Posted in 2016-2017, Issue #01

Letter From the Editor

Dear Reader,

Hello and welcome to Post Script Magazine.

At the beginning of last year, the creative writers of Barbara Ingram School for the Arts were tasked with creating an online publication to share what we love doing.  Thus, Post Script was born as an online general feature magazine.  Through our articles, stories, poems, and the occasional lifehack, we shared some of the things most important to us.

This year, we have moved on to a new team of writers, editors, and design and outreach staff.  Along with this new team came a new vision of what the magazine would be.  Our focus this year lies in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry as opposed to last year’s focus on articles.  We will also be updating the magazine in issues rather than articles.

In addition to this, we chose to focus each issue on a theme, something to unite this collection of pieces we’ve worked tirelessly on.  For this issue, our theme is ‘place.’  Whether it be a house or a home, a person or people, we all have some place that’s important to us.  Given that these tendencies toward a place become especially noticeable around the holidays, focusing our first issue for this year in this manner seemed fitting.

So please enjoy, be inspired, consider all the pieces that our writers have eagerly worked on.  And as always:

speak loudly, write louder.


Max A. Gamerman

Editor in Chief

Find the index for our first issue here


Post Script is a magazine written, edited, and produced by the Creative Writing Department of Barbara Ingram School for the Arts. Through our articles, stories, poems, and the occasional lifehack, we have shared some of the things most important to us. There is a remarkable diversity of talent to be found in our students and their work, and we are unified by a common respect for that diversity. The editors and writers that make Post Script possible don’t have an end goal in sight, but instead a vision of a magazine that allows us to explore, learn, and grow. We have ventured into a new medium for self-expression and self-reflection, and hope that our art and the effort that went into this project will encourage, engage, and enlighten readers of all backgrounds.

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