Cover vote – July 2018

by Karl Smith in December 2018
Art & designCurrent affairs

Voting for our readers’ favourite cover from June is now officially closed! Thanks to everyone who voted and helped the good people at Riposte magazine take yesterday’s accolade, and congratulations to Emma from Twitter on winning a Stack subscription for casting their vote!

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If you’ve been casting your vote every day but haven’t managed to take home the prize yet (or if you’re coming to us for the first time) – don’t worry! Another day means another chance to win, and today we’re voting for our favourite covers from July.

From now until 20 December we’ll be publishing the three most popular covers from each month of the year, according to likes on the Stack Instagram feed, and asking you to vote for your favourite. On 21 December, we’ll put all the monthly winners up against each other to decide 2018’s champion of champions. With the top title revealed on Christmas Eve, it’s also your chance to win a free Stack subscription for your trouble! Call it an early Christmas present, courtesy of Stack.

Check our Twitter and Instagram feeds today for your chance to weigh in. The voting ends at midnight tonight, and tomorrow morning we’ll pick one person to win a year’s subscription to Stack — so remember to check back!
Choose your favourite cover for June…

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Finally, we got our hands on copies of Tsurutokame, the fashion magazine for senior citizens in Japan Check the shop to order a copy before it all goes (bio link)

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The best new graduate writing, including fiction, poetry, book reviews and interviews on the theme of gender @cardiffreview Cover: @jackolivercoles

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New one from @odiseopublication, one of our favourite erotic titles. The Uniformity issue asks questions like, are your thoughts really your own? Is there such a thing as the self? Cover by @turkinafaso

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Okay – got your favourite? Just reply to today’s competition tweet or Instagram story for your chance to win!

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