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magRush 2013, part 2

Starting from midday today on magCulture, Jeremy Leslie will be reviewing one magazine an hour – for 24 hours. It’s 2013’s second instalment of #magRush

The Modern Magazine conference

The Modern Magazine conference takes place this Wednesday at Central St Martins College of Art. There’s a great line-up of speakers (read on) and tickets are still available

Glory Glory

Typographic posters from the Glory Glory exhibiton and book, curated by Alex Brown, Nick Blakeman and Craig Oldham

The Modern Magazine conference

A strong line-up is taking shape for The Modern Magazine conference, which will take place in London on October 16

Interning explained

A new magazine on interning in the creative industries will help to promote new work while opening up the debate

My Favo(u)rite Magazine out now

In May, Andrew Losowsky and Jeremy Leslie announced the launch of a special, one-off publication celebrating magazine-makers’ favourite magazines, with the profits from the venture going to help US art director, Bob Newman, who was recently hospitalised. My Favo(u)rite Magazine is now available to buy

Container: a magazine that’s not a magazine

An intriguing polystyrene box of artefacts, Container is the latest project from Artomatic’s Tim Milne. It has contributors, a theme, content and ambitions to be produced regularly – so that does that make it a magazine? asks Jeremy Leslie

The definition of a magazine

Container, a box of objects produced by a group of invited contributors, questions just what a magazine can be

My Favourite Magazine, for Bob Newman

MagCulture’s Jeremy Leslie and New York-based editor Andrew Losowsky are putting together a special publication celebrating people’s favourite magazines. The compendium will be printed and sold with all profits going to help the US art director, Bob Newman, who was recently hospitalised.

Back of the net! Goal pie!

Away from the newsstand, the indie publishing sector provides a more thoughtful take on football for the discerning fan

How to be an independent

If you’re going to self-publish, you need a passion for your subject and a unique take on it