We’re always looking for talented people to help us put out a better and better magazine, and we’re happy to announce that we’ve found some. We look forward to sharing their contributions with you, and hope you enjoy their work for Patrol.
Jonathan Fitzgerald is our new managing editor. A Massachusetts native, he earned his B.A. from Gordon College and M.A. in English from the University of Massachusetts in Boston. His writing has appeared in Intégrité, Books & Culture, and Relevant. He and his wife Stephanie live across the Hudson from New York in Jersey City, N.J., where he's a web developer and writer for the Jersey City Independent.
One of Jonathan's many specialties around the Patrol headquarters is responding to pitches from new writers, which we're always on the lookout for. You can send them to him at email@example.com. He's also got a brand new blog on our site, so stop by and give him a warm welcome.
John Wofford has been with us for a good while now, and now we're happy to welcome him as our newest music editor. In addition to his reviews and interviews for Patrol, John has reviewed music and books on Soul-Audio, Stereo Subversion and The Christian Manifesto. A native of Calhoun, Georgia, John is headed to Michigan to study communications at Aquinas College.
John is primarily responsible for managing and scheduling Patrol's music reviews. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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