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Writers in Residence series

Writers in Residence is a new series of publications curated by Alain de Botton and published by Visual Editions. Each issue features the story of one writer’s experience inside an organisation, the first being Geoff Dyer’s report from on board a US aircraft carrier in the Gulf, ‘Another Great Day at Sea.’ Two more editions will be publsihed this year, with a subscription offered for the set.

The series has been conceived as half-magazine, half book, making the most of the writing and photography (in this case from Magnum’s Chris Steele Perkins). We designed the book and edited the images to give a multiple layers to the storytelling.

Next up is Liaquat Ahamed and Eli Reed’s Money and Tough Love: On Tour With The IMF in July and then Douglas Coupland and Olivia Arthur’s Kitten Clone: Inside Alcatel in September.


From Philip Hoare’s review in The Guardian:
‘Nor is this a "book" in the traditional sense, more an extended catalogue essay – a sensibility enhanced by the interplay of Chris Steele-Perkins's excellent photographs scattered throughout its stiff white pages. But its large-scale format and fresh, airy design strike me as truly innovative, a highly satisfying and vivid unison of printed word, graphics and images.’


Keep an eye on the magCulture blog for news of Printout, the independent magazine event curated by Jeremy with Steve from Stack.

The Protein Future of Publishing discussion takes place in London on June 10, featuring magCulture’s Jeremy Leslie, Steve Watson (Stack), Dave lane (The Gourmand) and Charlie Robin-Jones (Dazed Digital).

The Monocle Summer Fayre takes place on the weekend of June 14/15, and the magCulture pop-up shop will be there selling some of our favourite magazines. Full details to follow.

Listen to Jeremy’s latest appearance on Monocle24’s The Stack radio show.

Listen to magCulture’s hour of Megazines, recorded live at Pick Me Up 2014 and featuring Steve Watson, Michael Bojkowski, Robert Newman, Kati Krause, Jean Snow and Andrew Losowsky.

Jeremy Leslie’s recent book The Modern Magazine is available from our online shop


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