Photo: "Prometheus," by Paul Manship, Rockefeller Center, New York.

“Prometheus,” by Paul Manship, Rockefeller Center, New York.

Dear Friends, Readers, and Supporters of Weekly Hubris:

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The magazine is an utterly independent, paper-less e-zine which has now, for a decade, provided a portal for a host of diverse, international contributors. It is funded solely by donations from readers, contributors, and Tim-the-Webmaster (Yes: in addition to providing content at no charge, we all contribute funds, time, and labor to keep Weekly Hubris up on the web).

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