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  • 09.08.07

    EMR is feeling a little lonesome in a rather touching editorial, full of sentiments that most of us will recognise. This week's Smudger Snippet has set her off, in fact; a first-hand demonstration that your articles really do touch people. Another fairly quiet issue, but a surprisingly busy one. There's only one feature, but it's the first in a series - Paff's 'Notes From a (Very) Small Island'. There's new and old in the Fiction section too; the last episode of The Tale of Three Weapons features on the same day as the first of Reef's new Doctor Who fanfic series, and 'On The Subject of Pie' moves into the Quandary Phase.

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