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A beautifully produced independent quarterly on vegan cooking and lifestyle. This issue includes an ode to CSAs, a visit to a refuge for neglected farm animals, tips for vegans when travelling, a discussion with five feminist food writers, and a host of delicious summer -or any- time recipes.
Issue 16, Summer 2015
This is issue 93, the second to the last print issue. (After issue 94, they went digital only.) Articles include butter, potatoes, horseradish and authentic balsamic from New Mexico.
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Published out of the Bartlett School of Architecture in London, this publication is a collection of articles, divided into sections named after places you might find in a college. Within the Seminar Room we get a few lectures, in the exhibition space there a several photo essays, and in the toilets we get a diatribe on the decline on the American shopping mall. All in a nice, colorful package, it is a clever publication for those who enjoy reading about architecture, not just looking at the pictures. Issue 5, Autumn/Winter 2016, Britain, $15.00
This will be the last regular issue of this awesome food magazine, so grab one while they are still around! The theme is the suburbs, and content includes and overview of quicky-mart junk foods, a spread of mall food fun facts, several essays riffing on life in the suburbs, reviews of a handful of unusual suburban restaurants, and 17 suburban things, written by all the greats from the Lucky Peach stable, including Peter Meehan and Anthony Bourdain. LP, you will be missed… Summer 2017, $12.00
An Everyday Life Interiors Magazine
This publication is peculiar, because it is two distinct things. When you look at it, it is a messy riot of color and words, seemingly without rhyme or reason. The tagline doesn’t really help, either: ‘An everyday life interiors magazine’. What does that mean? But upon diving into it, all becomes understandable. What you get is a chunky, book-like dense magazine that interviews artists, designers, musicians, writers, etc., in their place of residence. They talk about their lives, loves, art and work. It is engrossing, full of color and colorful stories, and, indeed, true to its tagline. Bi-Annual, Spain, $19.95
For Curious People Looking for Solutions to the Fundamental Issues Faced by Humankind
This quarterly published out of Australia has quietly become one of the best philosophy publications available. ‘Philosophy’ being such a nebulous word, I shall try to describe what they do: New Philosopher looks at modern social issues from a philosophical perspective. Using everything from quotes and statistics, to illustration and comics they delve into the issues that nag at our modern life. Past topics include the idea of property, why we travel, technology and fame. Each issue follows the theme like a thread, with knots of essays, interviews, illustrations and collections of both short and longer pieces giving thoughtful depth to the philosophical concept at hand. Engrossing and thought provoking, it is just what we need when our world becomes confounding. Quarterly, Australia, $10.99
DG is a quarterly news journal that covers what happened over the previous three months. Each issue they go back in time, and look at major stories from across our world, giving them some depth and perspective. With interviews, timelines, photography and amazingly entertaining and readable infographics, they show us our world in hindsight, and with insight. One of my favorite publications, I consider it the best in modern independent publishing. Get hooked. Quarterly, Britain, $20.00