Our latest trawl through magazine news starts a little downbeat but brightens up later.
Was the excitement ahead of the return of The Face justified? It would be unfair to compare it to the original magazine, the world has moved on, but does it need to come off better when compared to other contemporary publications?
Farewell, Marie Claire
The UK print edition of the women’s monthly is to close. The Guardian runs through it’s history and points out that it, like many of its competitors, were more progressive than ever.
Farewell too, Washington Post Express
Weekly supplement ends with a front cover message assigning the blame…
Farewell Adobe Digital Publishing?
…meanwhile in another digital channel, designer David Hicks questions the future of the first iPad app creation system (remember?)
New online tutorial presents US Vogue editor Anna Wintour as online creativity guru, aka ‘How to be a boss…’
Nike, the National Council for the Training of Journalists and PA Training are offering a free sports journalism course for women with input from a who’s who of women writers. Book your place here.
The Desert Oracle is the Joshua Tree based field guide to the American desert.
‘Remember that most people have no idea what they’re doing, especially creatives.’
Says Tala Safié, the young designer overseeing Eye on Design while also working at the New York Times.
PPA MagFest Edinburgh
Jeremy Leslie is just one of an acid-coloured group of speakers at PPA MagFest in Edinburgh on Friday 20 September. The magCulture pop-up shop will be on site too. See you there!
magCulture Meets Nova
And the following week, Tuesday 24, sees David Hillman and Caroline Baker of legendary 60/70s mag Nova join us for a chat at the magCulture Shop. Book now!