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Episode 33

Episode 33

Buffalo Zine co-founder David Uzquiza joins Jeremy Leslie at the magCulture Shop to discuss a few recent magazines before being joined on Zoom by David’s Buffalo Zine partner Adrian Gonzalez-Cohen. The three discuss the shapeshifting fashion magazine as its 16th issue, Buffalo Hotel Chelsea, is published. Then photographer/writer Louise Long joins Jeremy to introduce her beautiful new magazine Linseed Journal.
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Episode 32

Episode 32

Two magazine obsessives join Jeremy for this episode. First, as his book about launching nineties supermag Loaded is published, publishing entrepreneur James Brown selects his indie favourites, look back at how the Loaded phenomenon exploded, and generally shares his passion for magazines. Then we jump to the present, as Francesca Gavin joins via Zoom to discuss her exciting new launch Epoch.
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Episode 31

Episode 31

We welcome three very different voices for this episode. First, ex co-host Liv Siddall returns to tell us about the new issue of WePresent magazine, a fascinating experiment in editorial design. She also discusses the role of the branded print magazine today. Then Dave Calhoun from Time Out explains why they ended the London print edition. And finally, listen to an excerpt from Mother Tongue co-founder Natalia Rachlin’s recent talk at magCulture.

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Episode 30

Episode 30

A design special! Editorial Magazine founder Claire Milbrath joins Jeremy and Danielle at the magCulture Shop to discuss recent mags including Emergence and Mushroom People, her first visit to London, and the extraordinary design of her mag. Then Jeremy talks to Richard Turley about the new sixth issue of Civilization and its use of AI to create content, its relationship with his other editorial project Interview, and his collaborative process.
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Episode #29

Episode #29

This special edition marks the 15th anniversary of Monocle. Jeremy Leslie talks to founder and editorial director Tyler Brûlé about the origins of the magazine, its growth, his mistrust of social media and the importance of tone of voice. Also covered: who else is doing relevant work in publishing, the launch of further titles including woman’s magazine Konfekt, the choice of a 24-hour radio over a tablet edition, the state of magazine retail, and plans for the next 15 years.

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Episode 28

Episode 28

In this episode Jeremy and Danielle discuss recent issues of La Nueva Carne, Electronic Sound and Good Place. Then we meet two guests. First up is John Holt, the man behind the wonderful LAW magazine; he shares the passion for England and Englishlishness that drives his project. Then Paul Gorman takes us back to the seventies to consider two short-lived but essential music magazines, Street Life and Collusion.

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