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GeoCurrents Suspension

Submitted by on June 17, 2016 – 1:14 pm 15 Comments |  
Dear Readers,

I am sorry to say that I have decided to suspend the publication of new posts on GeoCurrents for at least one year.  I will reconsider this decision in June 2017, and I may begin posting again at that time.

I have very much enjoyed writing for this site, and I do hope to return to it at some time. For the time being, however, other obligations demand my time.

Many thanks to everyone who has read the articles posted on this site and special thanks to those who have provided comments.

Best wishes,

Martin Lewis

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  • Vatroslav Herceg

    Thank you for this magnificent site! I have really learned alot. This was one of the best sites of the web!
    I hope that you dont have any private or health problems, I wish you all the best and I also hope that Geocurrents will be kicking again!

  • David Lynch

    Thank you for your posts. Your work is both far ranging and excellent… so much so that I have wondered how you keep up the pace. A suspension of posts is therefore understandable. Thanks again for sharing your work.

  • A Reader

    Thank you for all the excellent posts.

  • SFrankel

    Thanks for everything. I hope that you will be able to write more in the future. Geocurrents is one of my favorite sites, and I’m grateful for all you’ve done.

  • Carrekl

    Thanks for the amazing slides, truly remarkable and outstanding work. I hope we will see you around again!

  • Christophe Mandy

    Thank you for your fascinating posts. I’ll be sorry not to get to regularly read your insightful analyses. Wishing you all the best from Boston!

  • Franco

    thank you! You’ve been a daily read for the last couple of years. We’ll miss you!

  • Gabriel

    Thanks a lot for your insightful posts.

  • Fernando Adolfo Castellanos

    Why?

  • Kevin O’Hara

    Excellent site, Thank you

  • Robin Wilkinson

    Wishing you a wonderful year…and I look forward to your (hopeful) return!

  • Michael Halpin

    Say it isn’t so…
    First day back from summer break, and already the new semester is looking bleak. You will be missed!

  • Luke S.

    We will miss you, have a great holiday season.

  • Simple Buyer

    There are a lot more people now ready to receive your work. I will check back in June, to be sure.