Editorial
[ Issue 11 ]

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

For the Editorial to Issue 11 Tony Rogers turns his attention to the need to extend our coverage to the contributions of younger readers.
 

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In Danger of Being Swamped by Ancients — Tony Rogers

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No, it isn’t our maiden speech as an independent magazine. After all, we are almost two years old.

There is at least one similarity, though, between that short-lived querulous red-headed contribution of recent times and what you’re reading now.

The nub of the punning title is that Bikwil could benefit enormously by getting some input from younger readers — in addition, of course, to that of our regular “seasoned” contributors.

Here’s a quick New Year’s suggestion: let’s make a special effort to get our mag into the hands of the literate young too. It might well turn out that they and “the old and the restful” have in common more than a few close enthusiasms of the quiet kind.

So spread the word among your kids and grandkids, your students, your patients, your customers . . . Then, if the idea appeals, copies can be rushed to your eager young converts’ doors.

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