238 x 320 mm, 108 pages
Printed on paper made from recycled algae
United Kingdom & Italy (English-language edition)
‘The ocean outside, the ocean inside’ says the tagline, in part, it's safe to assume, because the paper used in this magazine about the sea is made from algae (from algal blooms found in at risk lagoons). There's a lot of blue, a bit like a holiday.
In this issue: Bodysurfing. The Human Side of the Ocean. Paul Theroux. Anafi, the last outpost in the Cyclades. Giacomo De Stefano, Nomad with Oars. The Little Black Shack. The Art of Japanese Swimming. Sakamoto’s Swim Club. Among the Sailors of Île-à-Vache. Siargao, Water Play.
On the Journal:
‘The weather in London turned sticky this week and with the muggy heat comes my desire to escape to the sea. Serendipitously, the new issue of Sirene arrived, and I allowed it to gently draw me in over a cup of coffee – for as the brief editorial note states, ‘This is the sea, and it is summer: nothing else matters.’…’ READ MORE