Editorial
[ Issue 9 ]

Language, literature, music, nature, the performing arts, hobbies, science and humour all deserve Emily Bronto's approval

Bikwil offers acclaim to language, literature, music, nature, the performing arts, hobbies, science and humour

Editorial

Tony Rogers in his Editorial to Issue 9 reminds readers that the special Wagner issue is only two months away, and pleads for more contributions.

 

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I Rest My Case — Tony Rogers

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“Ok, you guys, this is a raid. Nobody move. We know you’re hidin’ somethin’. The dime was dropped on you late yesterday. You read me? None of us are leavin’ till you cough up the stuff. If not, it’s goin’ to be a long and sleepless night, so you all better line up for the pat-down right now. And any joker — this means you too, sweetheart — anyone tryin’ to have it away on their toes, takes an immediate fall.”

To escape the mean streets metaphor for a minute and put it another way: this is the last call for contributions to Bikwil’s Wagner issue in November. Those readers who have already committed their involvement but have forgotten their heart-warming pledge are hereby invited again to submit their offerings to this dazzling undertaking without delay.

After all, who’d want to be left out of such a spectacular accumulation of eloquent prose? (“What did you do in the Bikwil Wagner issue, Daddy?”)

Would that I could also include some priceless original artwork! Well, there’s still time to wield the charcoal on the Wagner theme, and that’s why my perennial plaintive plea for visual virtuosity is heard once more in the land.

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