Warren, Charlie
June 2009
Amateur Astronomy Magazine;Summer2009, Issue 62, p4
The author describes his approach to magazine's editorial process. He mentions his efforts to keep a balance of topics and to develop some patterns and old favorites. He expresses his appreciation to writers as well as to contributors of articles on astronomy. He mentions his attempt to represent at least one aspect of astronomy for each issue of the magazine. He refers to the quest to find an interesting graphic contained in an advertisement as one of the inspiration for the magazine's cover.


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