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Printout – New Beginnings

Posted by Steve Watson on Friday, January 4 2013

How exactly do you start a new magazine these days? And why would you bother?

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The first Printout of 2013 will take place on Tuesday 22 January at The Book Club, and in the spirit of the new year we’re dedicating it to New Beginnings.

We’ve invited the people behind three of the most exciting new magazine launches to come together and tell us why now is the time to be starting a print magazine.

We’ll be hearing from:

Kate Hawkings, editor of Gin & It, the booze-based younger sister of Fire & Knives
Eleanor Meredith, co-founder of The Loop, the children’s magazine that thinks it’s a newspaper
Sofia Niazi, co-founder of OOMK, the zine dedicated to promoting the work of creative women

We always get lots of questions at Printout about the practicalities of how people first started their magazines, and this will be a fantastic chance to get a totally up to date picture of how people are starting new magazines right now. We’ll make sure we leave lots of time for Q&A afterwards, and of course we’ll be bribing the speakers with free beer so you should be able to buttonhole them afterwards.

As always tickets cost £5 and it will be a good idea to buy them in advance. See you there!

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