2008/01/16

What Happened to Capere?

Hello Loyal Folks,

Greetings to any and all of you who still visit this site and/or have faith in Capere.

Sarah and I worked diligently on Capere all summer, and there are actually 24 complete pages waiting to see the light of day but currently InDesign.

As I was saying, Sarah and I worked on Capere all summer and had hopes of completing everything but printing by September. Then, we both received our schedules and instead of submitting to Capere we submitted to school and survival.

At this point, Sarah is a new mom, (Congratulations!) and I am in the throes of producing school newspapers and a yearbook and prepping my kids for the writing test.  Needless to say, Capere is on hold. Fear not, 'tis nary a raisin in the sun.

We are grateful to all who submitted and excited by all the submissions.

I hope, as you do too, to see the fruits of our labors in print.

walk good,
alexis and sarah

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Capere’s mission is to charter and facilitate a spirit of collaboration and innovation among educators through challenging and rewarding dialogue in a local educator operated print journal.

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