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Run For Your Life #1
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Run For Your Life #1

Anyone else find fitness magazines nauseating? This is (of course) coming from somebody who is terrified of exercise. The rough intent is there: I have a whole box of lycra stashed at the back of some distant drawer and, in...
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Chaos SixtyNine #1
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Chaos SixtyNine #1

“Who buys it?” This is one of the first thoughts when picking up Chaos SixtyNine. Oversized in A3 ultra-gloss, the magazine is weighty, and not just in a physical sense. Its £69 price tag is expensive, and makes the magazine...
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Curry #1
New magazine

Curry #1

For its first issue, Curry centres itself around taste. Explored from the perspectives of class, and various influencing factors in featured communities and cultures, taste is a foothold from which the magazine delves into widely unreported aspects of Indian culture....
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Closing Ceremony #1
Photography

Closing Ceremony #1

‘It’s a closing ceremony when pressing the shutter for creation,’ Closing Ceremony’s makers say of the idea behind its name. The magazine, one of a steady stream of new titles from China, is both a celebration of traditional photography and...
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What Monster #1
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What Monster #1

When Steven Gregor stopped publishing Gym Class Magazine (the magazine about magazines) last year, he hinted at a new project to come. That new magazine is still in the works, but to keep his hand in he’s just launched What...
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Failed States #1, Island
New magazine

Failed States #1, Island

Failed States is a journal of new writing about place, helmed by MagCulture’s very own Jamie Atherton. Born out of frustration with borders, walls, and the UK’s departure from the EU, Failed States’ first issue, recently launched via Kickstarter, considers...
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