Welcome to the very first newsletter of The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society. February’s issue is taking RPD to the next level with lots of small changes that add up to a more powerful publication.
Is it spring yet? It is at The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society! The first thing you’ll probably notice with our March issue is that we have a beautiful new background image, courtesy of contributor Tom Smith. We’re hoping it will serve to inspire, but also to will spring into existence.

April’s etymology comes from the Latin word aperire, which means “to open”. Our fifth issue takes root in this concept, as it is full of contributors who are opening themselves up to the RPD audience.
With this being only our sixth issues, The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society has already grown into something much greater and more wonderful that any of our staff could have originally foreseen.

Summer is now in full swing at The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society. We’re ready for some barbecues, for some sunscreen and a little time at the beach.
Read all about “The Headlines” this month at The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society. July’s issue is a themed one, with many of our posts focusing on “The Headlines”.

Is the summer really almost over? Fear not, beloved readers! There is still a whole month of beach days, cookouts, sunglasses, and umbrella drinks still to come.
Happy September! Finally, the fall season has arrived. We are happy to be ushering in the final season of The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society’s first year as an online literary magazine.

BOO! Halloween and Autumn are both in full swing now, and The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society is ready.
365 days go by quickly. Already, RPD has turned one year old!