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Gayletter #19
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Gayletter #19

The third in our series marking Pride month features New York’s Gayletter, which  began as an email newsletter offering a curated guide to gay art, culture and nightlife in the city. Six years since its launch in print, the magazine has the pulling power to attract the likes of Charli XCX, Honey Dijon and Frank Ocean as its cover stars.

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HAN #1
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HAN #1

For the second in our Pride-inspired series in which we delve a little deeper into our favourite queer magazines, Danielle takes a retrospective look at the boldly monochrome multidimensional archival platform HÄN, the publication that inspired our ‘We Love Queer Magazines’ event earlier this year.

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No One #1, Amsterdam
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No One #1, Amsterdam

For the first in a series of magazine reviews marking Pride month 2024, Danielle introduces No One, a brand new magazine digging into underground queer nightlife and culture one place at a time, starting with its maker’s home city, Amsterdam. ‘It’s armchair travel with a queer twist,’ she concludes.
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Rubbish FAMzine #12

Rubbish FAMzine #12

The latest issue of Rubbish FAMzine is out this week! We take a look through this twelfth in the series from Singapore, this time titled, ‘The Insatiable Beasts devours Tokyoto Again.’ This one takes the form of a card box packed with zines and other elements, all celebrating the Lim family’s long-awaited return visit to Japan.
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Erotic Review #1

Erotic Review #1

Erotic Review has just been relaunched by editor Lucy Roeder as a journal exploring desire. The new magazine has a unique and subtle typographic identity by Studio Frith, helping it look forward rather than back. We spoke to Frith Kerr about the development of the identity and the language of desire.

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Flaneur #9—Paris

Flaneur #9—Paris

Flaneur is back with a new issue built around Paris’s iconic yet notorious Boulvard Periphérique. Built in the sixties as part of the modernist dream of the future, the ring road has ended up a very different experience. We take a flick through the issue to see how the magazine expresses the road this time round.
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