Winter 2013 issue update: progress. and almost ready.

2 Feb

on nassau

Dear Beautiful Readers,

We are so happy to share our Winter issue news with you. All work is edited and ready, and we are putting final touches on both versions of the issue.  Both versions, you say. Yes. We are releasing a black and white print version of the issue (via Amazon and Lulu) and a full-color version as an ebook (via Amazon for Kindle and iTunes as an iBook). The two versions required separate design and editing work, a labor of love, we happily admit, and we love both.

In the issue we have poetry and stories and photoessays and urban mural process and endless interviews with Fascinating People.

So stay tuned in. And in the first week of March, join us for the virtual release party.

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