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To: Perceptions Forum People
Sent: December 2009
Subject: Perceptions Forum e-Newsletter issue 34
2009/12/18 18:34 Publication of Issue 34 of www.perceptionsforum.org.uk which is actually the same as www.voicesforum.org.uk
Hi to ALL!
There is some good news, which is the issue 34 of the Perceptions Forum site is now online, so you can browse around the four hundred and something pages as you please.
There's a full list of all of the stuff at www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/sindex.htm
New on this issue, a variety of items...
The continuing adventures of Mickstup Mouse and Frisco Duck can be seen at www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/mickst8.htm
Poetry is there to be appreciated at such pages as Cinderella www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/cinders.htm by R v B , In My Quite Garden www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/q-garden.htm by Peter V, and The System www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/the-syst.htm by Stephen H. Full list at www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/poetry.htm
There are pictures, including In This World www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/intwld.htm and Boxes with Sunset www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/bsunset.htm both by Chris Barchard, and Stuck in Time www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/sttime.htm by Maggie.
Critique, commentary, and stories can be read, illustrating matters of freedom of speech, for example Psychiatry and the Disempowered Writer www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/disemp.htm by Grégor Samsa , Doctor Do 2 Little www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/drdo2ltl.htm by Paul, and the intriguing Flying Saucer Answers www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/saucer.htm by Robart. There is an interesting insight about Children and Insanity www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/childins.htm by Peter D, and the rather touching story "No mobile phones or lighters allowed" www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/notalwd.htm by Angel.
Sometimes the timing goes a bit wrong, and items are published mid-issue, so in case these have not been given a mention on last issue's e-newsletter, there are the following:
Birds in Flight www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/birds.htm where Chris has managed to catch pigeons without stopping them.
Picture of a Butterfly www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/butfly.htm - remarkable close-up.
The World is Full of Laughter www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/dollysen.htm by Dolly Sen.
Plus, the abstract picture "Death" www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/death.htm
Chris Barchard has also written a choice piece GOOD REASON TO FEEL PISSED OFF - ESPECIALLY WITH PSYCHIATRY www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/pistoff.htm
There are announcements, of changes, as Chris is leaving the job of Chair, and Amy Ford is leaving the job of Treasurer. To find out who will be taking on these positions of responsibility, see www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/changes2.htm . Also, Chris has made a Leaving Statement at www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/leaving.htm
Finally, to end on a positive note, Phil L has found a method by which it is possible to stop smoking. The timing of this is excellent, as saving of money is quite topical in this time of economic tightness. www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/smoking.htm
A full list of all the new stuff can be seen at www.perceptionsforum.org.uk/nindex.htm
Well, that's about it for this issue.
Have fun! Kind Regards to ALL!
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