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Print is Dead. Long live Print

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$ 49.95 | £ 29.99

Hardcover ISBN: 978-3-7913-4954-1

Date of publication:
US April 03, 2015
UK March 20, 2015
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This book is a dynamic and generously illustrated survey of independent publications that are breathing new life into old media.

While magazines such as Spin and The Face have disappeared from newsstands and mailboxes, non-traditional periodicals with names like Boneshaker, Lucky Peach, Anorak, WRAP, and Kinfolk are taking their places on shelves and coffee tables everywhere. "Print is Dead. Long Live Print" is an eye-opening look into the explosion of independent, creatively led magazines that are currently shaping the future of print journalism. It showcases over 50 examples of innovative magazines from around the globe. The book divides the magazines into genres, including art and culture, travel, sports, and style. Each periodical is represented by selected spreads and newly commissioned photography, along with a brief introductory text. Interviews with editors, art directors, and founders from each magazine offer background information as well as insight into why they decided to start their publications and the challenges they face. A directory at the back lists dozens more magazines worth investigating. This paean to the printed word is filled with creativity and innovation as well as hope for the future of print media.

"Print is dead. Or is it?" Interview with Ruth Jamieson on slow-journalism.com

Interview with Ruth Jamieson on lecool.com

Review on grafik.net

"Are we living through an indie publishing revolution?" - Interview with Ruth Jamieson on huckmagazine.com

"The niche world of indie magazines" - theguardian.com

Hardcover, 208 pages, 24,0 x 28,0 cm, 250 b/w illustrations

ISBN: 978-3-7913-4954-1

$ 49.95 | £ 29.99

Publishing House: Prestel

Date of publication:
US April 03, 2015
UK March 20, 2015

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