This has been the most unnerving activity to date. I have a love-hate relationship with WordPress right now.
So here’s what I ended up doing: I created a different blog.
Below is the second blog that is SFSH’s domain:
Instead of mashing the Art 110 stuff together with SFSH, I just had to separate the two from each other completely. On the menu of ajfloresca.wordpress.com, there is a link to the SFSH website. It’s pretty straight forward once you’re there. I bombard you with a couple of info about the zine and a widget from ISSUU, an online publishing website where I published the first edition of the zine:
As of right now, my goals include getting more content up on the website and meet/gain readers. I looked at some of the magazines on ISSUU and they’re all great. Some of the ones I like are Frrresh Magazine and Cherry. These magazines consist of writings, collages, paintings, drawings, so many good things. My audience for SFSH isn’t exactly definite because I want everyone of all ages to read it. I want people to be drawn in by the zine’s weirdness, and in a way, just appreciate it. They don’t have to analyze and break down everything they read word by word. Reading beyond the homework and school is very healthy to the mind, and I want people to realize that. In the SFSH Zine #1 on ISSUU, there is a part near the back where I write an “anonymous” letter to a reader. I got this idea from the hashtag #moreloveletters and I plan on incorporating segments of these quick “love” letters in the zine. This hashtag is such a great way to show that people think about other people’s welfare, despite having own troubles. By writing letters of advice, reminders, or appreciation, it makes me content to know that someone will find it and be renewed by it. This is my way of helping other people.