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Formal Invitation(s) To Engage

November 15, 2011

Hi readers,

Every once in a while we like to check in, let you know how things are going.

Since we started this blog a scant three months ago, it has hosted music reviews, food writing, photo essays, and commentary on everything from art to Occupy Wall Street. We are still in some ways discovering the identity of this blog and magazine, but we are off to a running start.

If you have enjoyed the blog, there are several things that we would like to formally invite you to do:

  1. Like us on Facebook. Right, we know. But really, if you dig the blog this is a good way to keep up with it, as well as to connect with other readers. Alternatively, you can
  2. Follow us on Twitter, or
  3. Throw our url into your Reader subscriptions.

Besides keeping you up to date, engaging our social media end lets us know about you–what you’re reading and enjoying, or what you’re skipping over.

Additionally, feel free to contact us or comment on this/other posts whenever you’d like. We’re in the beginning stages, and need criticism to move forward.

Finally, as our ultimate goal is to produce a physical magazine, we need submissions. As informal as a spontaneous haiku or as purposeful as fiction or criticism, we’re open to any writing that would fit the magazine. And if you don’t have anything you want to submit, forward this along to a friend.

This week on the blog we’ll have a book review, a write up on one of L.A.’s most famous restaurants, and commentary on this week’s big news stories. We’re working hard to make it happen, so don’t be afraid to show a little love. Telling a friend about our little start up is the kindest, most effective thing you can do to help us move forward.

Thanks much,

-Le Staff

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