Editorial
[ Issue 20 ]

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

In Issue 20's Editorial Tony Rogers is again touting for what he is pleased to call "stimulating oodles of not-so-secretive, new, enthusiastic and friendly contributions".

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“Let Therefore the Next Friendly Contributor . . . Write Secretly in His Own Chamber”
— Tony Rogers

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The quotation is from Samuel Johnson, and is brazenly used here for obvious purposes.

A year ago, when Bikwil surveyed readers on whether to charge a subscription fee, many replies came in with suggestions regarding content. It is some of those ideas I want to reiterate today, with a view to stimulating oodles of not-so-secretive, new, enthusiastic and friendly contributions:

Pieces about art
A quiz
A crossword
Articles on popular (as well as high) culture
Something along the lines of Notes and Queries (i.e. someone writes in with a question on an obscure topic and other readers, hopefully, answer it)
More on classical and jazz music.

Any takers, then? Of course there are, and the queue starts here.

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