Publishing a Webzine #2: Community

Most people acquainted with any form of SF fandom have already experienced the sense of community that goes along with it. In my experience, the individuals in the SF community and its subgroups have always seemed willing to give their advice and support. As an aspiring writer I have always found a plenitude of other writers willing to critique my work both in person and through online workshops. And before I started Port Iris, I found multiple people willing to freely share their experiences.

Last night, I had the opportunity to participate in a chat with multiple other editors and some writers on Twitter. The chat was organized by Jaym Gates, intern editor for Fantasy Magazine, and will be a reoccurring event. For updates on the zinechat, dates will be announced at or follow the Twitter hashtag, #zinechat.

I found some new contacts and have already received some fantastic information.

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