From the Publisher

From the Publisher

We Interrupt This Broadcast

Sometime between laying out our reviews section and cleaning out our calendar database, in the early morning of May 26, Robert William Koss, second heir to the Koss publishing empire, made his grand entrance. Weighing in at 8 lbs. 5.5 oz. and measuring 21″ in length, the newest addition to the Koss family is already wielding great power over deadlines…


DeeAnn Jennings, who for some time has earned the title of Associate Editor by performing various tasks for the magazine, steps up as Production Manager this issue. Please join me in welcoming her to our somnambulant family.


A great big THANKS goes out to Charley Deppner, Phillip Haire, Tony Coulson, drew West and Lowly Intern Brett Martin for their help in moving the horrifyingly large pile of crap that Ink 19 has accumulated over the last seven years. Especially appreciated were the three hours spent in moving the 21-foot behemoth of a work counter down two flights of stairs… Next up: a painting party.

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