UK 3 Publications in Random Order
EATEN is a magazine focused on everything food history published three times a year. Each volume contains historic recipes, enlightening gastronomic essays and fascinating tales written by passionate journalists, historians, and gastronomes eager to celebrate the past and present of what we eat.
The theme is “Sweet & Sour” and includes M.F.K. Fisher’s 1978 visit to Japan, to write the foreword to Shizuo Tsuji’s book Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art; a history of bitter Seville oranges; a survey of sugar sculpture in Europe from the sixteenth century onward; an investigation into the maritime origins of the whiskey sour.
The theme is “Surf&Turf” and includes among others the fight over muskrat eating in Michigan; the saga of a surfer’s cocktail and the foods of survival in the Antarctic, and many other culinary stories from the land, the sea, and everywhere in between.
The theme is “Futures Past” and includes among others the laboratories attempting to grow hamburgers; the space foods of Soviet Russia;the sacrificial lambs purported to tell the future, and many other wild and wonderful stories of meals yet to come.
AVAILABLE ALL THREE ISSUES ON OUR ONLINE SHOP.
Frequency – 3 times a year
Format – 19,5 x 24 cm
Pages – 128
Binding – softback
Country – USA / UK
Language – English
We ship every Thursday from Madrid (Spain) only within Europe. Due to the current situation related to the COVID-19 first shipping is planned for the 14th of May. Depending on where you are, shipping takes anywhere from 3 to 15 business days. For shipping outside of Europe, please contact us before making any purchases.
WHAT’S THE MAGAZINE CLUB?
Print clearly isn’t dead, and we want to prove it: we thought of a space for both magazine-makers and readers to meet in Madrid. The Magazine Club is a platform to understand and get in touch with indie magazines thanks to a program of bimonthly events taking place at Open Design Area. Magazine exhibitions and talks with the editors that stand behind the most exciting international publications are our ingredients to spread some indie culture around. The Magazine Club is born.
Margherita Visentini / Paloma Avila / Gema Navarro
Whether you’re interested in our events, you have published a magazine, you wanna support our project or collaborate with us, do not hesitate and drop us a line:
SABAT is a three-issue magazine (The Maiden Issue, The Mother Issue & The Crone Issue), fusing witchcraft and feminism, ancient archetypes and instant art to paint a portrait of and offer insight into what the occult means today.
“Satanic feminism, esoteric influences on high fashion and celebrating the darker side of being a woman: just a few things to be spellbound by in biannual magazine Sabat.” – VICE
“Sabat is a wizard of a magazine and it’s such an unexpectedly fantastic concoction. It brings together two interests of mine that I never thought would or could combine; witchy themes found in 90s TV shows like ‘Buffy’ and ‘Charmed’ on the one hand, and crisp design and typography on the other. You wouldn’t expect this combination to work, but it does.” – MAGCULTURE
All three issues available to purchase through our website!
TAMBOURINE is an online platform established for the promotion and distribution of the independent magazine scene. Its aim is to decipher the role of printed matter in contemporary culture, as well as provide its readers with the latest magazine releases, connecting the digital community with the highest quality printed matter goods.
2020 Magazine, Issue 0
2020 is an annual magazine that serves as a guide for the year that’s about to start. This, 0, is our first issue. A yearbook made from different perceptions about what’s to come in this year. Taking the idea from the fashion calendar, 12 authors from different branches are presenting their vision about the ideas, images and trends for the year that have been developed from the year before. An exercise about the immediate future from 12 different perspectives, one for each month. Every year, the magazine will be presented in a completely different way, adapting each publication to the moment we’re living and covering a whole decade, from 2020 to 2029.