Posted 29 March 2012 - 11:35 AM
For goodness sake, people, the publishing of the LCS Directory is not entirely the work of LCS volunteers, as dedicated as they might be. There's only so much initial preparation of information they can be responsible for. At some point, it's turned over to professionals. For the 2012 LCS directory ad sales and prep, and all final stages involved to bring it to press was in the hands of the same people who publish The Chapala Review, whose owner is Darryl Tennenbaum. I'm sure I am recalling correctly that Tennenbaum announced his taking over the project through an agreement with LCS president Howard Feldstein in 2010. You will see in this current directory on page 103 that the LCS "Directory Editorial Committee" thanks Tennenbaum and his staff for making the directory possible. Tennenbaum was in charge of the final stages of the 2011edition also, but it was a transitional period. In that directory the LCS Directory Editorial committee thanks Tannenbaum as well as Tod Jonson (page 131) who for years sold LCS advertisement when LCS itself was overseeing the entire responsibility of producing the directory.
I'm just piping up to say that if mistakes were made there were others involved besides the hardworking LCS volunteers who at a certain point aren't professional publishers.