Interview with Zabby Allen, creator of the Procrastination Paper
The moment I scrolled to Zabby Allen’s post announcing her new magazine the Procrastination Paper, I knew I wanted toRead more.
Where to Buy Independent Magazines Guide
How can you buy independent magazines in the UK and how you can easily browse lots of independent magazines toRead more.
My 2019 Goals
Happy New Year! Even though it’s 6 days in to 2019, it doesn’t feel right to start this post withoutRead more.
Kyoto Journal, Insights from Asia Review
It’s not often that I read an independent magazine that’s older than I am, so I was impressed to discoverRead more.
Stack Magazines Subscription Review
It’s the first weekend of December, and less than a month to go until Christmas. With present buying and wish-listsRead more.
Looking into the future with Scenario Magazine’s Afrofuturism issue
Scenario Magazine is an independent magazine on culture and ideas about possible futures. Founded in 2010 by ‘futurists’ from CopenhagenRead more.
Spreading Happiness through The Happy Newspaper
The mainstream news is a pretty depressing read, so Emily Coxhead created The Happy Newspaper to celebrate good news. EmilyRead more.
Kajet Journal, an independent journal from Eastern Europe
Kajet Journal is an independent journal about Eastern European culture, identity and experiences. I bought issue 1 about Communities asRead more.
Print Isn’t Dead: 4 Reasons to Read Independent Magazines
They said that online media would kill print, but indie magazines are proving its power. Far from print being dead,Read more.
Lunch Lady Magazine Explores Food and Family
Lunch Lady has been on my radar for a while for its colourful pages, fun recipes and relaxed attitude. ButRead more.
A Weekend Exploring Margate
Margate is the original summer holiday destination. We took a train down for the weekend to discover its vintage seasideRead more.
Interview with Kayti Peschke, Founder of Caboodle Magazine
The glorious hot holiday-like weather we’ve been having in the UK inspired me to read the most summery independent magazineRead more.
Inspiration for New Zealand with Lodestars Anthology
This autumn we are off to New Zealand – for a trip that I’ve been dreaming of for more thanRead more.
Print! Tearing It Up at Somerset House
Last weekend my husband Dan and I went to Print! Tearing It Up, an exhibition about independent magazines at SomersetRead more.
Lionheart Magazine explores Nature in issue 9 ‘Land, Water & Air’
I love the pull of the wilderness in Lionheart magazine. Summer in London is my favourite season to live here.Read more.
Magnum Chronicles: A Brief Visual History in the Time of Isis
Magnum Chronicles is probably one of the most challenging magazines I’ve ever read. A Brief Visual History in the TimeRead more.
Backstage Talks Takes us Behind the Scenes of Design
Designers influence so much of our lives, yet their own lives can be a bit of a mystery. So, IRead more.
Healthy Food and Natural Living with Walnut Magazine
I’ve always been interested in food. Everything from the flavours, textures, smells, colours, to the roots of where the recipeRead more.
Cedar Magazine Issue One
From the very first page, Cedar Magazine feels like a quintessentially English magazine. Inspired by nature, the photography and articlesRead more.
A Pilgrimage to Papersmiths, Bristol
Ever since Papersmiths opened in Bristol I’ve wanted to visit. Colourful stationery and independent magazines equals my dream come true.Read more.