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Genre Magazine Suspends Publication

Genre Genre magazine has suspended publication due to the recession, the Washington Blade reports, though the other publications under Avalon Equity's umbrella — the Washington Blade, Southern Voice, South Florida Blade, New York Blade and HX magazine — will continue to operate, according to CEO David Unger.

Said Unger:  "We thank all of our readers, advertisers and editorial staff for their support throughout our more than 16-year history and hope that we can re-establish our relationship when times are better."

In early February it was revealed that Avalon Equity had been forced into receivership by the Small Business Administration. Gay City News reported: "In its 2008 lawsuit seeking to force the receivership, the SBA wrote that the 'capital impairment' was 61 percent in August of 2007 and that it rose to over 134 percent by December of that year...The percentages cited in the lawsuit suggest that Avalon had little or no capital left as private investors were pulling their money out, businesses owned by Avalon were losing money, assets in the fund lost value, or some combination of the three.""

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  1. I agree with a lot of the previous comments about Genre, but the biggest change was when they moved to NY! It was all down hill from there, and Boulton has to be the WORST editor ever!! They acted as if the West Coast did not exist... They did not even keep their customer service company up-to-date about their status. Typical NY attitude! I am glad I don't live there.

    Posted by: SYQUEST | May 23, 2009 1:09:14 PM

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