I’d like to welcome Austin Gragg and Anthony R. Rhodes to the Space and Time team. Austin will be stepping in as editor-in-chief and Anthony will be taking over layout. Both Austin and Anthony are already familiar faces at Space and Time. Austin has been a contributing editor for awhile and Anthony has been doing illustrations since before I was part of S&T.
While we expect growing pains, we are happy to be growing. The Space and Time family has expanded as well as opportunities for writers to publish and get feedback… but more on that very soon. We have a big job ahead of us to get our expanded team onboarded and a new workflow built.
Because of this, I’m delaying the next issue of the magazine to next spring with huge apologies. I know our authors, artists and poets are excited to see their work in print and I’ll have some more announcements very soon. There are some good things coming in the very near future—September 8th to be exact. All shall soon be revealed…
For now, huge congratulations and thanks to both Austin and Anthony.
About Austin Gragg:
Austin Gragg is a writer and editor. He has been a finalist in the Writers of the Future Contest and Publishers Weekly has praised his fantasy horror as “decadent.” Austin is the editor in chief at Space & Time Magazine – one of genre’s oldest still running publications. Formerly, Austin has been an IT specialist and a public librarian. He lives in Independence, MO with his partner, daughter, and a pride of small domestic lions. You can follow Austin on Twitter and Instagram (@austingragg) or visit him online at www.austingragg.com.
From Anthony Ryan Rhodes:
I’m a quiet person who long ago enjoyed making art. For over 25 years I worked with persons with disabilities or studied to do so and made no art whatsoever. That changed in 2015 when I discovered the writings of fellow Tulsan, R.A. Lafferty.
My clients have included Google (logo design), Ktistec Press (interior artwork and cover layout), LAFFCON (poster art, booklet cover art and interior layout), as well as logo design for small businesses. My illustrations have appeared in LOCUS Magazine, Space and Time Magazine, and multiple volumes of Feast of Laughter: An Appreciation of R. A. Lafferty.