Well over a year ago, while showing my now fiance around the campus at my alma mater, we met up with Dr. Sherry Cook Stanforth for lunch. Before we left, Sherry made a very bold and oddly specific prediction.
She said, “I think you’re going to start a literary journal.”
At first the notion floated in my personal sea of “sounds good” ideas that often don’t materialize. But in the summer of 2014 I decided to go for it. Karen George, my aunt, joined as the fiction editor, and Crystal took on the role of art editor.
Publication was a long road, and I’m still putting some thoughts together to describe what I’ve learned from launching a journal (there were a lot of lessons).
While you’re waiting for that, I encourage you to stop by Waypoints for some fine stories, poems, art and photos. I’m very proud of our little journal, and all the work within. I think you’ll like it.