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Anxiety Empire Magazine

A project in London, UK by Zoe Hough
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A new print magazine focusing on mental health as a societal issue.
Backers: 263
Average Pledge Per Backer: £37

Funded: £9,835 of £7,800
Dates: Jan 21st -> Feb 20th (30 days)
Project By: Zoe Hough
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24 hours to go...

February 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey, In just over 24 hours the Kickstarter will end. It's been exciting, joyful, nerve-wracking, surprising, and totally inspiring to see everyone's generosity and to read all your messages... thanks so much for being a part of this. Once the... (Read More)

An exciting day :)

February 11th - via: kickstarter.com
I still can’t quite believe it, but it's true: we've reached our target, with 9 days still to go... Yesterday when I posted an update we were at 91%. I left the house, went to a class, and when I got home again we had reached 100%. Thank-you so... (Read More)

10 little days...

February 10th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey,  Ten more little days. That's how long we have left to reach our funding goal, and if we do that then we'll have the money needed to get Anxiety Empire magazine out into the world, and distribute it for free around London - yay! Thank you so... (Read More)

Seven days in...

January 28th - via: kickstarter.com
Seven days in. And we are 63% of the way towards our funding goal. Thank you to all 115 of you who've got us here :) It's quite exciting isn't it? Yet within the excitement for me there's also doubt, worry, hope, and I think a bunch of other emotions... (Read More)

The anxious, and beautiful, first 48 hours.

January 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Clicking on the 'launch' button of this kickstarter was a pretty anxious moment... it feels scary to me to put something so publicly out into the world, something I've been thinking about - and working on - for so long, and to hope that other people... (Read More)

Thanks so much for being one of our first supporters :)

January 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
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