Print is Dead. Long live Print

10.03.2015 | Culture , Literature | BY:

Everyone has an opinion when it comes to print. Some think it’s a dying industry, while others will prompt you to take a look at the magazines on the stands, and more closely at those independent titles that keep coming back for more. Ruth Jamieson’s latest book, Print is Dead. Long live Print, does just that; it is a look at the creatively led magazines that are currently shaping the future of print journalism.

We are very honoured to be featured in the tome alongside some of our favourite publications such as Hole and Corner, Manzine and Kinfolk.

Print is Dead, Long Live Print is available now here

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