Discover more from Wayfare
Announcing Issue 2
We are delighted to announce that Issue 2 of Wayfare is coming soon! We can’t wait to share the beautiful essays, art, poetry and fiction we’ve been working on. We’ll be printing and mailing Issue 2 in late July, so if you aren’t already a print subscriber, consider becoming one today. Not only will you directly support Wayfare’s mission to publish spiritually uplifting writing and art, but you’ll receive beautiful print issues right in your mailbox. In a world of digital abstraction, choose physicality!
To celebrate, we’d like to invite you to join us for an issue release party. For those in Utah, we’re having an in-person party Friday July 7th, 6pm at Writ & Vision in Provo.
For those elsewhere, we’ll have a virtual launch party on Wednesday July 12th 7pm MT. We hope you can join us! Please RSVP below.
The title of Issue 2 is “Celestial Navigation” and here are some of the writers you will find in Issue 2.
The issue will also feature the art of J. Kirk Richards, Emily Fox King, James Rees, Lisa De Long, Jorge Cocco, Esther H. Candari, Stephanie Kelly Clark, Tali Hafoka, and many more.
Each page of Issue 2 has been lovingly crafted and we want as many people as possible to experience the print version of the magazine. If you’re on the fence about becoming a print subscriber, here is the Issue 1 PDF to peruse. We hope it wins you over.
Already a print subscriber? Consider purchasing a gift subscription for a family member or friend. It will be sure to spark nourishing conversations (and show off your good taste to boot).
Since we launched Wayfare six months ago, we’ve published more than 100 pieces of writing, including essays, poetry, fiction, oratory, Terryl Givens’ remarkable column, James Goldberg’s gorgeous gospel retelling, and Blair Hodges’ podcast series on Early Christianity. You can choose which genres you get sent to your inbox here.
Here is what a few people have said about Wayfare:
“Wayfare is the most encouraging development that I've seen in Mormon letters for some time.” -Nate Oman
“Unbelievably thoughtful and gorgeous.” -Melissa Inouye
“I couldn't be more impressed.” -Joe Spencer
“An astonishing and beautiful publication.” -Ardis Parshall
“Amazing.” -Steven Peck
“I love what Wayfare is doing.” -Sam Brown
“A triumph.” -Adam Miller
“Marvelous!” -Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
These are our most popular pieces so far:
Thank you for reading and supporting Wayfare. If you have any feedback, comments or might be interested in writing for us, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In friendship and faith,
Subscribe today and support faithful and inspiring Latter-day Saint writing and art.