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Wednesday, October 23, 2013
A Great Reason to Join the Watson Society
The inaugural issue of The Watsonian, the journal of the fledgling John H. Watson Society, is making its way to members shortly, and it's impressive.
Contributors include Donald A. Yates, Ann Margaret Lewis, Don Libey, Hugh Ashton, and your humble servant among many others. As one of the writers, I can assure you that it was carefully edited by Joanne Yates.
The 150-page, bound publication, filled with incisive articles would be impressive by any measure, but even more so given that the society is less than a year old and has fewer than 100 members. Those numbers should grow in response to this journal, which is included with the modest two-year membership fee of $40 for U.S. members, $50 for international members.
To learn more about the JHWS, visit the website.
Posted by Doctor Dan at 12:00 AM