Letter From The Editors
From sharing urban legends to blockbuster films to classic fairy tales, storytelling has been a method of human interaction and communication from generation to generation for ages. Since the time you first learned how to read to hearing stories of life decades ago from your grandparents, the exchange different human experiences has allowed people to learn and engage in conversation. So in a space specifically designed for telling stories, we decided to pick various methods of storytelling from some members in the community to share with our readers. While we enjoyed putting together this issue, the best part of the experience was finding the best in their fields and sharing their passions with you all.
Storytelling is so much more than sharing an experience, it is the connection of human interest, passion and curiosity, and we hope you can experience these stories we shared and go off to create your own.
Rachel Chiang and Maran Shales