April 2009
High Country News;4/27/2009, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p12
The article focuses on the letter sent by former publisher of the journal "High Country News" (HCN) Ed Marston in the U.S. Marston's letter looks back on how HCN has been founded and organized by writer Tom Bell. The letter also tackles the aspects and contribution of HCN to its readers, enabling it to attract their attention. In addition, the letter regards how HCN has survived, highlighting the role of the readers for the publication's existence.


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