Gal-dem is a bold, powerful and necessary independent magazine that’s committed to sharing perspectives from women and non-binary people of colour. Founded in 2015 by Liv Little in her last year of university, gal-dem publishes an annual magazine that features empowering stories from contributors, and great graphics and illustrations. As gal-dem has grown in the…
Slightly Foxed, an Independent Literary Magazine
Reading Slightly Foxed’s independent quarterly magazine is like roaming through an esoteric second-hand bookshop with a well-read friend
Digging in to Sandwich Magazine’s first issue: The BLT
Is there such a thing as a perfect sandwich? Sandwich magazine aims to find out! The first issue all about the classic BLT.
Celebrating Global Womanhood in Shado Magazine
The second issue of Shado magazine, a print and online magazine, is about global womanhood, sharing women’s stories on diverse issues.
Fare Magazine explores Glasgow’s heritage
Fare magazine explores Glasgow’s city culture through the intersection of food, history and community and the editor’s passion for food culture.
Point.51 magazine’s slow journalism debut
I wouldn't have expected to use the word 'uplifting' to describe an independent print magazine about refugees' journeys, but I felt surprisingly uplifted after reading the first issue of Point.51 magazine. Following in the slow journalism tradition of Delayed Gratification, Point.51 fills in the story 'after' the news cycle headlines. Its long-form reportage and documentary…
Papercut Stockholm and Swedish independent magazines
The tech hub of Stockholm is leading the transition to a digital economy, but still finds space for independent print magazines... Last weekend I visited Stockholm with my husband, Dan. We exchanged some money for Swedish currency before we went - and to my surprise, managed to bring most of it back with us! Sweden…
How I Decluttered my Magazines with HYMAG Archive
What do you do when you've finished reading a magazine? Store it away, give it to a friend or pop it in the recycling? For a few years I'd been holding on to all the independent magazines I read. It didn't seem like a lot until it was - a lot! I'd kept every issue…
Ethos Magazine Review – Seeking Out Sustainable Businesses
I've been wanting to read Ethos magazine for a while and was pleased to buy issue 5 and issue 6 at Magalleria in Bath. Eco friendly choices Last year I tried to add in a new eco friendly habit to my life every month. It led to some brilliant reusable product discoveries that I liked…
Weapons of Reason #6: Towards Superintelligence
Weapons of Reason’s sixth issue, Towards Superintelligence, explores technological innovation and where artificial intelligence could take us, through accessible illustrations, unbiased articles, with solutions to inspire action. I grew up in the 1990’s with the latest technology at my fingertips as my dad and uncles were computer programmers. While I didn’t inherit their great mathematical…