Letters to the editor

We'd love to hear from you about our articles and themes.

These letters are some of the responses to our first ever issue, themed around bereavement, but also about seasonal food, desire, style, art and environment.

We've really enjoyed hearing from you, and hope you'll find food for thought and comment in this issue too.

To the WOJO team,

I’m into any articles about the environment right now and after reading Wendy Cotton’s piece I went straight out and bought a reusable mug.  Thank you for the nudge Wojo!​​

Liz Brotherton

Dear WOJO Editors

Very interesting, the whole thing.  Extremely well presented and put together.  I enjoyed the art article. 

It was great to read a female artist writing about her work about the body.  It reminded me of art in the 1970s.  I’m not an artist but I’ve not been aware of any work done much since. 


WOJO Editors

I have to admit that I avoided the article on bereavement and grief as I’m still so affected by mother’s recent death, although I can see how it would interest those who are ready.  

My favourite sections are the food and style articles.  Comfort food is my weakness and I love individual style and fashion.  The ladies did look happy to be a part of it all.  

I think the magazine is great, but I'm still a bit of a techno-phobe and dinosaur so I might still be more likely to buy Vogue magazine or read a book.

I think the concept is good and wish everyone working towards making it a success a happy and productive year.


To Emma Rawlins (Editor: The Body)

Well done to you and the team- I really enjoyed WOJO and have added my email to the subscibers list for further editions and will send to friends.  I loved the clean, fresh look, great articles with interesting content. Think the name is great too.

It would be great to have the recipes in a printable format- call me old fashioned but I do like printing out recipes- I copied and pasted them into a word document. 

The magazine definitely appeals to a target audience not catered for (or maybe don’t look for ) women’s magazine.  I am looking forward to the next edition.

Trudie Loveridge