Elizabeth Roberts has taken over as the new Editor of Black & White Photography magazine, from David Corfield, who took over from Ailsa McWhinnie. David, whose tenure was short-lived, was an "editor-at-large," not working daily at the main office. I don't know the reasons for David's decision to leave, but suspect it simply involved conflicts with his other enterprises and activities. Liz was Deputy Editor of the magazine under Ailsa, and is very familiar with its history, writers, and audience. I had a long talk with her the other day, and I'm looking forward to seeing the direction she will bring to the magazine.
I'm currently at work on my 65th monthly column for the magazine—time really does fly!
P.S. Here's what the subscriber cover looks like, more or less...sorry about the reflections; I don't have a copy stand, I just slapped my copy down on the back deck and photographed it.
As Craig Ferguson might say, Remind you of anything?