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Write It and They Will Come

Write It and They Will Come
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Yankee editor Mel Allen is the author of A Coach’s Letter to His Son.

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2 Responses to Write It and They Will Come

  1. Doris Matthews August 23, 2008 at 2:56 pm #

    I guess Yankee readers are curious about things. The magazine just brings out the best of New Enland. That’s why I gave my sister who moved out to Odessa, Texas, a subscription for Christmas. She gets to keep in touch with her New England roots and she reads it cover to cover like I do. Thanks, Yankee.

  2. Janet Gordon January 22, 2009 at 5:56 pm #

    During a period of austerity I cut subscriptions to several magazines, yours included. I have missed Yankee sadly since doing do. I had thought that since I now live back home in Nova Scotia I didn’t need my dose of Yankee Downeast quirkiness. I was wrong. I recently re-subscribed and just last week picked up January 2009 Yankee at the Post Office. It was like welcoming a longlost friend back into my home. Thanks for staying true to your message. If you can find a copy, check your sister magazine on this side of the border – Saltscapes magazine. Another keeper.

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