Eastlit September 2014 and Eastlit October 2014 have both come out without mention here. It has been a busy time on other fronts, but now I will take a few minutes to mention both of them. Both have again been very read with continuing year on year growth. Oddly enough both issues yet again featured 5 new writers to Eastlit. This seems to becoming a regular thing, but one without any plan to be that way.
The September issue cover features the picture Boracay Yachts by Simon Anton Nino Diego Baena. The October shows Canton Tower in the Mist by Miodrag Kojadinovic. We seems to be getting a nice contrast of pictures from across the region right now, but we always welcome more submissions especially of anything unusual or from a country so far unfeatured on the cover!
It is a great feeling coming towards the end of the second year of Eastlit. That means 24 issues. When we started out I read that most new journals lasted 2 issues and 6 months. Whatever happens now, we have achieved a lot more than that at Eastlit. And that seems a nice positive note on which to finish.
Thanks to all our readers.