Twenty years ago Julia Connor, Patrick Grizzel and Mary Zeppa sat down to form a publication that would transform our literary community. They were ambitious, publishing the most notable poets of the day, as well as new faces that have become significant in publishing. Since that time the journal has made changes, moving from a newsprint tabloid publication, to a side-stapled card stock covered quarterly, to a beautiful color cover, perfect bound annual of today. One thing has been constant: Tule Review publishes fine quality poetry. Only poetry. Even in the inaugural issue the journal had a national appeal, drawing in poets from various quarters. Tule has also remained eclectic, publishing formalist and avante garde styles, and everything in between. Today we take the journal to a new place, publishing some poems on the web for the first time, while retaining our in print publication.