How We Get To Next

A magazine of the future — because we believe the future matters now.

Ian Steadman

Editor, @HowWeGetToNext /

Darren Garrett

BAFTA-winning creative director for digital things, games, animation & storytelling in general. Part of team &

Elizabeth Minkel

Fan culture // books // etc. Editor: How We Get to Next. Digital projects: New Yorker. Co-host of Fansplaining & co-curator of The Rec Center.

Latest Posts

Choreographing the Physicality of My Bodies

When disabled people dance, it can change how nondisabled people see the relationship between technology and the body

It’s Time to End Germany’s Culture of Benevolent Exclusion

A decade after pledging to protect the rights of disabled people, Germany still struggles to treat us equitably

The Power of Finding a Disabled Community Online

As a bipolar mother, my digital spaces are a touchstone—they offer me support and help me define who I am

Creating Shared Spaces With Every Form of Language

The sitcom Speechless explores the ways that disability invites us to reconsider how we relate to and with other people

Remaking the Ideal Teacher

My students have shown me that it’s OK to center my nonstandard ways in the classroom

How We Think About the Future of Disability

Introducing a series of essays on how disability is central to all of our lives

Online Shopping For More Than Just Good Value

From small talk to sustainability, we both win and lose as the internet reshapes how we browse and buy

Photo Essay: Scenes From Puerto Rico’s Foodways

Every step toward agricultural independence and sustainable industry is a push toward a self-realized future

El Futuro de la Comida desde una Perspectiva Puertorriqueña

Desde setas hasta pan y ron, los puertorriqueños están explorando nuevos caminos hacia la soberanía alimentaria

The Future of Food, As Seen From Puerto Rico

From mushrooms to bread to rum, Puerto Ricans are exploring new pathways to food sovereignty


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