The Coastal Post - June, 1998

Coastal Post's Too Much And Too Little Problem

We're happy to report that a wide spectrum of submissions to the Coastal Post from letter writers, columnists, free-lance journalists and political pundits with axes to grind are way, way up for some unexplainable reason. They're coming through the mail, over the Fax and on email. A few are hand-delivered at Smiley's Saloon in Bolinas. A big THANK YOU all!

The bad news is that copy is getting backed up because there isn't enough room in the 12 pages of hard copy we print each month. The good news is that most everything is being published electronically through the Web at (http//www.coastalpost.com).

For those of you reading the paper electronically, you can subscribe to get mail delivery for a year by sending $24 to PO Box 31 in Bolinas, CA 94924.

Thank you readers for sending that buck in when you read an article you really like or hate, or once a year or once in awhile. These bucks have done much to diminish some of the red ink endemic with small alternative publications.

Don Deane, Editor-Publisher

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