An Online Literature and Art Journal

About Waypoints

We’re all on a path. No matter what your path is, you’ve been places, met people, and faced down demons along the way. Every journey is full of fascinating sights and stories, and at Waypoints that’s what we celebrate.

Waypoints is an online literary, photography and art journal featuring the best work of established writers and artists, as well as those who are on their way up.

While at the moment we are primarily an online journal, we look forward to offering print publications of Waypoints in the future.

We invite you to share your stories with us. Click here to submit your poetry, fiction, photography or art.


Karen George,  is author of the poetry collection Swim Your Way Back (Dos Madres Press, 2014), and four chapbooks, most recently The Fire Circle (Blue Lyra Press, 2016), and a forthcoming ekphrastic collaborative chapbook, Frame and Mount the Sky. Her work has appeared in America, Adirondack Review, Naugatuck River Review, Louisville Review, and Still, and she has received grants from Kentucky Foundation for Women and Kentucky Arts Council. She holds an MFA in Writing from Spalding University, and reviews poetry and interviews poets at Poetry Matters: Her website is:

Will Eifert is a St. Thomas More Scholar and graduate of the creative writing program at Thomas More College in northern Kentucky. His poetry has won him the Appalachian Poetry Award as well as the First Prize in Poetry for the Delta Epsilon Sigma Journal. His work has appeared in WORDS, A Few Good Words: A Cincinnati Writer’s Project Anthology, and Brink Magazine.

Crystal Eifert is an artist and photographer whose latest work has been photographing in the flyover states for the travel blog Found in Flyover Country. She holds a B.A. in Art History from Oklahoma Christian University. Her work has most recently appeared in the Brooklyn Art Library’s “Sketchbook Project.”