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McSweeney’s #38

Posted: September 1st, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Literature | 29 Comments »

ISSUE #38 is a real beauty, with stories pulled in from all over the world—a grand tour, in prose, of a dozen places you have perhaps neglected to visit, up to now! There is Ariel Dorfman in Paris, with one eye on Chile, Bisi Adjapon in Ghana, Chanan Tigay with the Israeli Arabs of the Desert Scouts Brigade, Nathaniel Rich exploring the Northeast Kingdom, Steven Millhauser somewhere far away, deep, deep in the woods, and new fiction from Dave Eggers—and more stories, besides, plus a comic and color photography and a cover that’ll earn you admiring glances in whatever environment you’re in. Don’t even think about missing this one.

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Dazed & Confused #200

Posted: Juli 5th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Fashion, Literature, Music, Photography | 11 Comments »

The 200th issue of Dazed & Confused is on sale this Thursday 7 July, and the magazine celebrates this publishing milestone by inviting Björk to guest-edit the entire issue and “show us the future”. // Dazed editor Rod Stanley meets her at her home in New York to find out all about her remarkable new album and “app suite” Biophilia, currently making its performance debut in Manchester. // Also in the issue, she presents many of the scientists, designers, programmers, musicologists and artists that inspired and created the project. // The cover is exclusively revealed here, from the stunning shoot by artist Sam Falls, and styled by Katy England. Accelerate!

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It’s Nice That #6

Posted: Juli 4th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Design, Interview, Literature | 15 Comments »

ISSUE #6 of the It’s Nice That magazine includes interviews with George Lois, Asger Carlsen, Lawrence Weiner and Kate MacGarry as well as a conversation between Martino Gamper and Francis Upritchard. // It also includes features by Marion Deuchars, Mikey Please, Carl Kleiner, Nicholas Gottlund, David Bennewith, Toro Y Moi, Keith Haring and Shelagh Cluett as well as a selection of work recently featured online.

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ERRR #11

Posted: April 11th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Fashion, Film, Literature, Music | 18 Comments »

UNTITLED Yuli Sato / TIDY UP Franziska Sinn / STALLION Laura Macias Barrera / ERIKA Cassandra Gutiérrez Oosthuysen / CINQ PETITS RÉVES Frederik García / HOME Oscar Rubio / MONJES EN TRANSILVANIA Osvaldo Sánchez / DRIPPING Markus Linnenbrink / SAN CARLOS CENTRO CULTURAL Minory León / FLUIR Shadi Charbel / OJOS Regina G. Solórzano and Juan Carlos García Guerrero / CANTERA Renata Becerril / I’M FREE Andy Davis

Contact
Abel Ibáñez Galván
Dirección | Edición | Diseño | Publicidad
abel@errr-magazine.com

Andrea Belmont
Edición | Fotografía | Publicidad
andrea.belmont@errr-magazine.com

Distribución
estoesmio@errr-magazine.com

Suscripciones
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Founded in 2008 ERRR is a bimonthly print and digital magazine for visual art, literature, music, fashion and film. It is from Mexico and it is for free.

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McSweeney’s #37 / The Groundbreaking Issue

Posted: April 10th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Literature | 17 Comments »

Features: Jonathan Franzen on Upper East Side ambition // Jess Walter on the men who ride children’s bicycles in Spokane, Washington // Joe Meno on women who want to be eaten by lions // Etgar Keret and Joyce Carol Oates on murder and language in a restaurant called Cheesus Christ and at Gate C34 of Newark International Airport, respectively—and ten more stories besides, five of them strange and beautiful pieces from Kenya that will tell you, indelibly, what it’s like to be drunk for seventy-two hours straight in Nairobi or to smuggle contraband jam into the girls’ dormitory of the Precious Blood Riruta Secondary School or to fly over the Kalacha Goda oasis in a small plane, at sunset, with your brother in a coffin next to you // Other topics covered include unemployment, drumming vs. painting, and Faisal Shahzad, the Times Square car-bomb attempter.

