Hello dear reader,
welcome to the first edition of Not Purple? Shoot it!, a magazine about the NPSI community of New Eden!
This magazine started as a concept art of sort: I wanted to build a one page magazine. NPSI had been the community that I had been enjoying lately and thus, NPSI became the subject of the magazine.
The goal of this magazine is to present the endeavours of the NPSI community on a biweekly frequency. A very blingy kill? Or a particularly complex situation the fleet managed to come out from? This and more will appear on this single page.
While this first edition is focused on F.U.N. INC due to my good standings with one of their FCs, my goal is to see other NPSI communities make an appearance: this magazine wants to be a spotlight for the whole NPSI community, not just one group.
Any NPSI group interested in collaborating is encouraged to get in contact with me via evemail or on twitter!
For this first edition, I would like to thank Kshal Aideron for first feedback and support and Keacte, FC of Shrinkwrapped, for the endorsement and feedback.
(last updated: 14/01/2022)
Why one page?
Because I wanted something simple that could be read quickly and be friendly to a digital environment.
Because I don’t want to bore my audience with similar content every week. I know the NPSI community has plenty to share but first, I need to get to know the various groups. Of course, if there plenty of content, I will try to publish it weekly!
Until when you accept submissions?
For a standard edition, you can submit a piece of action, killmail or story until the Down Time of the day before. Example: if a new edition is planned for Wednesday, you can submit until DT on Tuesday.
Why a focus on NPSI?
Because I enjoy flying with NPSI groups, their style fits with my needs and constraints.
Why you’re doing it?
Because I like the entrepreneurial and editorial aspect of it, as well as because I do like NPSI and I believe the whole community can benefit from it.
Thank you for reading, see you at the next edition!
(Next release planned for Wednesday 19th January.)