The Final Issue of the Longest Year

The last issue of Space and Time magazine is now available on Amazon here. What a year… and somehow we never missed an issue. This is a testament to all our editors, associate editors, readers, proofers, artists, poets, authors… it takes a village. Because of teamwork, we close this year still standing.

This also marks the second year of our time with the magazine. The first year was a test run to get familiar with the publication, staff and readers. The second year was where we would find our stride we thought. Then 2020 came along and collectively kicked all the feet out from under everyone simultaneously.

We are pleased to still be here. We thought we might make a few changes to the magazine in 2020… tweaks really. We introduced an audiobook version of each issue and thought that would be the exciting news of the year. Instead, it’s been 2020. I think everything has changed. We’ve pivoted more than the New York City Ballet just to remain on stage.

It’s with great relief I close out this year and present #139, the final issue of Space and Time for 2020. And with that, I have no more words. I’m off to toast the full moon, the end of this year and hope for the new one… and I may not stop toasting until the new one 🍾😂 🥂

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About Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith is a third-generation Shimanchu-American and an award-winning poet, author, and publisher with over 20 years of experience in newspaper journalism. Publisher of Space & Time magazine (est. 1966), a two-time Bram Stoker Awards® Winner and HWA Mentor of the Year for 2020, she offers free classes for writers on her website.

2 thoughts on “The Final Issue of the Longest Year

  1. Marge Simon

    Bravo to you and to your excellent team of talented folks assisting you! May 2021 turn out much better for all, and goodbye to Covid.


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