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Magaziner extraordinaire Bob “Newmanology” Newman is going through some tough times. As a way of helping, MagCulture‘s Jeremy and the Magtastic Andrew are teaming up to produce a special print-on-demand magazine project called “My Favorite Magazine.” All the details on how to participate in the project can be found here.
I really should have pointed this out last week, while they were creating it, but I think it’s still timely to mention The Good Times, a quickmade magazine produced by The Church of London over Twitter. Although production was done last week (it’s still fun to check out the editorial site), it is supposed to [...]
Ever since he took over the role of book editor at The Hunffington Post, we’ve missed Andrew Losowsky‘s magtastic posts, but good news, as he will now be contributing occasional posts to MagCulture. His first one is up, in the form of 5 recommended zines and magazines. 5 Magtastic Things: January [MagCulture]
Just a reminder that if you’re in London, you should really make a point of stopping by the Church of London offices for the MagCulture pop-up store — I love the vinyls they put on the window/door to the entrance (pictured). Jeremy is there most of the time, so good chance to have a chat [...]
Great news for fans of indie magazines who don’t have access to a decent newsstand. MagCulture has been selling hand-picked titles for a while now, but has just launched a robust online store to sell even more. As Jeremy explains, “it exists to provide access to magazines we review and like, but that are often hard [...]
This article was posted on November 28, 2011 under the category Events, News, Print, and covers the following topics: Church of London, Elsie, Gym Class Magazine, Jeremy Leslie, MagCulture, Online Store, Pop-Up Store, Put a Egg On It
Jeremy posted the announcement on his MagCulture site earlier this month, but the sad news is that the Colophon magazine festival is officially no more — read the details here. The good news though is that that he suggests that he will produce some new events under the MagCulture name, so even though we may [...]
In the run up to this year’s SPD 47 awards, the SPD site has started a series of posts featuring “favorite magazine” picks from people within the industry. Kicking off this past Monday, the first two were by Bloomberg Businessweek‘s Richard Turley (‘Sup) and MagCulture’s Jeremy Leslie (mono.kultur). Both are co-chair to this year’s awards, [...]
This article was posted on November 16, 2011 under the category News, Print, and covers the following topics: 'Sup, Awards, Bloomberg Businessweek, Jeremy Leslie, Luke Hayman, MagCulture, mono.kultur, Richard Turley, SPD, SPD 47
The third issue of Port (“The Magazine for Men”) is now out as an iPad edition, and as I’ve noted recently, this issue was again worked on by MagCulture‘s Jeremy Leslie, but this time also Letter to Jane‘s Tim Moore. Port No. 3 is a $3 download on the iTunes App Store. Update: Let me [...]
The long awaited new issue of Steven Gregor’s Gym Class Magazine (No. 8) is out, and you can purchase it online from the MagCulture shop. I don’t have my copy yet, but Jeremy has done a review here. It includes the first edition of a The Magaziner column, as well as contributions by many allies of [...]
A round-up of magazine-related news bits (for your eyes only). Part 1 of a Q&A series on the SPD’s Grids blog with three iPad magazine creators (they will also participate in a talk event in NYC on July 26). Via @newmanology The new issue of Manzine (No. 5) is out, and you can purchase it [...]