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    • 4Q Magazine

    • 4Q Magazine

      4Q is a free national magazine published in the United Kingdom with a readership of 40,000. Founded by Andrew Jackson and Michael Smith, and later joined by Rob Pearson, the idea for the magazine had been intended as a university coursework project. After winning a local ‘Dragon’s Den’ style competition ... