AnotherSun

The setting of AnotherSun

Weclome, if you've just found yourself under AnotherSun. You'll discover a plethora of fascinating work in its pages.

I started the e-zine in March 2001 and its seventeenth refresh was in May 2003.

Why did I stop it? Well, my life has changed, which has meant that I'm not in a position to take on the work needed to continue running it for the time being.

Editing AnotherSun was unlike anything I'd ever done before. The quality of work I was sent was often very high. And I loved the contact with writers and artists from around the globe.

I'd like to thank AnotherSun's long-suffering contributors, and everyone who has ever visited this e-zine. It started out as a passing whim on a rainy Saturday afternoon in London, and grew into something that has reached out to thousands of people around the world and in that I take a lot of pride.

And if this is your first visit, I sincerely hope you like what you find.

One day, and in some way, AnotherSun will rise again.

Peter Kenny
20 March 2004


PS: In the unlikely event of you not being able to get enough of Peter Kenny...  Visit:
              

Peter Kenny - Photograph by Reuben Turner
    AnotherSun

The setting of AnotherSun

Weclome, if you've just found yourself under AnotherSun. You'll discover a plethora of fascinating work in its pages.

I started the e-zine in March 2001 and its seventeenth refresh was in May 2003.

Why did I stop it? Well, my life has changed, which has meant that I'm not in a position to take on the work needed to continue running it for the time being.

Editing AnotherSun was unlike anything I'd ever done before. The quality of work I was sent was often very high. And I loved the contact with writers and artists from around the globe.

I'd like to thank AnotherSun's long-suffering contributors, and everyone who has ever visited this e-zine. It started out as a passing whim on a rainy Saturday afternoon in London, and grew into something that has reached out to thousands of people around the world and in that I take a lot of pride.

And if this is your first visit, I sincerely hope you like what you find.

One day, and in some way, AnotherSun will rise again.

Peter Kenny
20 March 2004


PS: In the unlikely event of you not being able to get enough of Peter Kenny...  Visit:
              

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