Well sure we were scheduled to have a new fantastic issue on less (aka minimalism) coming out this July. However, sometimes it’s in the best interest of a project to hit the pause button and re-evaluate things for a bit. We’re giving ourselves a bird’s eye view of the last few inaugural months of The 11 Project and considering what might change in upcoming issues. That involves considering how we put the magazine together (hint: we may drop the format as solely filled with interviews and get some articles on each theme included as well), and it also involves looking for publishing partnerships that will allow us to have a little more wind at our backs. Continue
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When our first issue greeted the world back in January, I decided that I would torment myself like I did my interviewees by turning my interview questions on myself in a blog post. I wasn’t sure I’d make that a tradition with the publication of our second issue, The Share Issue, but Elm City Beat decided that I seem like a New Havenite of merit (hey thanks guys!), and they wanted to turn my questions on me. With that, I got the chance to answer my own questions a second time around. To give them a read through, you can head over to Elm City Beat. Thanks again for making our second issue such a hit!
Yes, it’s true. Our second issue, The Share Issue, greets the world today. To get a little peek into why we’re investigating sharing this time around, here’s the letter from the editor for this issue. To download it for free, head on over here. To buy a print copy, you can grab that here. Thanks for coming along on the journey! Continue
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