Few city mags pack in as much excitement, nostalgia and personality as Detroit-based Grand Circus magazine
Amsterdam-based Voortuin talks mental health and 20-somethings who are “struggling but also not struggling”
Lina Rincón and Juliana Gómez, founders of Yuca magazine, on making their launch issue
Andrea Kurland, editor-in-chief of Huck magazine, on a decade of independence and thinking digital first
Fronted by a svelte tummy button and promising 'a bold feminine perspective on society, politics and the arts', Lyra magazine launched earlier this summer
Hayley Louisa Brown, founder of hip hop magazine Brick, on her much-anticipated second issue
Sean Santiago, founder of Cakeboy magazine, on queerness and spending money in the wrong places
Max Siedentopf, co-founder of Ordinary magazine, on his brilliantly bizarre arts publishing project
We meet Davide Cazzaro, founder of Nang magazine, the 10-issue publishing project dedicated to Asian cinema
Les Jones, founder of Where & When, on trusting in the randomness of strangers' invitations
The founders of Madrid-based 'reference magazine' Cookbook on their conceptual take on publishing
Peter Lundgren, founder of t-shirt magazine T-Post, on creating the first ever wearable TEDx talk
Kenny Ho, creative director of Article magazine, on the gradual shift towards a more business-minded approach
Arthur King, founder and curator of Feelings magazine, on the science-themed issue of his 'print mixtape'
Conor Purcell, founder and editor of We Are Dublin, on publishing unheard stories from the Irish capital
One glance at the cover of contemporary art magazine Even tells you this is no ordinary arts title. With its dense text obscuring an eclectic image (which is revealed on the magazine's last page) there's a clear desire to do things differently.