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Kill Screen is a videogame arts and culture company dedicated to showing the world why games matter.  They are the voice of a generation that has grown up playing video games and is looking to carry that passion into adulthood.  Through their print magazine and website, they deliver thoughtful content about games and their intersections with the wider world. 

Kill Screen is a videogame arts and culture company dedicated to showing the world why games matter.  They are the voice of a generation that has grown up playing video games and is looking to carry that passion into adulthood.  Through their print magazine and website, they deliver thoughtful content about games and their intersections with the wider world. 

Day Job is a publication for anyone who has ever had a job they’ve loved, a job they’ve hated, a life-long calling or a way to make an easy buck. In short, it’s about work, a celebration of the everyday ways in which we spend our time and energy. As the inimitable Studs Terkel describes working, “It’s about a search, too, for daily meaning as well as daily bread, for recognition as well as cash.”

Day Job is a publication for anyone who has ever had a job they’ve loved, a job they’ve hated, a life-long calling or a way to make an easy buck. In short, it’s about work, a celebration of the everyday ways in which we spend our time and energy. As the inimitable Studs Terkel describes working, “It’s about a search, too, for daily meaning as well as daily bread, for recognition as well as cash.”

WAX is a bi-annual print publication exploring the intersection of art, culture and surfing in and around New York City. We believe that beauty and meaning can be found on sidewalks, boardwalks, skyscrapers and beaches alike. We’re interested in exploring the rich history of New York surfing, its beaches and residents and in finding a pathway of cultural creativity on and off the break. WAX shares the stories of area surfers who are also artists, designers, authors and auteurs. Each issue is organized around a unique theme, debuting with Issue #1: Dialogues in Spring 2012.

WAX is a bi-annual print publication exploring the intersection of art, culture and surfing in and around New York City. We believe that beauty and meaning can be found on sidewalks, boardwalks, skyscrapers and beaches alike. We’re interested in exploring the rich history of New York surfing, its beaches and residents and in finding a pathway of cultural creativity on and off the break. WAX shares the stories of area surfers who are also artists, designers, authors and auteurs. Each issue is organized around a unique theme, debuting with Issue #1: Dialogues in Spring 2012.

Makeshift is a print and online magazine about creativity in unlikely places, from the favelas of Rio to the alleys of Delhi. These are environments where resources may be scarce, but where ingenuity is used incessantly for survival, enterprise, and a self-expression. We believe in an industrial future fueled by networks of makers, from roadside engineers to co-working creatives. We are documenting a movement of hackers, sharers, and entrepreneurs innovating under resource constraints. Makeshift is about people, the things they make, and the context they make them in.

Makeshift is a print and online magazine about creativity in unlikely places, from the favelas of Rio to the alleys of Delhi. These are environments where resources may be scarce, but where ingenuity is used incessantly for survival, enterprise, and a self-expression. We believe in an industrial future fueled by networks of makers, from roadside engineers to co-working creatives. We are documenting a movement of hackers, sharers, and entrepreneurs innovating under resource constraints. Makeshift is about people, the things they make, and the context they make them in.

Working Class represents a community of local artists in New York. We are a Brooklyn-based quarterly web and print zine showcasing talent from all corners of the art world: writers, photographers, poets, illustrators, street artists, small business owners, actors and musicians. With New York as our vibrant – and sometimes brutal – backdrop, Working Class taps the pulse of the art world and discusses why we all stick around.

Working Class represents a community of local artists in New York. We are a Brooklyn-based quarterly web and print zine showcasing talent from all corners of the art world: writers, photographers, poets, illustrators, street artists, small business owners, actors and musicians. With New York as our vibrant – and sometimes brutal – backdrop, Working Class taps the pulse of the art world and discusses why we all stick around.

Tom Tom Magazine is the only magazine in the world dedicated to female drummers. It serves as the ultimate go-to guide for the latest and hottest info on lady drummers and beatmakers. Tom Tom seeks to raise awareness about female percussionists from all over the world and hopes to inspire women and girls of all ages to drum, all while strengthening and building the community of otherwise fragmented female musicians. Tom Tom Magazine is more than just a magazine, we are also TV, clothing, games and gear tailor-made for the female drummer from beginner to professional.

Tom Tom Magazine is the only magazine in the world dedicated to female drummers. It serves as the ultimate go-to guide for the latest and hottest info on lady drummers and beatmakers. Tom Tom seeks to raise awareness about female percussionists from all over the world and hopes to inspire women and girls of all ages to drum, all while strengthening and building the community of otherwise fragmented female musicians. Tom Tom Magazine is more than just a magazine, we are also TV, clothing, games and gear tailor-made for the female drummer from beginner to professional.

The Little Magazine Coalition, Meeting No. 1

The Little Magazine Coalition, Meeting No. 1

Wilder is a quarterly publication for contemporary cultivators and outdoor enthusiasts. We take readers around the world and tell stories from across the growing continuum - travel to architecture with chefs and botanists. 

Wilder is a quarterly publication for contemporary cultivators and outdoor enthusiasts. We take readers around the world and tell stories from across the growing continuum - travel to architecture with chefs and botanists. 

