Not really. I’ll consider pretty much anything.
It’s been a while
I’d like to apologize for not getting on here much recently. The holidays are a busy time for me and my family (we travel a bit) and between writing, working, shopping, and visiting, I havent’ had much time to write out a satisfactory post. But I’m going to try one now.
I’d like to humbly thank all of you who purchased Little Room. I hope you all enjoyed the first issue of the magazine, and I am determined to become even more familiarized with the publishing business in the next few months so that the next issue will be larger, bolder, and better. The first time of anything is a bit shaky, but I’ve been spending some time looking at some unique magazines for new ideas. I’m hoping to have color photos and artwork in future issues, as well as unusual features and non-fiction essays, two things that I did not include in the previous issue.
Of course, in order to have these things, I need people to submit them. Submissions have drastically slowed down since the first issue’s release, but I want to encourage all to submit something, even if it’s just an idea for a feature. The next issue does not come out until May, so there’s plenty of time, but it’s always good to get something going early so we can both be satisfied with it if it gets published. Submissions, questions, and ideas are always welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you haven’t already, you should consider ‘liking’ Little Room’s Facebook page. It’s a bit quicker for me to post updates on there then here, so it would be safe to assume that the Facebook will have more quips from me than on Tumblr. It’s just fifty times easier to write a quick post rather than a long, winding blog like the one you’re currently reading.
I also want to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy Holidays. I will probably be busy over the next two weeks as well, so I will go ahead and wish you a Happy New Year too. Once January rolls along, I will be posting on here much more in preparation of the next Little Room issue.