Segue responds: Kimberly Toms, who has announced plans to launch Segue Magazine in April, was “a little affronted” when she first saw that I called Segue a vaporzine. Then she read my definition of vaporzine and now says, “I am okay with being one of your vaporzines. It will certainly make us proud and victorious five years from now, when we are reflecting and realize, ‘Looks like we made it!'”
I’d like to thank Kimberly for jumping through the hoops of actually registering on the rexblog and commenting. You can read her entire response here. (Wish I could make it easier to make comments but I’ve never been able to figure out how.)
For clarification purposes, Kimberly, you don’t have to wait five years from now to declare “Looks like we made it” and celebrate Segue not being a vaporzine. Vaporzines merely are concepts not yet launched. So, for my purposes, you can say, “Looks like we made it” when the first issue comes off the press.
However, if you do indeed, say, “Looks like we made it,” please don’t do it this way.