The New Pan Historian

by Myrrhine

We here at the Pan Historian are going through something of a transitional phase. You may have noticed that this edition is late coming out, and is smaller than usual, well we're kinda stuck between the old, wonderful paper and the new, fabulously fantastic paper.

This is the perfect time for you to get involved with your site paper too. We're looking for fresh faces and fresh ideas to help us when we relaunch for the next edition. If you've ever had an idea for a feature, wondered about a different layout or just wanted to join in with all our frantic pre-publication activities leave a note with me, Myrrhine and I'll add you to our planning salon, Column Inches. All we ask is that if you are privvy to paper planning that you keep it all hush hush until the edition we were just talking about is out there for the public to see.

It's with our thanks for her years of hard work that we farewell the Ask Aggie column this edition. But never fear we will have a new advice column ready for the next edition. We're also looking forward to old features like the puzzles and sudoko that we've featured in the past making a come back.

In the meantime we hope you enjoy this pared down version of the paper and we congratulate our featured characters and thank our article writers for their contributions.


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