Magazines

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  • Romance Journal

    £16.00
    Romance Journal is a publication devoted to exploring truth and raising our collective consciousness. In the midst of personal trials and global challenges each issue, based on a theme, will explore human experiences through the eyes of 10 powerful, thoughtful, and creative women awakening to their life’s purpose. Learn More
  • GoGo Paris

    £10.99
    Here is the essential edit of the 600+ hottest spots to eat, drink, shop, sleep, and hang out in Paris this autumn and winter. Written by a Paris-based team, the guide has a special focus on emerging local designers, independent boutiques, small neighbourhood bars and fresh new restaurants that no other guide knows about yet. Unique on the market, it is updated twice a year, so is at least a season ahead of the rest. With the Gogo Paris city guide, you'll be as in-the-know as any Parisian about what's happening around town now. All written in English Learn More
  • Badlands 777

    £14.00

    Badlands777 magazine is a self-published annual print magazine based in London, UK.

    Creative Directors: Chloe Lamb, Jade Lamb and Lilli-Rose Bailey
    Publishers: Chloe Lamb, Jade Lamb and Lilli-Rose Bailey

    Badlands 777 started out in 2010 as a blog, evolving into a vintage label, DIY fashion collection and most recently, a self-titled magazine ‘BADLANDS777’. The brand is about ‘sexually charged fashion, rock n’ roll nostalgia and female supremacy’, creating designs for and content inspired by ‘the wild at heart and the weird on top’.

     

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  • Uppercase

    £14.00

    UPPERCASE is a quarterly magazine for the creative and curious inspired by craft, design and illustration. A playful exploration of creativity, an affinity for vintage ephemera, and a love of handmade are some elements common in each issue. The magazine boasts high-quality paper and printing, a unique design aesthetic and incredible attention to detail. Adored by readers around the world, it has been recognised for its design excellence. Learn More
  • Believer ,The

    £12.00

    In August 2017 The Believer magazine is re-launching with a mission to re-occupy the sacred ground of literary non-fiction in an era where facts and artistry are under assault. 

    See Full Description below for more details.

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  • Stand Magazine

    £7.50

    Stand Magazine offers prose and poetry for the contemporary reader.

    Stand first appeared in 1952 when Jon Silkin used his £5 redundancy money, received after trying to organise some of his fellow manual workers, to found a magazine which would 'Stand' against injustice and oppression, and 'Stand' for the role that the arts, poetry and fiction in particular, could and should play in that fight.

    In its 50 plus years, Stand has published early work by many writers who have gone on to become established figures - Ken Smith, Tony Harrison, Michael Hamburger, Douglas Dunn, Jeffrey Wainwright and George MacBeth are just a few. The magazine has also played a major role in bringing the work of Russian and East European writers in translation to an English-speaking audience.

    The search for inventive or radical or experimental work goes on, as Stand appears quarterly, featuring the best in new writing, poetry, fiction and criticism.

    Stand first appeared in London, then moved to Leeds when Jon Silkin was Gregory Fellow in Poetry, and where he studied for a degree in English. It moved again to Newcastle in 1965, returning to Leeds in 1999 after Jon Silkin's death. Stand is an independent company, but works in close association with the School of English at the University of Leeds, and the School was proud to be able to host the 50th birthday celebrations for this distinguished magazine, and to look forward to to its future under a new editorial team.

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  • Varoom

    £12.00

    Illustration, culture, society

    Varoom – the illustration report, is a unique publication commenting and discussing the contemporary illustrated image in depth, and features interviews with illustrators, image-makers and designers as well as featuring critical articles on different aspects of contemporary illustration by leading commentators

    A range of expert contributing editors reveal their choice of work that has most impressed them over the last few months from the worlds of illustration and design, fashion and politics, music and digital, children’s books and reportage.

    Regular Varoom columnists, illustrators Marian Bantjes and Paul Davis, offer amazing visuals and comment with beautiful styling and acerbic wit. 

     

    www.theaoi.com/varoom

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  • Anorak

    £6.50

    Just like much loved children’s magazines and annuals of the past Anorak is designed to be collected, kept, handed down and revisited. “Anorak is what would happen if Monty Python, Ralph Steadman and René Magritte decided to make a magazine for children. It's anarchic, fun, laugh-out-loud strange and readable for kids of all ages.” Huffington Post

    www.anorakmagazine.com

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