Issue 12. That’s now 760 pages of content going back to issue 1. Back when we first started discussing this crazy idea of a free monthly magazine for Disney fans, we were not sure we would have enough content for issue 1, let alone 12 issues. Now that issue 12 is here, our writers are still churning out great stories and the backlog of ideas just seems to be getting longer every month.
As I look back at the last year of WDWNT: The Magazine, I am incredibly proud of what this team has accomplished. No other group of in the Disney community is creating a monthly magazine containing top-notch writing combined with eye-catching graphics and photos and then giving it away for free. It’s a tribute to the passion and dedication of the writing, editing, photography, and layout teams that WDWNT: The Magazine continues to grow in both popularity and quality. More importantly, this team is not content with what has been accomplished so far. We are moving ever forward and are focused on continuing to bring the best Disney-based long-form content in the community to our readers.
This month has a great collection of articles covering topics as diverse as the physics of Mission: Space, the Disney Dining Plan, soups in Walt Disney World, the relevance of Disney theme parks in 2012, the D23 experience for international members, a look back at The Timekeeper attraction, vinylmation, and Mondo art. In a first for WDWNT: The Magazine, this issue also features the debut of a fictional work being presented serially.
We hope that you will find the articles within both entertaining and educational. If you have any suggestions or feedback, we are always happy to hear from our readers. Just send an email to WDWNTthemagazine@wdwnt.com and share your thoughts.
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