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UK Esquire relaunch
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UK Esquire relaunch

Mainstream magazines are increasingly adopting the qualities of the independent magazines: a slower publication schedule and better production values, for instance. The latest iteration of UK Esquire is a particularly overt example of this shift. The new magazine is bigger,...
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Richard West, Source
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Richard West, Source

We start this week in Belfast, home of photography magazine Source. Launched in 1993 to promote photography in Northern Ireland, the magazine has grown an eight-page black and white format into an 88-page quarterly. Its latest advance is a redesign...
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Homesick #3
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Homesick #3

Having started life as a free magazine, issue three of Homesick is the eagerly-anticipated first paid-for edition, launched last night with a party in London. Set up initially as a response to a perceived sameness she was seeing across fashion...
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Yohann Koshy, Co-editor, New Internationalist
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Yohann Koshy, Co-editor, New Internationalist

The New Internationalist launched in 1973 as a campaigning monthly covering the growing western interest in and concern for the developing world. Today it positions itself as a fiercely independent, co-operatively owned organisation dedicated to socially responsible journalism. We meet...
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Tribune, relaunched
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Tribune, relaunched

Britain’s oldest left-wing newspaper, Tribune, has been revived by an unlikely source - Bhaskar Sunkara, the publisher of Jacobin, a leading voice of the American left. Now taking the form of an illustrated bi-monthly print magazine, Sunkara hopes to inject...
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22.10.18
Event

22.10.18

James Harding, ex-BBC News chief, launches new slow journalism project Tortoise. Jeremy Leslie previews next week’s ModMag London on The Stack. Aperture gallery and California Sunday align exhibition and issue, At Home in the American West. As she puts her...
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