editorial spring 2011
enjoy our very first venture!
Welcome to the inaugural edition of OUTVisions Magazine
This is more than just a feature magazine. We hope it will prove to be a way of life for the LGBT professional.
This publication has been crafted for the enjoyment of all readers, but with significant focus directed to the gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgendered community.
Our features will showcase high-profile individuals who have influenced and significantly supported the gay community. Content may cover events, health and wellness, business, travel, food, but there have been no limitations placed on what we include in the pages of OUTVisions. Rather, we plan to listen to our readers, take their feedback and follow the direction of what we hear.
This edition is chock full of great stories.
Look no further than our profile of two excellent authors in Tanya Huff and Fiona Patton, a couple since 1986. A love of the written word brought them together and now, they are both successful, published novelists.
So, do you enjoy reading? We’ve got book reviews. How about eating? Yes? Good, we’ve got food and wine articles. Travel bug bit you? How about Paris? Like to look sharp? OUTVisions will have a regular fashion package.
This publication is about life and enjoying it to its fullest, but that is not to say we will not be including content on serious topics of the day, opinion and politics.
To attain that goal, we want you, good reader, to buy into OUTVisions and make it your own. We would like you to tell us what you like, what you don’t like and what you would like to see included. The pages of this publication are new and vital and we want them to be fully in tune with the readers they serve. I ask you to email me at: email@example.com
You’ll see us pop up on a quarterly basis. If there is a spot near you where you think it would be ideal to arrange a drop-off for copies, do let me know and we will do our best to make the arrangements.
We look forward to many years of serving the LGBT community, so grab a latte, sit back and enjoy our very first venture.
Colin Sines, Associate Editor
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