What is Lost in Waco?

Lost in Waco is an independent magazine in Waco, Texas. It is a highly creative and visually engaging print publication telling diverse stories about arts and culture from all corners of Waco. It is like nothing else in town.  

Set-up as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, Lost in Waco is run completely by volunteers, so we need your help to make this project a lasting success. We are seeking donations of any amount. All donors who give $25 or more (annually) will become official Lost in Waco Patrons and will be acknowledged by name in the magazine. Individuals who give $250 or more (annually) will receive special recognition in the magazine as Founding Patrons. 

Why a new magazine? 

Right now, the Waco community is abundant with creative energy, and we believe a diversity of voices needs to be heard during this important moment. Whether recent additions to Waco or long-time residents, Wacoans have embraced an alternative magazine that reflects this vibrant and diverse community. Lost in Waco presents an honest and inclusive vision of Waco arts, culture, and community that has not previously been represented in print.

Why print? 

We all have access to an overwhelming amount of digital content. Some of it is good. Much of it is not worth our attention. We are committed to print because we believe in creating a physical product you will want to hold in your hands and spend time exploring. Lost in Waco magazine is a collaborative project guided by a small editorial team but showcasing the talents of many Waco creatives. Lost in Waco connects writers, designers, and photographers while also promoting their talents to the larger Waco community. We hope both contributors and readers are proud to pick up this magazine, read it, reread it, and share it with others.

Our Team

Adam Moore - Founder and Editor

Wendy Gragg - Managing Editor

Sal Velasco - Creative Director

Andreas Zaloumis - Director of Photography

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Lost in Waco



What is Lost in Waco?

Lost in Waco is an independent magazine in Waco, Texas. It is a highly creative and visually engaging print publication telling diverse stories about arts and culture from all corners of Waco. It is like nothing else in town.  

Set-up as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, Lost in Waco is run completely by volunteers, so we need your help to make this project a lasting success. We are seeking donations of any amount. All donors who give $25 or more (annually) will become official Lost in Waco Patrons and will be acknowledged by name in the magazine. Individuals who give $250 or more (annually) will receive special recognition in the magazine as Founding Patrons. 

Why a new magazine? 

Right now, the Waco community is abundant with creative energy, and we believe a diversity of voices needs to be heard during this important moment. Whether recent additions to Waco or long-time residents, Wacoans have embraced an alternative magazine that reflects this vibrant and diverse community. Lost in Waco presents an honest and inclusive vision of Waco arts, culture, and community that has not previously been represented in print.

Why print? 

We all have access to an overwhelming amount of digital content. Some of it is good. Much of it is not worth our attention. We are committed to print because we believe in creating a physical product you will want to hold in your hands and spend time exploring. Lost in Waco magazine is a collaborative project guided by a small editorial team but showcasing the talents of many Waco creatives. Lost in Waco connects writers, designers, and photographers while also promoting their talents to the larger Waco community. We hope both contributors and readers are proud to pick up this magazine, read it, reread it, and share it with others.

Our Team

Adam Moore - Founder and Editor

Wendy Gragg - Managing Editor

Sal Velasco - Creative Director

Andreas Zaloumis - Director of Photography