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magRush 04: Teller
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magRush 04: Teller

I picked up the third issue of Teller at Do You Read Me? in Berlin a week ago. Although published locally, this ‘magazine of stories’ is written in English and has developed rather nicely. It’s been a while since issue two, but it’s got bigger and better in the meantime; extra pages, an increased confidence and broader variety of content make it far more visually engaging without weakening the premise of storytelling. As well as long form texts there are photo stories and comic strips. I particularly liked this visual story by Seba Kurtis, recalling Argentina’s dirty war on its people, combining parts of declassified junta documents with family portraits of the missing people (below).

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