Tell us about your newsletter!
Discussion started by Jennifer Burgess , on 03 October 11:40 PM

It would be great to learn what other editors are up to. What makes your newsletter stand out? What changes have you implemented?

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Barbara Philbrick
Lines & Letter is the Northeast Ohio chapter's newsletter. We try for monthly from Sept - May. Ours is also delivered online in a blog format (we use Joomla). It's at http://www.neostc.org/cms/index.php/resources/lines-a-letters.html
Wednesday, 12 October 2011 07:35
 
Jennifer Burgess
SuperScript is an online bi-monthly newsletter for the Alberta Chapter. It recently migrated to being completely online and works as a more feature-based compliment to the website's blog. The newsletter serves a platform for chapter members to publish their work and as a method for keeping members up to date on Chapter events.
http://superscript.stc-alberta.org/
Tuesday, 11 October 2011 23:19
 
Rick Sapir
The Carolina Communique is wiki-based. Writers and editors are able to collaborate on articles, online. Readers are able to print individual articles, the quarterly edition, or "customized" newsletter (based on their selected articles) for offline reading. We've also won APEX and STC Competition awards. Starting in 2011, we also produce Ebook editions (in epub and Kindle formats) of the Communique.

See http://newsletter.stc-carolina.org for details.
Tuesday, 04 October 2011 08:17