Introducing 24 Farnsworth Street, senior editor Elaine McArdle, and UU World Digital.
More good news! I am thrilled to introduce our new senior editor for news, Elaine McArdle. Elaine is no stranger to the magazine or to Unitarian Universalism. Before joining the staff in March, Elaine had written eleven articles since 2011, including a major profile last year of retiring Executive Vice President Kay Montgomery. She brings more than twenty years of journalistic experience with local and regional newspapers, national magazines, and public radio. A Unitarian Universalist since 1995, she is active at First Unitarian Church of Portland, Oregon, where she lives and works. Watch for her byline in this issue, and in our weekly news coverage at uuworld.org.
And still more good news! You’ll recall the readership survey we announced a year ago. I describe the results in some detail starting on page 33, but the short version is that we discovered gratifying levels of engagement with the magazine among our print readers as well as real interest in broadening the ways we deliver the magazine. The UUA remains committed to delivering a print quarterly, so those of you who love having a paper copy to read on the porch or share with a friend or leave on your coffee table will continue to receive it. But we are introducing a digital version, too, for readers who would like to download the magazine or read it on any computer. And, if you have an iPad, Kindle Fire, or Android tablet, we are introducing UU World apps specially designed for you. Now you can flip through the magazine—front to back, articles, art, ads, and all—wherever you are, even if your print magazine is still at home. To add a digital subscription, visit uuworld.org/digital.
Finally, an overdue announcement: we officially welcome longtime contributor and online columnist Doug Muder, who has written five major feature stories and dozens of other provocative, insightful essays for us, to the ranks of our contributing editors. His latest essay, “I Don’t ‘Believe in’ the Seven Principles,” appears on page 50.
This article appeared in the Summer 2014 issue of UU World (page 3).
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Christopher L. Walton is editor of UU World. He holds degrees from Harvard Divinity School and the University of Utah and is a member of the Church of the Larger Fellowship.
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