November 10, 2019
Weekly Newsletter #45: Schmoozy Newsy
The west side of the Berlin Wall on display at the NewsuemSource: Newsuem | Penelope Peru Photography
Phewzy, what a doozy. Upon returning from the College Media Convention last week, we slowzy-woahzy shifted back into the swing of things.
The Burgundy Zine #10 Delay Update
As you may have heard, the release of “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology” had to be delayed until Nov. 12 due to technical difficulties (more information is available in parts one and two of our recent announcements).
Over the weekend, we released a few process updates on our Instagram story:
“Becky Crosby: A Classical Introduction” as seen in “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology”Source: The Burgundy Zine
“Becoming Maggie Schneider” as seen in “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology”Source: The Burgundy Zine
“Julia Lambert: Blossoming into a Wild Rose in the City” as seen in “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology”Source: The Burgundy Zine
“Professional Smiler Cassidy King: Being Okay with Not Being Okay” as seen in “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology”Source: The Burgundy Zine
“The Bronze Age On Being ‘People People‘” as seen in “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology”Source: The Burgundy Zine
Music Spotlight logo as seen in “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology”Source: The Burgundy Zine
We will continue posting updates pertaining to “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology” and upcoming issues on our Instagram story. Enjoy!
On Monday, we were over the moon to announce “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology” was “back from the dead.” Yeah, talk about spooky. In all seriousness, we can’t thank the Adobe Corrupt File Department enough.
On Wednesday, we directed our artist spotlight towards Samuya for her beautiful paintings that are brimming with color.
On Thursday, we shared information about the Real Cannabis Convention for Entrepreneurs taking place in Newark, N.J. on Nov. 15 through 16.
Then, we took one last glance at the Newsuem in Washington D.C. before they permanently close their doors on Dec. 31.
On Friday, we shared our experiences from the National College Media Convention, which took place in Washington D.C. from Oct. 31 through Nov. 3.
Last but not least, Mahik’s gave us something to look forward to in the winter months that await us with her poem, “Springz Knocking.”
Going forward, we will begin releasing more history and holiday-themed content after “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology” is published on Nov. 12
Although we had mentioned information about submitting to “The Burgundy Zine #11” would be released by the end of this past week, we’ve decided to hold off until “The Burgundy Zine #10: Spooky Psychology” is out to prevent confusion.
That being said, more information about contributing to the November issue of our digital magazine will be released this week. For real this time.
Additionally, we have another interview with a special guest coming up for this week’s installment of Tune-In Tuesdays, so keep an ear out!
In the meantime, we encourage you to take a look at the highlights from our trip to Washington D.C. on Penelope Peru Photography. Enjoy!
Until next week,
burgundy bug >:^)
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