Intern Magazine

Showcasing the work of the unpaid and underpaid along with inciting a debate over hierarchies in the creative workplace

Getting your foot in the door in the creative industry is not an easy feat. With economic fluctuations in recent years and people retiring later and later, paid opportunities for recent graduates are harder to come by. Far from accepting an unpaid fate forever, Manchester-based Alec Dudson started Intern Magazine to both showcase the work of interns across creative fields and also spark a debate …

The Cleaver Quarterly

A new print magazine showcases real Chinese food in an entirely new (and global) light

If your Chinese food vocabulary consists of “General Tso’s” and “orange chicken,” then it’s time to open your eyes to see what the world’s most populous country really has to offer. Lilly Chow, Jonathan White and Iain Shaw—three friends who met six years ago in Beijing while working on a city magazine—decided to create a new print publication, The Cleaver Quarterly, to showcase “Chinese food …

Stay Wild Magazine

We speak with the co-founder about the new publication that's dedicated to all things adventure

by Eva Glettner Stay Wild founders—husband and wife team Amy and Justin Morrison—are self-professed adventurers who live by their new magazine’s mission statement. The duo (the former a business planner and the latter a creative director with over a decade of experience) recently hit their Kickstarter goal and now announce the inaugural edition of the already-international Stay Wild Magazine—a free, eco-friendly printed publication that’s all …