This article is from the All My Children FAQ, by Margaret Gibbs gibbsm@no_spam.poppyware.com with numerous contributions by others.
Starting in 1992, AMC r.a.t.s. readers decided to make a yearbook
including short bios of the readers along with their pictures.
The editors get color photocopies made of the pictures,
print up the blurbs on a Mac, paste the pictures to the blurb
pages, put them in a binder, and send the "yearbook" to
the participants. Also included in the yearbook are photos of
AMC get-togethers, creative work done by the participants relating
to AMC, and candid photos of the actors/actresses. We've even
had autographed pictures in the more recent yearbook, plus a
picture of an autographed script. Because of the work involved,
the yearbook may not come out every year, and its format has
changed slightly to be more easily produced. There are still a
few black-and-white copies of the 1993 yearbook & a couple of
color copies of the 1994 yearbook available - email
email@example.com for details. There is also one color copy
of the 1996 yearbook available - contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Regrettably there was no 1997 or 1998 yearbook.
No plans have currently been made for a 1999 one.