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Alien Times Themes Of The Month

Author: Tim Boyle, Issue: November 1995, Topic: Alien Times

Over the last couple of years, each edition of the Alien Times has had a particular theme around which many of the articles focused on. The purpose of doing this was to encourage reader participation. As 1995 draws to a close, we need to begin putting together a list of proposed themes for 1996. One theme that has been suggested is the problem of abandoned animals and what to do if you find one. That will certainly be the theme for one of the months. Do you have any ideas for other interesting and useful themes that you would like to see covered in future issues? Please drop a line to the editor if you can think of any good possibilities. You won't be required to write on the theme yourself (though we would certainly encourage you to do so if you can), so don't feel that is a prerequisite for submitting your ideas.

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