When I started Hearts in Glorantha ten years ago*, we had Zin Letters ( as small but excellently produced fanzine by the Finish Kalikos Society) and the online One Rule (which was a lot more fanish and had more rapid production values). Gradually over the years, they both dropped away and now ten years on* HiG is all on its ownsome, which isn’t half as much fun
With the release of the new RuneQuest, 13th Age Glorantha and continued support of HeroQuest Glorantha, there’s a golden opportunity for fan publishers to blossom. So there now follows an exaltation for anyone considering it!
Read the Fan Licensing section on the Chaosium website. Work out what works for you in both a time and money sense. It doesn’t have to be a printed magazine, with even semipro layout standards. You can start by doing a website with pdfs. Which is what I effectively did, the pdf downloads of my scenarios I ran at conventions, plus the articles I published on the old Ring of HeroQuest Narrators/MoLaD website were the predecessors of HiG and Gloranthan Adventures. If you want to go down the printed route check out the tutorials and help at both Lulu.com and Drivethrurpg.com. Have a chat with MOB (firstname.lastname@example.org) who is in charge of licensing and was highly supportive of me when I restarted HiG after its five-year hiatus as was Jeff Richard during the early years (before he just became so gawdarn busy).
Just DO IT!!! 🙂
*HiG is ten this July! Come say happy birthday at Continuum if you are there!