Do you want to get published in our e-mag S P A C E? It’s a small set of people who read S P A C E, and they are also sometimes the very people who help write it. That’s because S P A C E isn’t so much of a publication as much as […]

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Do you want to get published in our e-mag S P A C E? It’s a small set of people who read S P A C E, and they are also sometimes the very people who help write it. That’s because S P A C E isn’t so much of a publication as much as it is a conversation.

If this sounds weird, hard, or confusing, that mean we are probably not a fit for you. We designed this because the internet is a great place to have a conversation if it’s designed and delivered and safe and comfortable to be in. That means protected-page forums and low-key conversation style of the very sort you would have enjoyed if you had met us in real life in Seattle at something like the monthly meetup Designers Korner or any other event that DK’s Dipika Kohli hosted in the places where she has lived (Ireland, the United States, Japan, Cambodia, Vietnam). But if you want to engage in new ways with people around the world who are talking, and talking together, weekly in forums like Mirror, then maybe it is.

Click to see what’s going on in Mirror currently

‘Deeply, not superficially.’

It’s a good time in S P A C E for those who are looking for what we are: quality, depth, meaning, and connexion. If you are on for it, become a member. There is a fee.¬†Go to the crowdfunding page for #spacethezine, to set up your membership by clicking ‘s p a c e’. It is USD4/week.

Here is a link.

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Thanks.