A magazine that’s also a bookmark

Fallon in London has launched a new magazine project that accepts submissions of writing and illustration online, and then picks the ten best to be included in a print magazine, that comes in quite an unusual format…

Fallon in London has launched a new magazine project that accepts submissions of writing and illustration online, and then picks the ten best to be included in a print magazine, that comes in quite an unusual format…

Over at dogear.co.uk, Fallon curates the 30 best submittied pieces, selecting a further ten out of those to be published. The magazine is free, and can be found hiding in libraries and independent bookshops across London.

The magazine folds up, concertina-style, into something small enough to fit inside a book, so it can double as a bookmark.

Submissions for Dog Ear can be sent in to dogear.co.uk

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