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Tracy Bosley

I've been reading H&H for years and love it, with the exception of one thing.  I don't like the magazine layout format that is used. By this, I mean putting the typec story line of the story at the back of the magazine, while the photos are at the front.  This style of layout went out of style in the 80's and I'm surprised that H&H still subscribes to this old layout.  It really detracts from the story when you have to flip to the back of the mag to read the rest of the story.  There's nothing more boring than flipping to a mag page filled with nothin but black and white print!Can readers look forward to an updated and more modern format in the future?

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lmurphy

Thanks for sharing your thoughts on the magazine layout, Tracy. I'm going to pass your concerns onto Suzanne and the editorial team. Lis.

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Tracy Bosley

Tracy Bosley wrote:
I've been reading H&H for years and love it, with the exception of one thing.  I don't like the magazine layout format that is used. By this, I mean putting the typec story line of the story at the back of the magazine, while the photos are at the front.  This style of layout went out of style in the 80's and I'm surprised that H&H still subscribes to this old layout.  It really detracts from the story when you have to flip to the back of the mag to read the rest of the story.  There's nothing more boring than flipping to a mag page filled with nothin but black and white print!Can readers look forward to an updated and more modern format in the future?

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