WHAT PEOPLE SAY
In this deracinated age, serious thought and analysis is often drowned out by the babble of trolls and transient fads. It is too easy, when encountering serious thought, to just walk on by, especially if it is critical. In our media and celebrity-obsessed age, many who the magazine cover, usually critically (in fact invariably so!), often find it the wisest course of action to ignore what we have to say. In public that is, but not privately! There have been exceptions, and we have in our pages printed criticisms from all quarters, usually followed by a response from ourselves.
There are of course exceptions to every rule, and in this section we reproduce some of them, and in the fullness of time will reproduce more.
But for now, scan on the right three types of engagement with the magazine:
1) A genuine reader response, recounting honestly the immersive and even semi-addictive experience that meeting NFB for the first time can be: see the Spectrezine review and the 'This reader likes us' article.
2) Genuine outrage from a featured target (in this case neo-Nazi Eddie Stampton) who knows what we are about (or rather thinks they do) and wants to warn others. Good luck with that!
3) Finally there are genuine attempts to engage with some at least of our content and our approach: into which category comes the Lobster review of NFB issue 11. This type of article we like best of all.
As time permits, more will be put online, including material that was either never on the internet (NI) or was produced pre-internet (PI). Watch this space!