Editorial
[ Issue 31 ]

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 the Editorial to Issue 31 Tony Rogers thanks readers for their continuous and growing stream of contributions.  And he has a surprise, too.
 

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Fifth Birthday News
ó Tony Rogers

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Bikwil has come a long way since it began in May 1997 with a handful of subscribers ó some of them, it must be confessed, gently coerced.

Well, now five years have passed, and though our magazine continues to appeal to a niche market, that original band of heroes and heroines ó almost every one of them still loyally with us (thank you all) ó has been joined by other like-natured minds from around the globe.

Similarly, the number of contributions I receive has been steadily increasing. Time was when I nearly lost heart that Iíd get enough submissions to fill the next issue. So much so that, as some of you would have realised by now, I had to resort to inventing improbable pseudonyms for myself.

But all that editorial dejection looks like it has passed for good. Indeed, now I have to keep the queue of contributors waiting far longer than any of us would like.

So as to reduce that delay a bit and also to allow for longer articles and stories, Iíve decided to increase the size of each issue once more, beginning with the issue youíre now reading. Yes, Bikwil is now twice the size it was when we began. Ainít we got fun!

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