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GeoCurrents Suspension

Submitted by on January 17, 2015 – 10:09 am 14 Comments |  
ancient map of the worldDear Readers,

Due to a number of professional obligations and personal matters, I must suspend GeoCurrents until at least April 2015. At that time I will reconsider the future of the site. Many thanks to those who have read the blog, and special thanks to those who have taken the time to provide informative comments.

Best wishes to all,

Martin Lewis

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  • Mansion Beach

    Hope you will be back soon. You have given us a lot of though-provoking and incisive articles.

  • Verpadoro

    I hope that new articles will be released next spring/summer.

    A french reader who loves GC.

  • Der Binger

    I hope to see you back soon.. I enjoy very much this site 🙂

  • Conuly

    I hope everything’s all right and you’re back soon 🙂

  • sunpapushi

    I hope you return.

  • strad77

    Hope everything’s ok and that you will be back in the spring. Thanks for the many interesting articles.

  • Randy McDonald

    I’m sorry to hear this. I hope that you can come back and that, one day not too far in the future, I’ll see new Geocurrents articles on my RSS feed.

  • joseph

    All the best, hope you come back!

  • Alexander Massie

    As a great fan of your writings, I do hope to see your writings return! Your blog offered great insights into current affairs and historical insights about those.
    Good luck and hope to see your blog resume in April.

  • R.S.

    Hope to see you back. This site is an outstanding resource, one of my favorite spots online. Really brilliant and interesting as well as fun. Take care (and please come back!).

  • Luke S.

    I really love this site and await your return in April!

  • Chuck Cairns

    I have very much enjoyed this site since we met in Phantom Ranch. This site contains the most insightful discussion of the issues you write about I have seen anywhere, and, as a linguist, I very much appreciated your writings about language. I hope you’re back soon.

  • Raymond Vincent

    This site is a wonderful resource, thank you.


  • I join into the praises: you must continue to publish one way or another… 😉