launched a trial balloon which they are pleased to call 'The Big Little Magazine'. This is being confused with the magazine you're reading now. Sad, because it looks ugly and positively teems with repurposed material.
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