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Jack Stanley, Slop

Jack Stanley, Slop

We keep a small selection of free magazines at the entrance to our London shop, and a regular highlight is food magazine Slop. We asked its co-founder Jack Stanley to introduce the magazine and describe how the free model can work financially. He explains this and more as he shares his working week.
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Nic Carter, Sociotype Journal

Nic Carter, Sociotype Journal

Launching a magazine to showcase your typefaces may sound like an excuse for some easy content and over-exhuberent design, but London type foundry Sociotype have managed to produce a serious publication that intelligently displays their type work. Creative director Nic Carter explain more in this week’s interview.
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Tom Rowley, Backstory

Tom Rowley, Backstory

Ex-journalist Tom Rowley opened Backstory in south London a couple of years ago, one of a wave of new, independent bookshops that are opening across the UK. He has now followed that up with a beautiful little magazine of the same name, combining his writing and retail experience to cover both books and bookshops.
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Joanna Cummings, Grub Street Journal

Joanna Cummings, Grub Street Journal

The Grub Street Journal is a new mag about making magazines. Dedicated to the ups and downs of publishing, the quarterly is a must-read for anyone involved in magazines. Editorial director Joanna Cummings tells us about her new issue, which looks at the magazine readers and leaders of the future.
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Fran Méndez, Anima

Fran Méndez, Anima

Fran Méndez is a designer, art director and lecturer working in London. After over eight years in senior brand consultancy roles, he recently co-founded Hondo Studio with María Vioque Nguyen, and one of their first projects has been Anima, an exciting new magazine covering all aspects of design.
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Rahel Stephanie, Pedas

Rahel Stephanie, Pedas

On a mission to bring true Indonesian food to the world, Rahel Stephanie runs London’s sell-out supper club Spoons and has just launched a zine, Pedas. A mix of recipes and musings about Rahel’s Jakarta roots, it has been vividly designed to express the spice of the cuisine. She tells us more as she shares her week ahead.

 

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