On behalf of the Haute Dish staff and
Metropolitan State University, let me personally welcome you
to the Fall 2005 edition of Haute Dish.
The theme for this issue is, “Something
About Me.” We asked for – and received –
prose, poetry, rhetoric and visual art that reflects the stories
of the adult learners who created the work.
Everyone, please welcome incoming Managing
Editor Kristin Johnson. You may know her from her work here
or at The Metropolitan. She brought us a fantastic idea, and
we’re going with it: Instead of themes, Haute Dish will
now issue a challenge to all of our writers. We give you a
sentence – you run with it. Make it your own. Here’s
your sentence: “Is this for sale?” Be brave and
be authentic. Above all, be concise. You only have 250 words.
Hey, it’s a challenge. We couldn’t make it too
easy, could we?
Haute Dish is published three times a
year. We will begin accepting submissions for the Spring 2006
issue on October 1st. The deadline is December 1st. Both full-time
and part-time students of Metro State are all welcome to send
submissions. We look forward to reading and viewing your work!
While you’re working on your story,
please enjoy this edition’s theme of “Something
Leave us feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outgoing Managing Editor and Executive Poobah, Haute Dish
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