The Atlantic, November 2021
200 x 265 mm, 114 pages
Founded in 1857
Editor-in-chief: Jeffrey Goldberg
Creative director: Peter Mendelsund
The Atlantic covers a broad range of culturally relevant current affairs, from politics and business to art and the economy.
This issue's cover story: 'Who Killed America's Newspapers?' by McKay Coppins.
On the Journal:
At work with Peter Mendelsund, creative director: ‘I’m sincerely hoping that my ignorance of the magazine medium might allow me (and my partner in crime, Oliver Munday, also a book person), to make something truly unusual. And perhaps, it will help us to make a readerly magazine, which is what I imagine is called for here. I’m hoping.’ READ MORE