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The White Review #1

Posted: April 5th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Literature, Politics | 19 Comments »

INTERVIEWS Dame Paula Rego on art / Tom McCarthy on literature / Andre Schiffrin on publishing // FICTION Desmond Hogan, From the Town / Patrick Langley, Beyond the Horizon // ART Marina Cashdan, The Idea Machine: Brion Gysin / Lawrence Lek, Five Installations / Viktor Timofeev, PLUSPyramid_1 // POETRY Alexander Nemser, Two Prose Poems / Charles Cros (tr. Sophie Lewis), L’Heure Froide // ESSAYS Donatien Grau, (Un)timely Considerations on Old and Current Issues / Leila Peacock, Futures Past: Monumental Memorials of Modern Berlin / Anthony Rudolf, Darkness and Dream: Levi reads Byron and Leopardi / D. W. Wilson, On the Notoriously Overrated Powers of Voice in Fiction // REPORTAGE Amabel Barraclough, Faces from a frontier: Marcus Leatherdale and the Adivasi / Ismail Einashe, In Somaliland

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The White Review is a quarterly arts, culture and politics magazine, published in print and online, and established on a non-profit economic model. Issue 1 is available now in bookstores everywhere and available by subscription. The website is updated with new, usually web-only content several times each week.
Edited, designed and defined by an emergent generation of London-based writers and artists, the magazine is creating a space for a new generation to express itself unconstrained by form, subject or genre.

The name – The White Review – is a reference to La Revue Blanche, a Parisian political, literary and artistic magazine which ran from 1889 to 1903. Politically,La Revue Blanche fought against the injustices of its time. In addition to defending Dreyfus as early as 1898, La Revue Blanche also denounced the evils of colonialism and the Armenian genocide amongst other events of political significance. It stood at the forefront of the avant-garde artistic scene, notably promoting the neo-Impressionists and Art Nouveau. Toulouse-Lautrec, Bonnard, and Vuillard were amongst the artists who illustrated La Revue Blanche, which also kept up to date with the wider artistic scene.

On the literary front, La Revue Blanche’s record is equally as impressive. In addition to publicising the ideas of major thinkers such as Nietzsche, Tolstoy, and Stirner, the journal played host to a new generation of major writers and thinkers with Marcel Proust, André Gide, Léon Blum, and Guillaume Apollinaire all contributing early writings.

The White Review is following in the footsteps of La Revue Blanche by providing a platform for a new generation of writers, thinkers, and artists to break through in an otherwise saturated industry. By offering a combination of unpublished fiction, essays on the arts and politics and long interviews with significant individuals in their fields, The White Review is reviving the spirit of La Revue Blanche, with its attendant openness to new ideas, art, literature, and radical politics.  -The White Review

www.thewhitereview.org


It’s Nice That #5

Posted: April 1st, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Design, Interview, Literature | 1 Comment »

The fifth issue of It’s Nice That includes interviews with Erwin Wurm, Matt Pyke, Rob Ryan, Isabella Rozendaal and Wilford Barrington. Features are contributed by Justin Taylor, Adrian Shaughnessy, Letman, John Divola, Tony Hayward and Trevor Jackson, alongside a selection of work recently featured on the blog. The subscription print is designed by Letman.

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The Drawbridge #19/Flight

Posted: Januar 19th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Literature, News Magazine, Photography | 12 Comments »

