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Foreword

Welcome to issue twelve, and welcome to what is technically the start of spring. Here in the North of England, we’re buried under snow drifts due to passing Siberian winds. With that backdrop, this issue feels very appropriate in how it tackles life and death. As an editor, I never plan these things, the ideas simply come out once all the pieces for an issue have come together, but this month we cover medical crises, suicide, awful governmental decisions, eternal punishment, working in accounts, cat ownership and football. This is an issue that sinks its teeth into you. Some thankyous before we commence: thank you to all of our contributors, all our submitters and everyone that supports us – your help is very much appreciated and Riggwelter couldn’t happen without you. Thank you for your wonderful work and spreading the word. On a personal note, thank you very much to Ronnie Goodyer and Dawn Bauling at Indigo Dreams Publishing Ltd. for working so hard with me on my debut pamphlet, &, which is out later this month. You can check that out here: http://www.indigodreams.co.uk/amy-kinsman/4594216097 Thank you to everyone working right now in essential services and to get the country operating again as soon as possible – you don’t get enough thanks for what you do, and this issue is dedicated to you. Curl up with a hot drink and a blanket and enjoy. Together we’ll dream of Spring.

Amy Kinsman (Founding Editor)

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