Volume 3, Issue 2: Winter 1995
From the Wild Side . . . notes from the editor.
Well, I'm sure I'm not the only one that has had a crazy term. It has been full of excitement and deadlines, but through it all I have felt that The Promethean's outcome would reflect nothing but the excellence found on Concordia's campus. I hope that you will agree as you look through the pages of this term's issue.
I would like to take an opportunity to express my gratitude to all of those people who have helped me "learn the ropes" this term. First of all, thanks to my staff for accepting a new editor with no questions asked. I appreciate all the work that you have put in on this issue--it certainly shows. Also, thank you to those wonderfully, creative people that have put their hearts into their work and then decided to share it with the world. Your submissions are greatly valued. Next, a few personal thanks to those who supported me: Geramy, for your extra trips around town, Erich, for all the "brain-picking" that I did, and to my parents for the late nights on the computer (I promise to be more social now).
My congratulations to Randy Bush and Midge Kehoe for their $25 prize winning visual art entry. The cover looks terrific! I did not realize that such artistic talent was found within the Bush family tree.
I hope all those readers who crack these pages find the joy that this journal has brought to me. Enjoy reading it!
Dr. Daniel Wright, Advisor
Heidi R. Rapp, Editor-in-Chief
Andy Werth, Short Story Editor
Steven Jackson, Poetry Editor
Chris Martin, Visual Arts Editor
Erich S. Schneider
Cover by Randy Bush and Midge Kehoe