Shouldn’t your magazine feature an electronic, motorised, talking, flourescent, weeping clam?
How Teen Vogue came to be at the forefront of opposition to Trump.
Ruth Jamieson asks, ‘just what is it about bad taste that feels so damn delicious right now?’
Indie publisher offers some great advice based on experience with The Eighty Eight.
Israeli mag A5 is looking for submissions for its next issue, theme ‘Island.’
…meanwhile The New York Times has been considering what its newsroom of 2020 will be like.
Management changes at Condé Nast as Nicolas Coleridge moves on to become Chairman.
Jeremy looks ahead at 2017 for Design Week.
Robert Newman takes a look at Andrew Horton’s Village Voice covers.
Jeremy Leslie talks magCulture with Massimo Pitis at Design Observer.
Five magazine trends for 2017, predicted by Thorsten Keller, Steve Watson, Jeremy Leslie, Busra Erkara, Teal Triggs and Sasha Simic.
‘Freedom of speech is what all other human rights and freedoms balance on. That may sound like unspeakable arrogance when applied to restaurant reviews or gossip columns. But that’s not the point. Journalism isn’t an individual sport like books and plays; it’s a team effort. The power of the press is cumulative. It has a conscious human momentum. You can – and probably do – pick up bits of it and sneer or sigh or fling them with great force at the dog. But together they make up the most precious thing we own.’ RIP AA Gill.
The Guardian partners with Vice, sharing a newsroom.
Wondering about Christmas shipping deadlines at the magCulture shop? Check our FAQs.
Adrian Shaughnessy will be introducing the latest Unit Editions books ‘Impact 1.0’ and ‘Impact 2.0’ in their magCulture Meets night this week as the the magC Shop.
We’re thrilled to be partnering with Casa Mae hotel in Lagos Portugal; buy food magazines from their beautiful Loja store.
Did you see the Time ‘Person of the Year’ cover? Read this careful analysis of the image…
…and here are 10 magazines offering an anti-Trump voice in the US.
Check SHOWStudio’s archive and interview series on magazines, Print.
New York editor-in-chief Adam Moss is AdWeek’s editor of the year.
Look back at Jeremy’s ZEITmagazin Instagram takeover.
London, 30 November: help Fedrigoni raise money for children in hospital as they launch their Toy Project Christmas cards created by designers including Gail Bichler, Marion Deuchers, David Pearson.
Charlie Hebdo is to launch a German edition.
Françoise Mouly, art editor of The New Yorker, is one of the people behind Resist, a special edition of Smoke Signal being published to contest Donald Trump’s inauguration. Submit work!
‘From the staircase to the spoon, from the brick to the hole…’ MacGuffin boasts a plentiful future.
London, Saturday 26 November: Stack’s ‘How to Launch an Independent Magazine’ features speakers from 212, Ladybeard, Accent, Little Atoms, Rough Trade and Yuca.
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Our next event is magCulture Meets Intern, at the shop on 1 December.
A world atlas for magaholics? Yes please! Help make it happen.
eBooks have failed to kill print.
Missed out on the first issue of The Great Discontent? Support their reprint!
What books does Seb Emina, Happy Reader editor-in-chief, enjoy?
23 November, London: Adventures in Publishing features Angharad Lewis, Liv Siddall, Riposte, Accent and the magCulture pop-up shop.
Online archive of Smash Hits – entire issues on view!
Meet Molly Molloy of Parterre de Rois magazine.
Play Stylist’s old-school video game, Hillary’s Smash and Dash.
Frieze co-editor Dan Fox looks back at 25 years of the magazine.
Hear Stack’s Steve Watson discuss his passion for indies with Debbie Millman.
Ethos is a promising new magazine supporting ethical business. Support it!
Harvard Business Review reduces print editions as it seeks digital forms.
Great to see Bloomberg Businessweek still has some edge.
‘magCulture invites visitors to pause in comfort with the latest and greatest in print.’ Jeremy interviewed by Vitsoe at the magCulture shop.
The Hundreds also catch up with Jeremy.
‘It feels important to me that Monocle can offer a space where magazines, newspapers and other publications can be put on a discursive platform’ the Stack producer Fernando Pacheco discusses the show.
Esquire US brings reincarnates Spy magazine in response to the US election, with Richard Turley on cover patrol.
The New Yorker explains how its quirky diaresis punctuation mark differs from the umlaut.
USA calling! Next week in NY Stack have a bunch of talk events with local indies, 18-20 October, incl Victory, American Chordata, Put A Egg On It…
…meanwhile the magCulture shop pops up at the AIGA design conference, Las Vegas, in partnership with our friends at Eye on Design. Look out for magCulture Journal editor Madeleine Morley on our booth, presenting a selection of favourites from the London shop. 17–19 October.
California Sunday Magazine uses phone touch to add audio to new issue about sound.
‘It’s very rare that a new medium will kill old media. But it almost always changes them,’ says City Uni lecturer as our shop feeds his addiction.
Amsterdam, 13 October: hear Angharad Lewis, Ibrahim Nehme (The Outpost), Peter Bilak (Works That Work), Ernst van der Hoeven (Club Donny) and Kirsten Algera (MacGuffin) talk about starting your own magazine.
London, 13—16 October: Stylist Live is the free magazine’s Festival of Inspiration.
Listen to Riposte’s Danielle Pender talk about her Creative Life.
“I’ve had so many meetings where ad agencies are excited. And they’re like, ‘It’s cool and fresh and young! Maybe we’ll hire you for this campaign.’ And then Steven Klein ends up shooting it,” Petra Collins profiled by The New Yorker.
London, 3 November. We’re hosting an edition of Radio 4’s Four Thought. Tickets free.
Berlin, 8 October: celebrate the launch of the new issue six of Flaneur – the Moscow edition.
The November issue of British Vogue discovers ‘real women’ with an issue dedicated to academics and businesswoman. Oh, and a Hollywood A lister on the cover.
A good conversation between the founders of Hello Mr and The Great Discontent, ahead of their appearences at the AIGA conference, Las vegas.
Read this history of the CD-rom magazine and consider the iPad mag.
London, 7—8 October: Cultural Traffic is a print publishing fair that celebrates counter culture and independent publishing.
London, 8—9 October: Anorak mark their 10th anniversary with a London edition of their Drawing Imaginarium.
Gateshead, 9 October: People and Print features editors of Riposte, Weapons of Reason and Northern Correspondant.
We’re excited to partner with our friends at Eye on Design for a pop-up magazine shop at this year’s AIGA Conference in Las Vegas.
After five issues as a print magazine, Mould Map’s sixth edition is an exhibition.
Still a few tickets left for magCulture Meets The Gourmand, Thursday 6 October.
Reminder! Stack Awards deadline is Friday 7 October.
Happy 10th birthday Anorak! The new Party issue is out next week with three different covers.
The next stop for the magCulture pop-up shop is Las Vegas, watch this space.