Eulogy rides again!

Charles Cowling

Reports of the death of Eulogy magazine are exaggerated. A little while ago I was rung by its genial editor, Alfred Tong, and informed that the second issue would be available online only. It’s out now, and includes among all sorts of things a sprightly piece by Julian Litten on his preference for burial.

Find it here.

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Glorianna Langley-Finch
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Glorianna Langley-Finch

I to subscrided to the Euolgy magazine and never recieved a copy. However when I read of its death I emailed and had no reply so put it down to “Oh well thats life”

Trying to read it on line is very difficult, you can’t save a copy as PDF to read at another time.

Will see what happens… its just another magazine that covers the same topics as the FS times etc.
Which now for a hard copy (Where as it was free) it has to be paid for but read on line for free.

Charles Cowling
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I’ll get out the ouija board.

Philip Evans
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Still havent had a response from my email guys! I wait with abated breath. Perhaps we made need to form a séance!

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Jonathan

Phillip, it sounds as if you’d have more luck trying to communicate with the dead (chuckle chuckle).

Philip Evans
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On sight of your article Charles, for the attention of any paid-up subscribers, please find below some interesting dialogue I have been having with Eulogy since I subscribed to them: PE: I have not received any email from you or any issues whatsoever. Please inform me as to when I can expect to receive my issues from 1st June. Eulogy: Thank you for your email. The second issue of Eulogy comes out on September 30th, so you will be receiving your issue then. PE: What happened to the July issue? I was expecting the July issue when I subscribed on… Read more »