newmanology
newmanology:

My Favo(u)rite Magazine is a project created by Jeremy Leslie and Andrew Losowsky to benefit me and my family in the wake of the serious accident I suffered earlier this year. It’s a wonderful collection of commentary from 88 publication designers, editors, and other visual stars, listing (and showing) their favorite magazine. This great gathering of publication talent has been a wonderful spirit boost for my recovery, as well as holding the promise of some dearly-needed financial support to cover huge medical bills and the loss of work income. Copies of My Favo(u)rite Magazine can be purchased through the Magculture site. For more information and for a good look at some of the coolest favorite magazines, check out these excerpts from the Society of Publication Designers. In addition to buying a copy of this amazing publication, you can also help the cause by sharing this message on Tumblr, Facebook and any other social media sites. Thanks so much to everyone who helped make My Favo(u)rite Magazine!

Didn’t meet the editorial deadline for submissions, but Saucy Magazine heartily endorses this mag (the printing came out nicely, too) and we’ve bought copies for friends. Makes a nice gift. 

newmanology:

My Favo(u)rite Magazine is a project created by Jeremy Leslie and Andrew Losowsky to benefit me and my family in the wake of the serious accident I suffered earlier this year. It’s a wonderful collection of commentary from 88 publication designers, editors, and other visual stars, listing (and showing) their favorite magazine. This great gathering of publication talent has been a wonderful spirit boost for my recovery, as well as holding the promise of some dearly-needed financial support to cover huge medical bills and the loss of work income. Copies of My Favo(u)rite Magazine can be purchased through the Magculture site. For more information and for a good look at some of the coolest favorite magazines, check out these excerpts from the Society of Publication Designers. In addition to buying a copy of this amazing publication, you can also help the cause by sharing this message on Tumblr, Facebook and any other social media sites. Thanks so much to everyone who helped make My Favo(u)rite Magazine!

Didn’t meet the editorial deadline for submissions, but Saucy Magazine heartily endorses this mag (the printing came out nicely, too) and we’ve bought copies for friends. Makes a nice gift. 

kickstarter
kickstarter:

kthread:

This just happened. 
Putting a creative thing out in the world and owning it (seriously, all the mistakes in Saucy mag are mine) is scary. Also absurdly fun. Feeling supported by the Kickstarter team through all of it is a big shot of confidence. 
Thank you for supporting the next issue of Saucy Magazine.
A few more days left in the campaign! Here’s the cover. 

The latest issue of Saucy is complete!

Such happiness to have the real magazines here. Shipping has commenced! 
You can pick up extra copies for friends and lovers here. 
<3 you, Kickstarter. 

kickstarter:

kthread:

This just happened

Putting a creative thing out in the world and owning it (seriously, all the mistakes in Saucy mag are mine) is scary. Also absurdly fun. Feeling supported by the Kickstarter team through all of it is a big shot of confidence. 

Thank you for supporting the next issue of Saucy Magazine.

A few more days left in the campaign! Here’s the cover

The latest issue of Saucy is complete!

Such happiness to have the real magazines here. Shipping has commenced! 

You can pick up extra copies for friends and lovers here

<3 you, Kickstarter. 

mcnallyjackson

mcnallyperiodicals:

A roundup of some of the literary magazines rolling around McNally Jackson this summer. Lacanian Ink isn’t really a lit journal, more an academic critical philosophy rag, but this special issue is of interest because if features multiple essays by Slavoj Zizek on classic operas(!). The fall issue of N+1 is the most recent to arrive, this week, an “evil” issue (the meta-play by Gregory S. Moss about a devil-in-a-theater during a play of sorts is lovely and disturbing). 

 

THE PARIS REVIEW

LAPHAM’S QUARTERLY

ARMCHAIR/SHOTGUN

LITTLE STAR

A PUBLIC SPACE

LACANIAN INK

N+1

BRICK

GRANTA

We would like to be carried in McJ someday. Great bookstore. Great magazine friends in that section for Saucy Mag.