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Kirsty Allison, Ambit

Kirsty Allison, Ambit

Arts and literary quarterly Ambit has been published since 1959, always offering an impressive range of work from contemporary authors, poets and artists. Kirsty Allison is the latest editor to take on the magazine; she discusses the role of editor and her plans for the magazine.

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Silva Cunningham, Plate of Meat

Silva Cunningham, Plate of Meat

The fourth issue of Plates of Meat has just been published, as raw and personal as ever in its expression of the experience of growing up. It’s maker Silva Cunningham tells us about the cathartic nature of producing her magazine as she shares her week ahead.

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Zak Kyes, Fact magazine

Zak Kyes, Fact magazine

Audio/art magazine Fact recently undertook a complete redesign, a bold new look helping it adapt to a biannual schedule alongside its busy online channels. We spoke to Zak Kyes, of Zak Group, about his redesign, his editorial influences, and his week ahead.
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Chris Clarke, The Guardian ‘Saturday’

Chris Clarke, The Guardian ‘Saturday’

The recent repackaging of The Guardian’s Saturday sections into a single new publication—titled Saturday—has seen the design team introduce an entirely new visual direction. Deputy cretaive director Chris Clarke explains the thinking behind the change as he shares his working week.
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Scott King, artist/designer

Scott King, artist/designer

Artist, graphic designer and writer Scott King published The Debrist Manifesto this summer, a personal treatise about embracing failure. ‘I did the bulk of it in two days… but then, of course, fiddled around with phrases and footnotes for two months,’ he explains as he shares his inspirations and his week ahead.

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Zena Alkayat, Bloom

Zena Alkayat, Bloom

When writer/editor Zena Alkayat couldn’t find the gardening inspiration she was looking for, she launched her own magazine, Bloom. With its tenth issue recently published, Zena tells us about her magazine, her week ahead, and how her two worlds—magazine and books—are coming together with a new series of Bloom spin-offs.

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