Today is the Pure Entertainment Preservation Society’s third anniversary! Three years ago today, we published our first article on this blog, The Production Code of 1930’s Impact on America. This research paper which Rebekah and I wrote was the basis of our whole movement for bringing back the Motion Picture Production Code. Since then, we have published 380 articles, not counting this one. We have gained 388 followers. We have hosted seven blogathons. We have hosted five seasonal events. We have started five series with varying degrees of regularity in publication. Through all this, we have had 25,905 views from 12,298 visitors! Thank you, everyone!
On this anniversary, I would like to announce two huge successes for PEPS this week. On Tuesday, two articles I wrote were published in major publications! Firstly, my first article as a new columnist for Shine On Hollywood Magazine came out in their 7th anniversary edition. I answered many questions about myself and my goals in my two-page article, which is on pages 52-53. This free online magazine is all about positivity in Hollywood, so my focus on clean movies impressed the founding editor-in-chief, Arnold Garcia. I am looking forward to contributing to this online publication in every issue from now on and sharing my success with you here!
On the same day, my first article ever to be published in a print publication came out! An article I wrote on the Code and its influence on society was published in the New York and Washington D.C. edition of The Epoch Times, a newspaper which is dedicated to truth and tradition. My article was called “The Key to the Golden Era of Hollywood: A set of standards versus a set of letters.” You can also read it online here. I am a freelance contributor to this publication. I already am working on my next project for this publication. I am so excited and honored to be working for this prestigious publication, my first real writing job! I look forward to sharing my future successes with you here.
Thank you to all my readers for your continued support. Here’s to another wonderful year for PEPS! Long live pure entertainment and wonderful Code films!
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