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hotdog

hotdog, the off-kilter feminist poetry and illustration magazine has just dropped their third release, the ‘Delightfully Unprofessional’ issue that’s really made people sit up. We caught up with the magazine’s founders, Megan Conery and Molly Taylor, and asked what they’re up to.

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Libby Borton

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Four&Sons

Goofy and fluffy, prim and trim, flighty and slim - dogs are an endless marvel to humans. Whether they instil love or indifference, they are pervasive within our culture. We caught up with the Creative Director of Four&Sons, Marta Roca, to talk all things dogs. Now on their eighth issue, this Australia-based, pooch-powered magazine is winning followers everywhere.

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Libby Borton

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Lodestars Anthology

A lodestar is a guiding star, helping travellers navigate the ocean and thus, the world. Now in its third year of publication, Lodestars Anthology has swept across continents, gathering like-minded travellers along the way. Currently moored in New Zealand, Lodestars is set to sail on to France and India in the coming year. We caught up with Liz Schaffer, founding editor of the magazine, to find out more.

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Libby Borton

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Cedar

Cedar is a new addition to the developing mash-up genre of sophisticated gardening, photography and lifestyle that’s proving hugely popular at the moment. The Bath-based creators of the magazine, Matt Green and Katie Thomas, tell us how they got started.

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Libby Borton

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Lionheart

With the seventh issue of Lionheart flying off the shelves at Magalleria these past few weeks we thought we'd ask its founder, Helen Martin, why her magazine is going from strength to strength.

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Libby Borton

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Beneficial Shock!

Beneficial Shock! With a name like that it was always clear that this was a film magazine that wanted to do things a little differently. We put a few questions to the creative pair behind the magazine, Gabriel Solomons and Phil Wrigglesworth, to find out why they took a cattle prod to the genre…

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Daniel McCabe