[ Issue 19 ]

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


The Editorial to Issue 19 sees Tony Rogers broadcasting the news of Bikwil's entry on to the Internet.

He also take the opportunity of thanking contributors and devotees.

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Surely Not Another Great Leap Forward?
ó Tony Rogers


Phew! Bikwil has at last made it on to the Internet. (The address is given below ó why not visit?)

Equally important is the news that this month Bikwil celebrates its third birthday. So itís fitting to thank again, not only the many who have provided words of encouragement, but in particular those who have transmitted articles, poetry, illustrations, or letters and cards with corrections or jottings, or phone calls and email with useful suggestions.

Even though some names wonít be recognisable since noms de plume are quite the rage, let me specifically acknowledge the following contributors: Allan, Avon, Barry, Bruce, Bryan, Clare, Dierck, Irene, Joan, John D., John E., Naomi, Nick, Peter, Rex, Rick and Therese.

An individual word of appreciation is due to Bet Briggs, who has been offering her writing, research and support since before our very first issue in May 1997.

So onward to year four, during which we anticipate featuring in our new formats many additional pseudonymous Bikwil essayists, versifiers and artists.

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