… wanted it to exist, so I created it myself, and it’s grown into something great for the community. No one’s stopping you from creating your own lettering club or starting a meetup or whatever you want to do in your community. No one gave me permission to create my own mini-lettering conference, but I did it. Why not? There are no rules.
…assigning editor, and waiting weeks for the editor to resurface with a demand for a rewrite — asap. Grose has been there, so she’s careful to acknowledge receipt of their stories and to let contributors know when to expect an edit. “I try to give them as much information as I’m able to, because I know that, especially for freelance writers, they need to structure their time,” she says. “I can’t say that my record is 100% clean, but I do try.”