Fray is the web’s original storytelling magazine, telling true stories online and off since 1996.
Fray began as a website, presenting true, first-person stories. Then it evolved into a series of live storytelling events that took place all over the world, attended by thousands of people.
Now Fray has evolved again – this time into a quarterly series of independently produced books. Each has a central storytelling theme, and includes personal stories, articles, and original art. This is the premiere issue, in a special hardbound format, published by our friends at Blurb.
The core of Fray remains unchanged. It’s about true stories. It’s about proving that extraordinary things happen to ordinary people. It’s about finding that common thread that connects us all together. It’s an invitation and a dare to get involved.
What’s your story? Join us at www.fray.com
Derek Powazek is a specialist in the rich middle ground between digital community and traditional publishing. His groundbreaking work in bringing web communities into printed magazines resulted in Folio naming him one of the Top 40 Industry Influencers of 2007. In addition to advising a number of startups and editing Fray: The Quarterly of True Stories. Derek lives in San Francisco with his wife, three nutty Chihuahuas, and a house full of plants named Fred.