Kym Keaton developed Literafeelya Magazine, which provided a space for the opinions and concerns of artists, writers, poets, activists, students, and scholars of the greater Houston community regarding pressing social and cultural issues to be expressed. She increased the number of contributors and audience by publishing a print version of the magazine and was able to address issues that were important to both her campus as well as the 3rd Ward community that surrounds the University. In so doing, she reached people and community organizations that may otherwise not have had access to the magazine when it was only available online.