[ Issue 42 ]

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


In the Editorial to Issue 42 Tony Rogers thanks contributors and hints at whats coming next year.

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Back and Forth — Tony Rogers


This is the last issue of the “Bikwil year” (I wish I could find a single word for that), so I’d like to (a) thank you all for your support, and (b) foreshadow a bit of what’s to come next year.

In particular I want to thank you for the steady stream of contributions that I’ve been able to include in these last six issues. Thanks, of course, to our stalwart regular contributors Bet Briggs, Jennifer Paynter, Fizzgig and Harlish Goop. Thank you, too: Diane Dees, Eileen Marshall, Michael Buhagiar, Kerry Worgan, Lars Porsenna, Col Choat, Lavinia Godfrey, Clare Hansson, E. Roy Strong and Greg Bogaerts.

Quite a list that, and you can be sure that many of those names will be appearing again next year. Other things on the agenda include:

more Up-front Popularizers
further Internet explorations
lots more about language
new poems galore
new Memorable Moments in Music
several personal reminiscences in our new Hooked on Jazz series
a puzzle or quiz or two
and if it can't be avoided, more jokes, Dreadful Doggerel and trivia.

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