Since August 2009, Imagicopter has been flying full speed ahead on tour. Starting with only a handful of authors, Imagicopter now has more than fifty authors and artists who continue to assist in planning events and promoting their work. Imagicopter continues as a nonprofit and voluntary organization working together in their endeavor.
Imagicopter has grown so popular and have so many events coordinated, they have now introduced their own magazine to help keep their members, as well as interested parties, abreast of the up and coming events. Imagyro, the new Imagicopter magazine has had its first official publication released in August 2010. Not only does Imagyro list upcoming events and give full detail of past events, but it also features the authors and artists it promotes in interviews, book reviews, art work, articles, and profiles.
Along with the parent "Hub" Memphis, Tennessee, Jackson Mississippi has been another "Hub" at the beginning of the endeavor. Fondle referred to as the Jackson Tower, Jackson has held several Imagicopter events in the past year and in the process has accumulated several local Mississippi authors and artists who attend these events.
Now branching out from Jackson, the Imagicopter members have spread their launch pads to other locations. The most recent up and coming event will be held next weekend, September 25, 2010, at the Winston County Library in Louisville, MS. The Winston County Library, located at 301 West Park Street Louis, MS., will be hosting a multi author book signing which will include authors like Alexander S. Brown, A. Christopher Drownville, Tyree Campbell, Andy Childress, W. Pat Freeman, Johnny Lowe, Roland Mann, J. L. Mulvihill, Herika R. Raymer, Shane Sullivan, and J Moffett Walker.
Named Waypoint Fifteen - "In the Heart of the South" this event offers a wide variety of authors and genres from history, prose, poetry, cookbooks, comics, fantasy, science fiction, and horror. With a full plate of literature for every interest, this Imagicopter event promises to be quite an occasion for the town of Louisville and the surrounding area.