The magazine, started by the Platform Project CIC, gives young people an opportunity to write and publish while learning work-based skills. Most participants were autistic or dealing with mental health challenges. The founders had no professional experience of writing, design or publishing. Contracted as project manager/editor, I brought knowledge of editing, structuring an article and page-layout design, encouraged subjects to engage the potential readership, and defined objectives for work-based transferable skills. Disappointingly, 9 months in, it was decided to integrate the magazine into a broader 'curriculum' for 'internships' to be run by non-experienced staff. A gratifying comment at the end of my contract from a young, talented, autistic writer: "It's a shame because I've loved every second of it. Doing the magazine stuff has really helped." Published in print and online.