When you have more than one edition of a magazine publication and one issue that's well received in Chicago; there is no excuse trying to get a pirated copy of the publication. When one has different size options for the price of the CreateSpace.com edition and the historic trim size it was originally introduced. So those of you who are offering to try and pirate a publication where it's the most personal there is no excuse. Why can't one just let the masses by legit copies from the author? This has a host of talented authors including Steven Morgan and Alex Rivera -- those who ask about my role in this magazine, I am the editor-in-chief and publisher behind it. My story; well it's a creative nonfiction work known as The Pattern Of Diagnosis. This edition is signed and you will see a e-release of The Pattern of Diagnosis coming to booktango.com. My creative nonfiction story was twice published. My story was caught plagiarized by Robert L. Baupader on VampireFreaks.com.