Keathley and O’Sullivan work on the first edition of Tatler. (Lea Thomas)

“We would often gather at [Miss O’s] home with [a] proposed copy for the newspaper and lay out the projects on the floor of her living room. Not very high tech … I do not recall how we got anything printed and distributed, but it was an exciting new project for all of us,” Keathley said. “The encouragement and guidance from Miss O were key to our early success in getting the project off the ground.”