We made it to $1,000!

The Magnolia Review

Thank you to our 28 backers! We are 18% funded with 15 Days to Go! We’ve reached a THOUSAND DOLLARS! Five thousand more and we’ll reach our $6,000 goal to print two volumes of The Magnolia Review, Volume 4, Issue 1, and Volume 4, Issue 2. Thank you for every dollar of $1,108. Keep the pledges coming and keep spreading the word. Let’s make this dream happen.

Check out the Kickstarter project page here (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/magnoliareview/the-magnolia-review-volume-4?ref=nav_search&result=project&term=the%20magnolia%20review).

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12% Funded! Printer Updates!

We’ve pledged $763 of the $6,000 goal with 23 backers! Thank you for your support. With 20 days to go, let’s make physical copies of The Magnolia Review Volume 4 a reality. (Check out the Kickstarter here.)

I have proofs from the printer for Volume 4, Issue 1.

Proof from printer of Volume 4, Issue 1
Proof from printer of Volume 4, Issue 1

 

Proof of cover from printer of Volume 4, Issue 1
Proof of cover from printer of Volume 4, Issue 1

Postcards have arrived for Volume 4, Issue 1, featuring Sandy Coomer’s Phoenix Rising.

Postcards of Sandy Coomer's Phoenix Rising, from Volume 4, Issue 1
Postcards of Sandy Coomer’s Phoenix Rising, from Volume 4, Issue 1

Please spread the word and keep pledging!

Thank you!

Suzanna

Kickstarter for The Magnolia Review is Live!

Check out the Kickstarter for Volume 4. The goal is to print physical copies of Volume 4, Issue 1, and Volume 4, Issue 2. There are postcards, bookmarks, and physical copies of the issues available as rewards. Check out the project here.

September 2018 Update

It’s been a busy year! I’ve switched full time jobs, resumed my graduate studies at OSU, and renewed my goals for creativity. There is also good news coming for The Magnolia Review, which I can’t share yet.

I’ve started a Dream Book, my term for a book that collects my lists and dreams in one place. A place to explore ideas and to return to them later. I chose a handmade book made by Meagan Meli, because the cover says, “Here lies my thoughts undone, Started many, finished none.” Which both makes me laugh and makes me want to see if I can finish more than none.

Inktober is coming! As is NaNo (National Novel Writing Month). I’ve decided to do a science-fiction novel project this year.

My goal is to write 100 letters and share them on The Letter Project. Here is 25 and 26.

I’ve also decided to tackle my various comic project ideas, and just practice making comics in general.

My writing focus will be on revising a traditional novel, drawing ASHES: THE GRAPHIC NOVEL, and writing my new NaNo novel project.

I’ve also been reading quite a bit, and I’ve read 95 books so far this year. It’s nice to be back in the reading swing of things!

Until next time, and be creative,

Suzanna

Tiny Letter

I started a Tiny Letter Account, if you’d like to sign up for a short update on my creative projects.

https://tinyletter.com/suzannaanderson

NaNo 2017–Day 20

I made it to 50,000 words on the 13th. I was able to officially validate my novel today and be declared a winner. Right now I have 55,952 words. Now to finish some letters for my book and work on the comic layouts.

NaNo 2017–Day 11

Made it to 41,102 words. Almost there!

NaNo 2017–Day 5

Made it to 20,018. Winter Wheat helped give me some ideas for this novel and more. It was a good weekend.

NaNo 2017–Day 3

I made it to 10,816 words on day 2. Today I made it 16,594. On track for the reverse NaNo!

NaNo 2017–Day 1

Made it 8,589 words so far. Reverse NaNo is working so far this year.