On behalf of the Haute Dish staff and
Metropolitan State University, let me personally welcome you
to the Summer 2005 edition of Haute Dish.
The Summer editions of Haute Dish are
open to students, faculty, staff and alumni. We have submissions
from each of those groups in this issue, and I could not be
prouder for it.
For the Fall edition of Haute Dish we
will be swimming the dangerous waters of what some call creative
non-fiction and others call personal memoir. Either way, the
story is about you for the Fall. The theme is: “Something
Tell us the stories and show us the art
that lets us see who you are. We want your poetry, your short
stories, your essays, and your visual art. They don’t
have to completely true or even partially true. We welcome,
but do not require a journalistic viewpoint – the authenticity
we want comes from inside of you, not your ability to verify
facts. So help us again share the vision of Haute Dish –
telling the stories in text or visual art of you as an adult
learner making your dreams become reality.
Haute Dish is published three times a
year. We will begin accepting submissions for the Fall issue
on June 11. The deadline is August 11. 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 “getting
to where I am.”
Leave us feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Managing Editor and Executive Poobah, Haute Dish