IN THIS ISSUE: Dave Anderson, Flights // Maurizio Anzeri, Enduring seconds // David Axelbank, Eagle, Lambeth County Fair, London, 2006 // Ingeborg Bachmann, Stowaways // Davide Bignami, The chair // Adolfo Bioy Casares, An unexpected journey // Karla Black, There can be no arguments // Carol Bove, Untitled, 2009 // Italo Calvino, The Night Driver // Flávio Carneiro, Confession // Michelle Charles, Blue Fly // Chandrahas Choudhury, Towards the Noor // Julio Cortázar, The island at noon // Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (38) // Michael Danner & Vanessa Karré, Birds of passage // Enrico David, Costume design, 2007 // Tishani Doshi, The Daughters of Clara // Hans-Peter Feldmann, The little seagull // Sandi Fellman, Insects // Luigi Ghirri, Marina di Ravenna, 1972 // Jim Goldberg, Athens, Greece, 2004 // Elijah Gowin, Falling in trees // Anjum Hasan, Killer queen // Margarete Jakschik, Untitled, 2009 // David Maisel, From the series Oblivion // Barry McKinley, In the line of fire // David Means, Facts toward understanding the spontaneous human combustion of Errol McGee // Carlo Mollino, In Porrentruy, Switzerland, circa 1970 // Simon Norfolk, Office supplies, US Border Control Detention Center, Tucson // Jason Orton, Rocket, Chandigarh, India, 2009 // Jia Pingwa, To Xi’an and back // Chloé Poizat, Dirigible // Tracy Quan, Taste freedom // Nick Relph, Pink elephant // Jules Renard, Fish // Michal Ronnen Safdie, From the series Vapor Trails // Vincenzo Ruggiero, Stop-motion stoics // Sankar, Up and down dealing // David Shrigley, Untitled // Taryn Simon, Contraband // Alec Soth, Charles, Vasa, Minnesota, 2002 // Sasa Stanisic, A classical education // John Stezaker, Paper cuts // George Szirtes, Flight path // Alberto Torres Blandina, Club of impossible desires // David Vann, Shockwaves // Mario Vargas Llosa, How I lost my fear of flying // Dan Williams, Author portraits // D.W. Wilson, Young man West // Yushane Yen, Decision

Contact
The Drawbridge
2 Meard Street
London
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UK

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The Drawbridge was launched five years ago by a group of enthusiasts for literature, art and design, and has since enjoyed great critical success and accumulated a loyal readership. With the Winter issue, Flight, we have outgrown our guise as a newspaper and progressed to a new book-sized full-colour format that allows space to bring you even more of the best photography, artwork, essays and fiction. -The Drawbridge

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Teller #1

Posted: November 15th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture, Literature | 21 Comments »

In ISSUE 1, Flavie Guerrand’s pictures, culled from hundreds of all-nighters in Paris and Berlin, tell the story of the ultimate party. // Charles Trotter, a commercial photographer based in Nairobi in the 1950s, shows us the decadence of colonial rule in its dying days. // Damien Poulain pictures a congregation that has already passed away. // Julia Hayes commemorates a ritual cleansing performed in a 1930s London slum and Joe Dilworth introduces the bucolic disciplines of Hungary’s Peasant Olympics. // Will Carruthers, Crispin Dowler, and Augustine Obeyeskera tell implausible tales of real life. // Nina Mangalanayagam opens the doors to a gathering of her Tamil family in Europe. //  Lee Scrivner disturbs the peace of the American backyard. //  And Thomas Rees goes for a ride in Russia.

Contact
For more information, submissions,
and where to buy Teller, please contact:
tellus@tellermagazine.com

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Edited by Katherine Hunt and Ruby Russell, designed by Neue Gestaltung (Anna Bühler & Pit Stenkhoff) and published by Trolley.

Teller is a magazine of stories. Stories told in pictures, in words, in both; short sharp stories, ‘so I once heard this story’ stories, stories of pure invention and stories that might just be true. It’s a miscellany, a platter for your enjoyment. Like an old sea dog accosting you at a wedding, fugitives from the plague passing time around the campfire, or just the rambling oracle propping up the bar, Teller will tell you the stories you always wanted to hear. –Teller

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hobo magazine #12

Posted: August 25th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Fashion, Film, Lifestyle, Literature, People | 13 Comments »

FASHION when you were young and on your own by shawn dogimont // INTERVIEWS isabel marant by arnold goron / yann martel by val litwin // MUSIC fan death by jules moore // ART mark gonzales by glenn o’brien / stupid fucking white man! by lawrence paul yuxweluptun // COVER nothing gold can stay by ari marcopoulos & mark gonzales

Contact
Letters to the editor, submissions, and publicity materials
PO box nº 34312, 2405 Pine Street
Vancouver BC Canada V6J 4P3
email address: inquire@hobomagazine.com

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Inspired by individuality, Hobo is a biannual lifestyle that mixes pop-culture with culture. Hobo celebrates originality in people, fashion, art, film and literature.

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