Asterisks Magazine:

Asterisks: January 2010

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Published by:
Todd Vogts
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
16 pages Saddle-stitched
art, books, Kansas, Kansas art, Kansas opinions, Kansas photography, Kansas politics, Kansas Sampler Foundation, news, opinion, photography, politics

What is Asterisks Magazine? Well, it is a study guide to the aspects of Kansas that get unnoticed by most. It covers the offbeat and overlooked people and places in the Sunflower State.

It is the goal of Asterisks Magazine to elevate those interesting and unique topics out of the realm of footnotes and into the limelight.

An asterisk is defined as a star-like symbol that is a reference mark to indicate omissions, but Kansas deserves more than just a mention in the appendix of history.

Being off the beaten path shouldn’t automatically equal being omitted, so Asterisks Magazine plans to help record the history of Kansas by focusing on its quirks, oddities and hidden secrets.

Sometimes things might get a little crazy or even a little weird, but that is just how Kansas is – not worried about what others think and unabashedly distinctive.

No story is too small or strange, so if you want to know all you can about Kansas, don’t forget to pay attention to the asterisks.

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