Sinopsis

A podcast about magazines and the people who make them. Each episode features a chat with a different person in magazines, finding out how they got into publishing and what they're currently working on.

Episodios

  • 28 — Ben Mervis (Fare)

    28 — Ben Mervis (Fare)

    12/02/2020 Duración: 28min

    Ben is the founder and editor of Fare, a magazine that explores cities via their food culture. We hear about the process of creating a first issue, why and how Ben travels to new cities for each issue, and using a reliable team of collaborators to create familiarity as the magazine jumps around the world.faremag.comInstagram

  • 27 — Cam Held  Christine Reighley (Maine The Way)

    27 — Cam Held & Christine Reighley (Maine The Way)

    29/01/2020 Duración: 26min

    Cam Held and Christine Reighley are the founders of Maine The Way, a magazine about the state of Maine. After two years and eight issues, Christine and Cam have built a loyal readership via crowdfunding and Subsail-powered subscriptions, and we also hear how and why they produce their magazine about Maine locally in-state.Maine The Waymtwquarterly.comInstagramRecommended magazinesBesideDelayed Gratification

  • 26 — Kai Brach (Offscreen)

    26 — Kai Brach (Offscreen)

    17/01/2020 Duración: 31min

    Kai publishes Offscreen, a magazine about the “human side of technology.” Now 22 issues in, Offscreen has grown from a title covering tech companies into a publication that challenges how we as humans think about technology. We talked about this progressive change in focus, how to make a magazine sustainable over an 8-year period and his popular newsletter, Dense Discovery, which he sends out weekly to 20,000+ readers.Offscreenoffscreenmag.comInstagramTwitterShow linksmagpile.com/offscreen/Dense DiscoveryOffscreen Blog "Production" categoryHeftwerkIndie Maganomics post

  • 25 — Danny Giacopelli (Courier)

    25 — Danny Giacopelli (Courier)

    27/11/2019 Duración: 24min

    Danny Giacopelli is the editor of Courier magazine, a title that covers business and startups from around the world. We had a great conversation about Danny's start in magazines at Monocle, his move across London to Courier and the magazine's plans for growth.Couriercouriermedia.co Twitter InstagramDanny's reading recommendationsThe New YorkerThe EconomistApartamentoPopeye

  • 24 — Indhira Rojas (Anxy)

    24 — Indhira Rojas (Anxy)

    20/11/2019 Duración: 27min

    Indhi Rojas is the founder and creative director of Anxy, a magazine about mental health and our “inner worlds.” Last month Indhi announced she has stopped publishing this multi award-winning magazine so I thought it would be great to hear more about Anxy's story. We talked about why she started a print magazine in a digital world, validating ideas and growing audiences on Kickstarter, and how to make the decision to end a well-loved and well-respected magazine.Anxy anxymag.com Twitter Instagram 

  • 23 — Alice Pomfret (Akin)

    23 — Alice Pomfret (Akin)

    01/11/2019 Duración: 25min

    Alice is founder and editor of Akin, a bi-annual magazine which is inspired by a different person for each issue. Alongside the magazine, Alice has started hosting events for the creative community in her native Norwich, England, and selling indie mags at various popups around the city, which we discuss in our chat.Akinakinmagazine.comInstagramAliceTwitterInstagramAlice's reading recommendationsMacGuffinNew York Times MagazineMagCulture

  • 22 — Sam Diss (Mundial)

    22 — Sam Diss (Mundial)

    18/10/2019 Duración: 32min

    Sam is the Commissioning editor of Mundial, a football culture magazine from London. In our chat, Sam explains how Mundial came about as “a group chat that kind of got out of hand”, Sam's trip to New York for the recently released 19th issue, plus Mundial's latest project, a full-on football team.Mundial: mundialmag.com Twitter InstagramSam: Twitter InstagramSam's magazine recommendationsFantastic ManThe Happy ReaderGQ (US)California Sunday

  • 21 — Robbie Russell (Assistant editor of PUSH)

    21 — Robbie Russell (Assistant editor of PUSH)

    10/08/2017 Duración: 24min

    Robbie is the assistant editor and commercial manager of PUSH, a new magazine focusing on youth culture. Robbie launched the magazine after university and has big plans. We also delve deep into PUSH's successful free distribution model.Sponsored bySubsail is a new platform to help you sell recurring magazine subscriptions and manage your subscribers. Built specifically for self-published magazines, Subsail is full of features to make selling and handling subscriptions really easy.Where to find Pushwww.pushmagazine.net@pushthemag on Twitter@pushthemag on InstagramPUSH on FacebookRobbie's reading recommendationsPlaces + FacesSpaces In-BetweenFantastic Man

  • 20 — Felicia Pennant (Editor of SEASON)

    20 — Felicia Pennant (Editor of SEASON)

    01/08/2017 Duración: 26min

    Felicia is editor of SEASON, a football magazine for and about women. We chatted about the magazine's position in giving female football fans a voice, a final-year thesis that sparked the idea for SEASON, and a unique way the magazine engages its readers.Sponsored bySubsail is a new platform to help you sell recurring magazine subscriptions and manage your subscribers. Built specifically for self-published magazines, Subsail is full of features to make selling and handling subscriptions really easy.Where to find SEASONseason-zine.comSEASON on Facebook@season_zine on InstagramFelicia's reading recommendationsManongal-demRiposte

  • 19 — Kai Brach (Editor of Offscreen)

    19 — Kai Brach (Editor of Offscreen)

