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SUBMISSIONS

Be a part of the action! We’re all making this space together, a spot on the internet that is by us, for us. If you’ve got a piece (or a whole hard drive full) of creative shit you want the world to see, send it our way.

We are creating a new digital multi-media platform and blog for people navigating real life after growing up online.

We’re interested in stories about living and growing up in the Digital Age that cause us to question, reflect, and act intentionally. We don’t have the answers, only stories that can help our readers decide for themselves the type of life they want to live.

We are creating a new digital multi-media platform and blog for people navigating real life after growing up online.

We’re interested in stories about living and growing up in the Digital Age that cause us to question, reflect, and act intentionally. We don’t have the answers, only stories that can help our readers decide for themselves the type of life they want to live.

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR

Our creative director is seeking content that is thought-provoking, emotionally evocative, culturally relevant, or all three. We look for stories that reflect the thoughts and conversations you are having about what it means to make a life — a real life — not just the ones we present online. We look for stories that explore our individual relationships with technology, the way we use it to connect and to create distance with one another, and the impact it has on our lives and our communities, subtle and overt.

HOW IT WORKS

We are currently seeking submissions that fit our theme in writing, photo, illustration, video, audio, or other digital mediums of any length. We’re only looking for content that has not been published elsewhere. Once published on the platform, you are welcome to submit it to other publications, with a nod to the fact that we published it first.

All stories should be (mostly) true. (Names can be changed for privacy, of course.) All stories should have some element or theme related to the internet, social media, or digital technology (yes, your dad’s old analog radio counts), but it does not need to be the primary focus of the piece.

We hope to see vulnerability of some kind; nothing waged, nothing won. First or third person writing is welcome, as are personal essays, as long as they contain a storytelling element.

SHOW US WHAT YOU’VE GOT!

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR

Our creative director is seeking content that is thought-provoking, emotionally evocative, culturally relevant, or all three. We look for stories that reflect the thoughts and conversations you are having about what it means to make a life — a real life — not just the ones we present online. We look for stories that explore our individual relationships with technology, the way we use it to connect and to create distance with one another, and the impact it has on our lives and our communities, subtle and overt.

HOW IT WORKS

We are currently seeking submissions that fit our theme in writing, photo, illustration, video, audio, or other digital mediums of any length. We’re only looking for content that has not been published elsewhere. Once published on the platform, you are welcome to submit it to other publications, with a nod to the fact that we published it first.

All stories should be (mostly) true. (Names can be changed for privacy, of course.) All stories should have some element or theme related to the internet, social media, or digital technology (yes, your dad’s old analog radio counts), but it does not need to be the primary focus of the piece.

We hope to see vulnerability of some kind; nothing waged, nothing won. First or third person writing is welcome, as are personal essays, as long as they contain a storytelling element.

SHOW US WHAT YOU’VE GOT!

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