Catherine Taylor Discussion started by Catherine Taylor 10 years ago

So every month ARC drops through your letter box or arrives on your desk - February's issue came through my door today - and what do you do with it?

Do you read it avidly cover to cover or do you put to one side to be read later? Does later ever come? I tend to file it straight away but then I've generally read it thorough once if not twice as part of the proof-reading and editorial process!  If you don't read it why not and if you do what are your favourite parts?

Are the articles pertinent or relevant to you? Would you like to see something else? Should we be doing something else...

Get involved let us know what you think and we'll do our best to include it!

 

Catherine

 

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Deborah Phillips ACR
Deborah Phillips ACR Mine is delivered to my workplace. It has a long life on our meeting/tea table where volunteers and visitors read it with interest and it... Show more 9 years ago
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Caroline Cradock
Caroline Cradock I like ARC and there is definitely still a need for it. I like having something physically printed to read, and the colour photos are great. (I am... Show more 9 years ago
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Marie Owens
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