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Dear Brain, Child editors, staff, and writers,You will dearly be missed. I have cherished every issue, reading it cover to cover. I look forward to the future anthologies and appreciate your kindness in transitioning my subscription to other magazines!
Oh, I am so sad that Brain, Child will no longer be published! I loved it and will miss it. The magazine helped me discover authors and books that helped me survive the first few years of motherhood. I was just getting ready to renew after the end of my two year subscription. So sad... now what do I do? Liz
Well, I sent a long, sappy "I love you and I know we will still be friends..." email yesterday after the news reached the part of my brain which allowed me to comprehend what is going on! You have been amazing, insightful, funny women to have shared time with over my first 15 years of parenting. I couldn't have gotten through it without you and value, most all, the humor that I always found in what I was reading. I have never attached so much love to a publication in my 42 years and hope that I can find something that is nearly as satisfying. Best of luck. Bon Voyage! C Baty-Barr, Batavia, IL
I will miss receiving this issue and reading it cover to cover in a matter of days. I do look forward to your next venture -- good luck and keep smiling! CathyT
Just arrived home from a few days away to happily find your Summer 2012 issue in my mailbox, then read your "transition" news on page 2. Last issue—VERY SAD. But I am VERY EXCITED about your plans for the future. I think the anthology series idea is a good one. You have been one of my favorite magazines since you started. Your run was historic. I look forward to the next iteration. I will help spread the word.
I read the announcement, and am writing this, with tears in my eyes. I don't know where to begin to tell you how much Brain,Child has meant to me. I was there at the beginning, with my very first newborn back in 2000, losing my mind, and Brain,Child literally saved my life. I would devour each issue from cover to cover the minute it arrived. It kept me sane when my whole world was upside down and I didn't know who I was anymore. Things got better, and I no longer feel like Brain,Child is my lifeline, but I still cherish every issue and will miss it more than you can possibly imagine. Thank you so much for everything! I feel like I'm losing my best friend. :-(
My daughter just celebrated birthday #12. I think I found you (or maybe you found me?) shortly after she was born. Thank you and the amazing writers you hosted at my favorite (and only) Mother's group. Best of luck with the anthology project, it will be great!
I read the summer issue while sitting in a creek in a heat wave watching my kids and friends jump off a rope swing into the water. I can't do that online. Wahhhh!I have a life subscription because I thought that would help keep it going, I am still mourning Mothering.Janine
It is with tears in my eyes that I read the transition piece. My children are 14 & 16, I've been with you from very near the beginning. Thank you SO much for great, thought provoking reading about the complex experience of parenting. I loved every word. I am in line for the anthologies. No word on subscription stuff on the website yet... I hope that $$ toward an anthology is an option!
You will be missed greatly! But how do I fill the void? I can't find any info on your website about what to do with the rest of my unused subscription.
Am very sad to hear this is the last magazine! Ditto what others are saying about finding info on your website about other magazines offered to replace Brain, Child. Any info on what's available?
Oh - found it! Was too quick with my comment!http://brainchildmag.com/bcshop/subscriptions/pjsubfulfillment.asp
EJR here is where you can go: http://www.brainchildmag.com/bcshop/subscriptions/pjsubfulfillment.asp
Thank you SO much for this magazine. I can't tell you how much it has meant to me.
I just opened the Summer 2012 issue (mail takes the slow boat to Alaska, it seems) and read the Transition letter. The tears are still welling in my eyes. Like so many readers, I've cherished Brain, Child since my first baby arrived on the scene. We celebrated his 10th birthday this week. I've always been amazed that Brain, Child remained relevant to me even as my children grew and our family faced new joys ad challenges. How is it that the same magazine that fed my soul when I was soggy and nursing in the dim light of morning is still the mag I savor all these years later? You've done a wonderful job with Brain, Child. I'm not ready for this transition (or for the tweens!) but you have my heartfelt best wishes- I'll look for the anthologies. xxoo
There goes my favorite mag! You're irreplaceable, I suppose you've noticed? Sigh :-(It was nice to see a character named Juniper in the last issue, those are few and far between. That's my name, so thank you fate for the serendipitous turn of events to ease this transition....Peace out, "Junebug" "Jupiter" "Juni" etc...
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