Kill Screen is a videogame arts and culture company dedicated to showing the world why games matter.  They are the voice of a generation that has grown up playing video games and is looking to carry that passion into adulthood.  Through their print magazine and website, they deliver thoughtful content about games and their intersections with the wider world. 

Kill Screen is a videogame arts and culture company dedicated to showing the world why games matter.  They are the voice of a generation that has grown up playing video games and is looking to carry that passion into adulthood.  Through their print magazine and website, they deliver thoughtful content about games and their intersections with the wider world. 

Day Job is a publication for anyone who has ever had a job they’ve loved, a job they’ve hated, a life-long calling or a way to make an easy buck. In short, it’s about work, a celebration of the everyday ways in which we spend our time and energy. As the inimitable Studs Terkel describes working, “It’s about a search, too, for daily meaning as well as daily bread, for recognition as well as cash.”

Day Job is a publication for anyone who has ever had a job they’ve loved, a job they’ve hated, a life-long calling or a way to make an easy buck. In short, it’s about work, a celebration of the everyday ways in which we spend our time and energy. As the inimitable Studs Terkel describes working, “It’s about a search, too, for daily meaning as well as daily bread, for recognition as well as cash.”

WAX is a bi-annual print publication exploring the intersection of art, culture and surfing in and around New York City. We believe that beauty and meaning can be found on sidewalks, boardwalks, skyscrapers and beaches alike. We’re interested in exploring the rich history of New York surfing, its beaches and residents and in finding a pathway of cultural creativity on and off the break. WAX shares the stories of area surfers who are also artists, designers, authors and auteurs. Each issue is organized around a unique theme, debuting with Issue #1: Dialogues in Spring 2012.

WAX is a bi-annual print publication exploring the intersection of art, culture and surfing in and around New York City. We believe that beauty and meaning can be found on sidewalks, boardwalks, skyscrapers and beaches alike. We’re interested in exploring the rich history of New York surfing, its beaches and residents and in finding a pathway of cultural creativity on and off the break. WAX shares the stories of area surfers who are also artists, designers, authors and auteurs. Each issue is organized around a unique theme, debuting with Issue #1: Dialogues in Spring 2012.

Makeshift is a print and online magazine about creativity in unlikely places, from the favelas of Rio to the alleys of Delhi. These are environments where resources may be scarce, but where ingenuity is used incessantly for survival, enterprise, and a self-expression. We believe in an industrial future fueled by networks of makers, from roadside engineers to co-working creatives. We are documenting a movement of hackers, sharers, and entrepreneurs innovating under resource constraints. Makeshift is about people, the things they make, and the context they make them in.

Makeshift is a print and online magazine about creativity in unlikely places, from the favelas of Rio to the alleys of Delhi. These are environments where resources may be scarce, but where ingenuity is used incessantly for survival, enterprise, and a self-expression. We believe in an industrial future fueled by networks of makers, from roadside engineers to co-working creatives. We are documenting a movement of hackers, sharers, and entrepreneurs innovating under resource constraints. Makeshift is about people, the things they make, and the context they make them in.

Working Class represents a community of local artists in New York. We are a Brooklyn-based quarterly web and print zine showcasing talent from all corners of the art world: writers, photographers, poets, illustrators, street artists, small business owners, actors and musicians. With New York as our vibrant – and sometimes brutal – backdrop, Working Class taps the pulse of the art world and discusses why we all stick around.

Working Class represents a community of local artists in New York. We are a Brooklyn-based quarterly web and print zine showcasing talent from all corners of the art world: writers, photographers, poets, illustrators, street artists, small business owners, actors and musicians. With New York as our vibrant – and sometimes brutal – backdrop, Working Class taps the pulse of the art world and discusses why we all stick around.

Tom Tom Magazine is the only magazine in the world dedicated to female drummers. It serves as the ultimate go-to guide for the latest and hottest info on lady drummers and beatmakers. Tom Tom seeks to raise awareness about female percussionists from all over the world and hopes to inspire women and girls of all ages to drum, all while strengthening and building the community of otherwise fragmented female musicians. Tom Tom Magazine is more than just a magazine, we are also TV, clothing, games and gear tailor-made for the female drummer from beginner to professional.

Tom Tom Magazine is the only magazine in the world dedicated to female drummers. It serves as the ultimate go-to guide for the latest and hottest info on lady drummers and beatmakers. Tom Tom seeks to raise awareness about female percussionists from all over the world and hopes to inspire women and girls of all ages to drum, all while strengthening and building the community of otherwise fragmented female musicians. Tom Tom Magazine is more than just a magazine, we are also TV, clothing, games and gear tailor-made for the female drummer from beginner to professional.

The Little Magazine Coalition, Meeting No. 1

The Little Magazine Coalition, Meeting No. 1

Wilder is a quarterly publication for contemporary cultivators and outdoor enthusiasts. We take readers around the world and tell stories from across the growing continuum - travel to architecture with chefs and botanists. 

Wilder is a quarterly publication for contemporary cultivators and outdoor enthusiasts. We take readers around the world and tell stories from across the growing continuum - travel to architecture with chefs and botanists. 

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The Little Magazine Coalition Is a network of independent magazine makers.

Through gatherings, workshops and the fostering of business partnerships, The LMC strives to make small magazines more visible and professionally viable.

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