We're Taking a Break
by The Lost Editors

Dear Lost Readers,
 
The astute among you, or those just gifted with the ability to see, may have noticed a decline in the number of new articles posted to LostWriters over the last several months. Perhaps, this has concerned you. Perhaps you've worried that you finally found the perfect web magazine, the kind of publication that you could share your life with, and it's going to leave you—just like Cindy Smith did in the ninth grade.
 
You needn't have worried; LostWriters will be around for a long time. But that doesn't mean that we aren't going to make some dramatic changes to the site. And to facilitate those changes, we need some time off.
 
It's not you, though, it's us. In order to implement the improvements and changes our readers have demanded—author archives, a proper home page, the deletion of our pathetic excuse for a sports section—we need time and space to focus on those aspects of the site. Over the next few months, your lost editors will be dedicating themselves to redesigning and enhancing LostWriters. When we return, with a grand new relaunch on September 3rd, your favorite little web mag will be better than ever.
 
So take the summer off. Have a little fling with a web magazine on the beach. Or, better yet, take this opportunity to read all the great articles on LostWriters that you may have missed. When the chill of fall begins to creep into the air, and the boys and girls of summer have disappeared, we'll be waiting for you.
 
Thanks to each and every one of you, whether you've read the site once or read it every day. Your faith and interest in us has never been taken for granted, and we hope to live up to your expectations when we return in the fall.
 
Have a great summer, and we'll see you on September 3rd.

 
 

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