TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! SOUTHCOMM TO CEASE PUBLICATION OF "HER KANSAS CITY" MAGAZINE!!!
Tonight there's a bit of sad news about a local publication targeted at Kansas City ladies which was actually quite nice.
It's sad to discover that reading in glossy and dead tree form might soon be a thing of the past . . .
Actually, I thought the bigger, more beautiful scale of Her Kansas City magazine might have made it a tad more appealing to readers and advertisers who couldn't get the same view out of a laptop or tablet.
Nevertheless . . .
CHECK THE MESSAGE FROM EDITOR JESSICA MARSHALL THAT REVEALS "HER KANSAS CITY" WILL CEASE PUBLICATION IMMEDIATELY!!!
Message from editor Jessica Marshall . . .
It is incredibly hard for me to write this email, but I wanted to alert all of you before the press release goes out.
SouthComm has decided to stop publishing Her Kansas City, effective immediately. The October issue will be the last.
This had *nothing* to do with the editorial content. I heard nothing but positive feedback from the powers that be at SouthComm and in the community about Her. I'm extremely proud of the contributions that all of you made and could not have asked to work with a better team.
I'm devastated that we didn't receive the advertising support necessary to keep this publication going, because it will leave a void in our community. I'm also disappointed — a little heartbroken, really — that I won't get to work with all of you on a regular basis. Each of you brought something unique and special toHer. You are such talented writers, photographers, stylists and artists, and I have learned so much by working with you. I wish you all good luck!
If you have an invoice from October or November, please send those to me and we will ensure you are paid for your contributions.
Thank you for everything,
Her Kansas City
1701 Main St.
Kansas City, MO 64108