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Weekly Newsletter #44: Daylight Savings Ends

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By: burgundy bug

Clock Guy: Time exists to make sense, yet it hardly makes all that much sense at all.

Source: My Brain 10 | Penelope Peru Photography

Gooooood morning, bug buddies! We hope those of you reading in (most of) the western hemisphere have enjoyed sleeping in an extra hour this morning.

As for the rest of you? Well, we hope you had a sweet and restful night’s sleep, too.

Fast Fact:
Hawaii, most of Arizona, and some regions in New Mexico don’t observe Daylight Saving Time.

Source: Time and Date

Weekly Recap

We began this week by shining our artist spotlight on @lones_felt_and_craft, an Instagram user who wows their followers with Nordic felt crafts.

Rather than releasing “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology” on Monday, we had to announce that we are delaying the release due to a technical difficulty. As you may already know, the InDesign file for “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology” crashed 102 pages into working on the issue and one day before its release.

More information about the delay of “The Burungy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology” is available in our announcement from last week and in our monthly newsletter released yesterday.

If you have any questions about the delay, please contact us.

Jumping right back into the swing of things, we tuned in to Jesse and Austin from the amp-defying rock band, “The Bronze Age,” to learn more about their latest single, upcoming album, as well as their 2020 United States tour.

On Wednesday, we released our interview with Teri Anderson, an artist known for her transformative textiles and geometric art.

One, two, skip a few days. We wrapped up this week with our monthly newsletter yesterday.

Going Forward

Going forward, we are going to release coverage of the National College Media Convention that took place in Washington D.C. over the weekend.

Additionally, we will discuss our experiences at the Newsuem, a museum that highlights the importance of the First Amendment, which is permanently closing on Dec. 31, 2019, according to their website.

We will also post photos from our trip to Washington D.C., which includes pictures from (accidentally) stumbling into the Washington Nationals’ world series parade, on Penelope Peru Photography, so stay tuned!

As we had mentioned in our monthly newsletter yesterday, we are going to look into live streaming and hosting a Q + A as we work on recreating “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology” from scratch.

Speaking of which, here’s a teaser of the new cover from the rework of this issue:

Teaser of “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology”

Source: The Burgundy Zine

We are aiming to get “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology” out by Nov. 12 and will regularly post updates on our Instagram story as we continue to chip away at the rework.

By the end of this week, we’ll release more information about contributing to our next issue of The Burgundy Zine, which is centered around holidays and history. The Burgundy Zine #11 is scheduled for release on Nov. 28.

In the meantime, go checkout our highlights from October! While you’re browsing, be sure to give our October “Songs of the Month” playlist a listen.

Until next week,
burgundy bug >:^)

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A cynical optimist and mad scientist undercover, burgundy bug is the editor, graphic designer, webmaster, social media manager, and primary photographer for The Burgundy Zine. Entangled in a web of curiosity, burgundy bug’s work embodies a wide variety of topics including: neuroscience, psychology, ecology, biology, cannabis, reviews, fashion, entertainment, and politics. You can learn more about working with burgundy bug by visiting her portfolio website: burgundybug.com

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