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As astute readers will no doubt be aware, subtext is moving with the times. We even have a Facebooks account now where we occasionally ‘post’ our ‘status’ – what a brave new world we live in! As part of this general modernification, we are also launching a new subtext archive site. Don’t worry – the old site, at http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/subtext/, will stay exactly where it is for now, but we will no longer be adding back issues to it from now on. Instead, you can find past issues at our new archive site, http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/subtext/. This looks a little different from our previous archive, in that it makes use of some of the newfangled bells and whistles of the WordPress platform. Not only can readers peruse past issues, they can also share individual stories using links, or even post them on the Facebooks or the Twitters! As always, the subtext collective would be happy to receive (and probably ignore) feedback from our loyal readers.


Our Facebook page has enjoyed a health influx of attention since we announced its launch in the last issue. As part of our ongoing synergised cross-platform interdiscursivity initiative, we’d like to draw your attention to it again and ask you to like / share / follow / thingamajig us on www.facebook.com/LUsubtext