It's been a busy few weeks for Limestone. We have a new editorial team in place, and we're putting together a new issue. Amazingly, this will be Limestone's 30th issue, although it's our inaugural online issue. The decision to shift our journal to an electronic format wasn't made lightly--there's something about holding a print publication that just can't be replicated. But, in the electronic age, it makes sense to publish on a forum that will reach a greater audience. It can only be a good thing for both Limestone and our wonderful contributors alike. This electronic format also allows us to be more versatile in the work we accept. We can now accept prose of up to 30 pages, color photography and artwork, and, excitingly, we now have a way to share audio submissions with our readers. We hope to be developing that part of our journal over the coming months. However, this doesn't mean the end of print publications from Limestone; we're currently working on something wonderful that we hope to announce soon. 

In the meantime, though, we have that new edition to develop. I can promise you that we have some superb work to share with you and we're privileged to do so. 

WT Young Library, early on an April morningHere on campus, spring is in full swing, and it won't be too long before we're enjoying the heady days of summer. Over the summer, the Limestone staff typically does not read submissions, although we will still accept them via our submissions manager. We encourage you to submit your work throughout the summer-we'll be delighted to receive it--but please bear in mind that you may not receive a response until the new academic year starts and we resume normal activities. 

So, watch this space for further announcements. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for up-to-the-minute news and photographs.