We're in room 225, Rapson Hall. In attendance: Aaron Westre, David McWilliams.
- Printing: Has anyone at the U done something similar
- We need to make sure that people submitting content understand that the journal will be published in a digital format.
- We should send off a call for submissions soon. We should have submissions coming in at the end of the semester.
- Can we get a space for our stuff and our meetings? Do we want a space in Rapson? This place seems so unstable... holding onto a space seems kind of tenuous.
- Once we have a topic and call for submissions, we should talk to our faculty to see if they know of student work that would fit.
- How many of each back issue do we have? Should we give a copy to all incoming grad students. We could tie this to an event. Aaron will look into this.
- David will try to get a copy of the mission statement and email it around so we can take a look and revise it.
- We will put the next issue online in some manner. We should put as much of the previous issues online as we can. This requires contacting authors to secure rights.
- My thinking is that an online component is essential for us at this time. It can help us gain a wider audience. There could be a free subscription to the web version and a pay subscription that includes the print version and web version with extra content.