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Blocks magazine announces new editor Administrator Posts: 1,216,632
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Blocks magazine announces new editor

Since its debut in 2014, Blocks Magazine has been going from strength to strength. There have been numerous personnel changes over the years and a change of ownership last year.

It's currently the best its ever been and that's largely thanks the current line-up of editor Chris Wharfe, deputy editor Graham Hancock and USA editor Daniel Konstanski.

Chris and Graham are also involved with the Brick Fanatics website, where Graham held the position of editor until last month when the site announced that Chris was taking over that role.

Now, in an amusing turn of events, Graham has bagged Chris's old job to become editor of Blocks Magazine!

They are both great guys and I wish them the best of luck in their new roles. We'll be working closely with Graham in the future to help promote the magazine. If you've not yet taken out a subscription now would be a good time to do so: there's a lot of high quality content in it nowadays that you won't find elsewhere.

A press release has been issued, which you read after the break.

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