There’s a time to come …

And a time to go. After three years of GC, I’m passing the Olympic fire to my co-editor-in-chief T.M. De Vos. I, Lena Vanelslander for all clarity, enjoyed my time with you. Which is saying a lot after three whole years, alone or in company of some very capable people. I laughed, I cried and I will follow the mag as much as I can …  But for me, it’s time to go and it’s time T. comes. There probably  will be some changes, but I know T. is capable and professional, and hopefully she will keep the Olympic fire burning, as it never should be spent.

Morituri te salutant ;).


Published by lenavanelslander

Lena Vanelslander swam many waters. History, Comparative Culture Analysis, Languages, Mythology, Literature, Poetry, too many to sum up. After a life of tribulations the turning point came in her mid twenties: she started to write actively poetry in English. Her melancholic and darkminded nature colour her poems to an individual signature in both time and space. Poems got published in the Stray Branch, Savage Manners, the Delinquent and The Sylvan Echo. Her first chapbook ‘Ma Chanson de Rien du Tout’ has been released in September this year. Her first book of poetry, written with Marilyn Campiz, Quills of Fire, will appear in November 2009. Currently she edits writers' profiles for and

2 thoughts on “There’s a time to come …

  1. Lena, it was a pleasure working with you. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to selfishly perpetuate my subversive agenda through the medium of poetry. There is a special place in my heart for you. Cheers!

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