Bridging Britain’s divides in Between Borders
Luc Hinson is the editor and co-founder of Between Borders, the new magazine aiming to straddle some of the dislocations that are currently dividing Britain. As he explains in this episode of the Stack podcast, the project began in 2017 and was inspired in large part by the fallout from the Brexit vote.
There have been plenty of other divisive events since then, though, and after publishing online for a couple of years and gradually figuring out their editorial voice, they’ve released their first print issue, themed around transit. Because as Luc and his co-founder Tom realised, virtually everyone in Britain has a direct relationship with transport and so they can relate to the stories.
It’s also a canny subject for a magazine that itself travels around cities, towns and villages to form bonds and associations with the people it meets along the way, and I’m very pleased to say we have copies on sale in the Stack shop, so head over there to see sample spreads and more information, and of course to buy a copy for yourself.