Our readers write . . .
We are privileged to have such a nice bunch of subscribers. Your letters, emails, cards and phone calls bring us great cheer throughout the year.
â€˜Thank you SF
once again for all the pleasure you give - and if we ARE headed for Hell in a handcart, I hope it will be well-stocked with past issues of your life-enhancing magazine.â€™ S. Boswell, Suffolk
â€˜Hello Humans, Just to let you know your website is a joy to use.â€™ J. Webb, Carmarthen
â€˜Dear Editors, May I congratulate you on your quarterly magazine, in particular the wood engraving on page 33 of Issue 50. Each time I turn to it I seem to see the sea gulls actually circling around the stack. On a more whimsical note, there seems to be an elderly, rather sad man peering at me from near the top of the stack. Yours in appreciationâ€™ J. Iâ€™Anson, Herefordshire
â€˜You feed my anglophile, book long, appreciator of the off-the-beaten-track soul. Reading SF
takes me back to living in London in the â€™70sâ€™ J. Eaton, USA
â€˜My Slightly Foxed
hardback limited editions towerâ€™ - Les Livres
â€˜I was away for the last few days and came back very depressed about the referendum result and full of foreboding. Yesterday as I was checking through my mail I read this message. I laughed at the Daisy Ashford article for several minutes - and also learnt a lot. I also greatly enjoyed the Howard Phipps illustration. The world seemed a less dismal place! Thank you so much!â€™ G. Woodman, Belfast