Oh, the joy of feasting once again on a magazine of short stories ("Tales for a Summer Day," July 1). When I was growing up, such magazines as Liberty, Collier's and Saturday Evening Post were eagerly awaited and their short stories devoured upon arrival.
Then such magazines disappeared, forever, we thought. Then Los Angeles Times Magazine brings back the days of my girlhood, and with such beautiful stories. None of that esoteric stuff I can hardly comprehend, but human stories about real people.
Keep it up! Maybe the young people will come back to the pleasures of reading instead of their robotic TV watching.