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The Idler #85

148 x 210 mm, 162 pages
London, UK
Editor: Tom Hodgkinson
Art director: Alice Smith

A bimonthly magazine helping readers ‘to lead more fulfilled lives’ through idleness.

On the cover of this issue it's Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker who chats to Idler editor Tom Hodgkinson about his new book Good Pop, Bad Pop and, more generally, on 'How to be Creative.'

On the Journal:
‘Tom Hodgkinson launched The Idler in 1993 as a celebration of loafing, taking the name from a 1758 essay by Dr Johnson… ‘Every man is, or hopes to be, an idler.’ READ MORE

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