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Essential Lockdown Reads from We Love Print

Make the most of time in lockdown with these six reads from the best indie magazine titles.

Who better to recommend some of the top reads from the best indie magazines than James Laffar, from mag distribution specialists Ra and Olly and founder of We Love Print our Market Magazine Stall who specialise in coffee table worthy independent magazines and more.

So put the coffee on, find a sunny spot and get stuck in to this pick of the best recent and archive articles.

The most recent print editions of all titles are available to buy at www.magculture.com

Culture Now 

Ethos Magazine: The City’s Going Local 

Our cities are being reclaimed and refashioned into accessible, convenient neighbourhoods. Will lockdown can accelerate this process?

 

Ethos is a magazine for and about people who embrace innovative ways of doing business.

Buy Edition #12 here

One from the Archive

Courier Magazine: Inside the Cannabis Economy

An oldie but a goodie. From lifestyle magazines to cooking classes, how the green economy is going mainstream.

 

Courier has been covering insightful and inspiring stories of modern business across print, podcasts, events since 2013.

April/ May 2020 Edition available to buy here

Reflection 

Like the Wind Magazine. James Dunn: Me, Myself and I 

Running blogger James shares the truth about running alone.

 

Like the Wind is an sports magazine but not as you know it.  An indie running title full of beautiful photography, illustrations and stories.

Issue #23 available to buy here

Reportage

Delayed Gratification: Fighting the Ghost 

The legacy of Ebola and the race for a vaccine  One from the archive but so relevant in current times.

 

Delayed Gratification Magazine from reader funded Slow-Journalism.com focuses on the values we all expect from quality journalism – accuracy, depth, context, analysis and expert opinion.

Issue #37 available to buy here 

The Interview

Cocoa and Jasmine. Suhair Khan on Google Arts and Culture 

How Suhair Khan, Google’s global lead on arts and culture initiatives, is shaping the way we access the Arts.

 

Cocoa and Jasmine is a cultural publication and agency specialising in conversations between creatives, organisation and cultural entrepreneurs.

Buy Issue #2 ‘The West’ here

An Essay

Emergence Magazine: Negative Love by Daisy Hildyard

How the Covid-19 pandemic has drawn our attention to the space between things.

 

An online publication with an annual print edition. Emergence covers the timeless connections between ecology, culture and spirituality.

Buy Issue #1 here 

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