Em Dash (theemdash) wrote in fandom_grammar,
Em Dash
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Changing of the Grammarian Guard

Come April every year we do a changing of the guard, bringing in new Fandom Grammarians and allowing current Fandom Grammarians recommit or evaluate that they need to be spending time elsewhere. This year one of our founding grammarians is bidding adieu, and I offer a thank you and a fond fare-thee-well to skroberts.

If you would like to review some of the marvelous articles she's written, you can find her author tag in the community sidebar.

When one door closes, another opens, and so I'm more than pleased to announce the newest members to the Fandom Grammarians. Please welcome ariestess and moon_raven2 to our ranks. You'll be hearing from them both in April.

You can read all about the experiences of our new (and old) Fandom Grammarians at our Meet the Fandom Grammarians post.

I'd like to thank everyone who applied to be a Fandom Grammarian for this round and encourage you to apply again in the future—I'm amazed at the talent we have in the fandom community. Applications will be open again later this year.
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