Indie mags are undoubtedly having a moment. Over the last decade a whole host of independent, print magazines have popped up, ranging from politically and racially charged zines such as Mushpit and Gal-Dem, through to The Gentlewoman’s new slant on the women’s mag. In turn, the success of these magazines has created a market for popular subscription services such as Stack, while shops like Jeremy Leslie’s MagCulture have also developed a cult following.
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