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Janus the Fox

Time for the next issue! This one is a special 50th Issue Anniversary edition, looking back 50 issues that where originally started all the way back to 2006.

 

Read it here: https://issuu.com/avenues1/docs/avenues50th

 

Editing team

Chief Editor: @Janus DarkFox

Layout: @kelico

Co-editors:  @Kikuka @GreyinWonderland 

NEW Benevolent PT Overlord: @AceMissBehaving
 

Creative team@kelico @NickyTannock @ben8884

 

Contributing Writers/Artists: @scarletlatitude 


Special Thanks to: @OptimisticPessimist

 

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For our 51st issue, we will be looking at the Aromantic Intersection.  Exploring aromanticism in how this relates to Asexuality!  

 

Fill out our questions of the month form here: https://forms.gle/uhSWpNLykVa2koPh9

 

Remember, we are always looking for articles and artwork to add to AVENues!
•    To submit creative works, please go here: https://goo.gl/forms/QQqfdfOR69niJFoP2 
•    Send us your asexy jokes and puns here: https://goo.gl/forms/Rg4vlY6XZ7c17bNJ3
•    For larger submissions, please email us at avenues.submissions@gmail.com  
•    You may also send a private message to any of the AVENues staff on AVEN


We are always looking for more people to join our team! Send one of us a message on AVEN for more info!

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That title really threw me for a loop ("AVENues 50th Anniversary") because AVEN--and AVENues--wasn't founded 50 years ago.

 

I don't mean to be a grammar stickler (I know people don't like that; I'm not perfect, either, and make grammar mistakes, too); it's just that, I'm not sure "anniversary" is correct for this (like I said, it really confused me, reading the title), since it's from Latin, meaning "annually."

 

AVENues is released quarterly (i.e. every three months, which is four times a year).

 

Anniversary - Wikipedia

 

The Grammarphobia Blog: What do you call a monthly anniversary?

 

Perhaps, the correct term is "quarterly." I've seen other publications that publish four times a year use that.

 

Quarterly | Definition of Quarterly by Merriam-Webster

 

 

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24 minutes ago, LeChat said:

That title really threw me for a loop ("AVENues 50th Anniversary") because AVEN--and AVENues--wasn't founded 50 years ago.

 

I don't mean to be a grammar stickler (I know people don't like that; I'm not perfect, either, and make grammar mistakes, too); it's just that, I'm not sure "anniversary" is correct for this (like I said, it really confused me, reading the title), since it's from Latin, meaning "annually."

 

AVENues is released quarterly (i.e. every three months, which is four times a year).

 

Anniversary - Wikipedia

 

The Grammarphobia Blog: What do you call a monthly anniversary?

 

Perhaps, the correct term is "quarterly." I've seen other publications that publish four times a year use that.

 

Quarterly | Definition of Quarterly by Merriam-Webster

 

 

Saaame I was fairly confused! XD

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27 minutes ago, LeChat said:

That title really threw me for a loop ("AVENues 50th Anniversary") because AVEN--and AVENues--wasn't founded 50 years ago.

 

I don't mean to be a grammar stickler (I know people don't like that; I'm not perfect, either, and make grammar mistakes, too); it's just that, I'm not sure "anniversary" is correct for this (like I said, it really confused me, reading the title), since it's from Latin, meaning "annually."

 

AVENues is released quarterly (i.e. every three months, which is four times a year).

 

Anniversary - Wikipedia

 

The Grammarphobia Blog: What do you call a monthly anniversary?

 

Perhaps, the correct term is "quarterly." I've seen other publications that publish four times a year use that.

 

Quarterly | Definition of Quarterly by Merriam-Webster

 

 

 

2 minutes ago, Karret said:

Saaame I was fairly confused! XD

I've added the word 'issue' for clarity in the title :cake:

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sweet! (but then again in 4 years it'll be your actual 10 year anniversary)

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two years till im allowed to do writing on here! hopefully i'd have improved in 2 years from the last time i tried applying (i do not want to jinx myself at this point, lol)

 

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