    27/07/2017 Duración: 31min

    Kai is the Editor of Offscreen, a magazine that looks at the human side of technology. We talk about the magazine's custom subscription and ordering system, problems Kai had with the magazine's new binding method, and Heftwerk, a Berlin-based collective of companies Kai helped set up to make producing a magazine a lot easier.SPONSORED BYSubsail is a new platform to help you sell recurring magazine subscriptions and manage your subscribers. Built specifically for self-published magazines, Subsail is full of features to make selling and handling subscriptions really easy.Show notesOffscreen's ordering systemBuilding a custom magazine subscription management system (Offscreen blog)Rebranding diaryWhere to find Offscreenoffscreenmag.com@offscreenmag on Twitter@offscreenmag on InstagramKai's reading recommendationsUtopia for Realists (book)AnxyGood Newspaper

  • 18 — Bethany Thompson  Sam Bradley (Editors of Counterpoint)

    18 — Bethany Thompson & Sam Bradley (Editors of Counterpoint)

    18/07/2017 Duración: 23min

    Sam and Bethany are the editors of Counterpoint, a magazine full of illustrations and writing on a different theme each issue. We had a nice chat about Counterpoint's hand-bound and risograph production processes, moving from online to a very specific print product, and their upcoming issue about food.

  • 17 — Christi Barnes (Managing editor of Woven)

    17 — Christi Barnes (Managing editor of Woven)

    06/07/2017 Duración: 20min

    Christi is the managing editor of Woven, a Seattle-based magazine that interviews artists, creatives and entrepreneurs. We talked about the magazine's journey from a digital platform to a printed publication, personally interviewing for each feature, and a potential to grow the team for future issues.

  • 16 — Wendy Huynh (Editor of Arcades)

    16 — Wendy Huynh (Editor of Arcades)

    30/06/2017 Duración: 20min

    Wendy is the editor of Arcades, a magazine which buries itself in a city's suburbs for each issue. In our chat we talked about the magazine's origins as a student project, how the cities she features affect each issue and the magazine's raw design style.

  • 15 — Lucy Chesters (Editor of Ethos)

    15 — Lucy Chesters (Editor of Ethos)

    23/06/2017 Duración: 22min

    Lucy is the editor of Ethos, a magazine reporting on ethical and progressive businesses and business people. We chat about Ethos' crowdfunding campaign from last year, their collaborative publishing projects, and the balance between their print and digital efforts.

  • 14 — Matthew Porter (Editor of DOG)

    14 — Matthew Porter (Editor of DOG)

    14/06/2017 Duración: 24min

    Matthew is an editor of DOG, a "modern lifestyle magazine exploring the presence and influence of dogs and their owners in society.” It was great to hear from Matt about the magazine’s origins, how they go about selecting a different breed for each issue, and the ways they report on life with dogs.

  • 13 — Johnny Crisp (Deputy editor of Perdiz)

    13 — Johnny Crisp (Deputy editor of Perdiz)

    09/06/2017 Duración: 21min

    Johnny is Deputy editor and Translator at Barcelona-based Perdiz, a magazine "about people and the things that make them happy." We talk about some of the interesting stories unearthed for issue 8, how the team go about sourcing their content, and the multilingual aspect of the magazine.

  • 12 — Sean Dagan Wood (Editor-in-chief of Positive News)

    12 — Sean Dagan Wood (Editor-in-chief of Positive News)

    01/06/2017 Duración: 25min

    Sean is the Editor-in-chief of Positive News, a publication focused on good journalism about the good things that are happening. We chat about the magazine's history, starting as newsprint in 1993, and its smart, ethical and positive publishing outlook.Show notesPositive News crowdfunding campaignIssue 89 on MagpilePositive News membershipWhere to find Positive Newspositive.news@positivenewsuk on Twitter@positivenewsuk on InstagramSean's magazine recommendatiosDelayed GratificationThe OutpostEthosStand

  • 11 — Lene Haugerud (Editor of Brygg)

    11 — Lene Haugerud (Editor of Brygg)

    03/02/2017 Duración: 19min

    Lene is the editor of Brygg, a magazine about "conversation and coffee." We discuss Brygg's past as a Norwegian-language coffee magazine, it's change to an English-language cultural title, and what's coming up in the next issue.Where to find Lene and Brygg@lenehaugerud on Twitter@beyondmeek on Instagram@Brygg_magazine on Twitter@brygg_magazine on Instagrambryggmagasin.noLene's magazine recommendationsThe Happy ReaderThe First Line

  • 10 — Steven Watson (Founder of Stack Magazines)

    10 — Steven Watson (Founder of Stack Magazines)

    23/01/2017 Duración: 22min

    Steve is the founder of Stack Magazines, a magazine subscription service that sends you a different independent magazine every month. Steve is slowly building a magazine-focused empire; in this episode we touch on a few of his latest projects, the Stack Awards and the Stack podcast.Show notesStack AwardsReal ReviewStack LiveRough TradeGym ClassmagCulture MeetsStack PodcastPublishing PlaybookWhere to find Steve (and Stack)@StackMagazines on Twitter@StackMagazines on InstagramSteve's magazine recommendationsThe MoveReal ReviewWeapons of Reason

  • 9 — Elliot and Samantha Stocks (Lagom)

    9 — Elliot and Samantha Stocks (Lagom)

    30/03/2015 Duración: 39min

    Elliot and Samantha Stocks are the husband and wife team behind Lagom, a new magazine which looks at creativity, and the balance between work and play. In the episode, they talk through the new issue (released last week), how they manage publishing the magazine in their spare time, selecting photos for their covers, and we discussed their interesting use of partnerships to support the magazine's growth.Show notesLagom, issue 2Magpile Magazine Awards 20148 FacesOffscreen Behind-the-scenes blog postsDigest’s typography & grids (part 1)Pay your contributors@elliotjaystocks@samkabam@readlagomMagazine recommendationsFour & SonsSidetrackedHot Rum Cow

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