Art Sharp, Editor, in the September/October 2004 issue of The Graybeards:
I encourage comments and
submissions from every KWVA member and/or reader. Let's face it: we can't publish The Graybeards without
your input. I would like to see as many stories, photos, poems, etc., as you are willing to send me. I will try
to get as much as possible into the magazine. (I have included my home address, telephone number, and e-mail
address below for your convenience.).
If you think you have something worth including in The Graybeards, send it. Use the U.S. Postal
Service, UPS, FedEx, email, carrier pigeon. ..whatever is best for you.
The material can be typed, handwritten, etched in crayons, scribbled on napkins. It is my job as editor
to transform it in whatever medium it is submitted into a clear, concise, consistent, complete, accurate format.
Arthur G Sharp
152 Sky View Drive,
Rocky Hill, CT 06067-2859
(Make sure you use underscores between sharp and arthur and arthur and g)
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