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July 20, 2016, 12:00 am

Cover, July 13: “Excelsior!”

Other Cartoonists

Thanks, Alex, for including me alongside these creators. For those of you who remember the series I produce with Monica, I promise there’s more Raised By Squirrels in the works. New Mexico has such a amazing, vibrant and friendly comics scene—I encourage anyone interested in independent comics and making them to follow 7000 BC, which offers resources and advice for creators, as well as opportunities to just hang out with others making comics.

And beyond the great people mentioned in the article, check out the work of other locals making comics and supporting the community, including Jamie Chase, Christian Beranek, Skylar Patridge, Willow Tomeo and Enrique “SYKRYK” Martinez (I’m sure I’m leaving someone out).

Bram Meehan

News, July 13: “Buyer’s Market”

Fight the Good Fight

Kudos and thanks to Barbe Awalt and Christine Trujillo for demanding transparency and justice in this issue.

Valerie Stasik

Opera, July 13: “Delivering Da Don”

Huzzah for Stege

Wow, [SFR]. Your opera writer is really good. Where did you get him?

Steve Forrester
Publisher, Daily Astorian

Editor’s note: John Stege has been writing about opera since Mozart was a pup, and he’s been in the SFR family since 1986.

News, July 1: “Press Protection Affirmed”

So a journalist uncovered this alleged crime. I wonder what hasn’t been uncovered. Boy oh boy, I sure would like to know. Legislators: some are just like mobsters. Well, the real good part is you can’t hide anything from the man upstairs!

Elena Sanchez

Morning Word, July 5: “Griego Faces New Charges”

Likes the Word

I like this short, topical take on New Mexico news.

Cindy Chandler

SFR will correct factual errors online and in print. Please let us know if we make a mistake, or 988-7530.

Mail letters to PO Box 2306, Santa Fe, NM 87504, deliver to 132 E Marcy St., or email them to Letters (no more than 200 words) should refer to specific articles in the Reporter. Letters will be edited for space and clarity.


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