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Paul Benney, Disco Pogo

Paul Benney, Disco Pogo

New launch Disco Pogo is the latest magazine to confound the idea that the music mag is a fading genre. Launched by the duo behind 90’s dance music/club culture mag Jockey Slut, it continues where that left off in 2004, covering old and new dance music. We hear from co-founder Paul Benney about his working week, his influences, and the origins of the new mag.
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Dan Jolin, Senet

Dan Jolin, Senet

Boardgaming magazine Senet is a perfect example of an indie mag reinventing a genre of publishing. Launched by writer/editor Dan Jolin and art director James Hunter in early 200, it combines expertise with strong design. Dan talks to us about his interest in boardgames and how Senet offers a different take on the subject.

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Meghan & Lydia, Pom Pom

Meghan & Lydia, Pom Pom

The crafts market has long been a staple of magazine publishing, but Pom Pom is a rare example that cleverly fuses the special interest world of knitting and crocheting with the design-consciousness of the indie mag. As the team celebrate their 10th anniversary, we meet co-founders Lydia Gluck and Meghan Fernandes.

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Alastair McKimm, i-D

Alastair McKimm, i-D

Alastair McKimm has spent most of career as part of the team at i-D, and is now the magazine’s Editor-in-chief. He also works with many of the world’s leading fashion brands, and recently oversaw i-D’s 40th anniversary celebrations. He shares his week and inspirations as the 368th issue of the mag is published.
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Nicky Hirst, MASS

Nicky Hirst, MASS

After 25 issues of Turps, the magazine about art made by artists, the same publishers have launched MASS, a sister magazine about sculpture made by sculptors. Editor (and sculptor) Nicky Hirst shares her week as the first issue of the new mag arrives in shops.
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Matthew Whitehouse, The Face

Matthew Whitehouse, The Face

When The Face relaunched in 2019 it was a surpise to many—why bring back such an iconic title 15 years after its demise? Yet three years later it’s established a new role for itself online and in print. Editor Mathew Whitehouse discusses that role as the summer 2022 issue arrives in shops.
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