Posted in 2016-2017, Issue #03

Letter From the Editor

Dear Reader,

Hello and welcome to Post Script Magazine.

We’ve come to the last edition of Post Script for the current school year.  At the beginning of this year, we were tasked with continuing the magazine to share what we love doing.  Through our works, we have shown some of the things most important to us.  The end of the year comes with a lot of stress as everyone’s involved with final exams and portfolios and performances, so this last issue is a bit smaller than our previous two.  However, the pieces are still thoughtful and well-written.

With this final issue, we’ve turned to the future for our theme.  We’ve chosen to focus this issue on “aspirations.”  While there is a lot of stress that comes with the end of the year, there’s also a lot of talk of reminiscence and hopes for whatever is down the line.   It’s full of speculation and planning for the future, full of excitement.  These are the hopes of our writers.

I want to thank everyone who has been a part of Post Script within this past year as I’m graduating and passing on the role of editor in chief.  It’s been a lot of fun working with you all and I’m glad to have had this opportunity to work with you all.  Thank you for everything.

So please enjoy, be inspired, take these aspirations as if they were your own.  And as always:

speak loudly, write louder.


Max A. Gamerman

Editor in Chief

Find the index for our third 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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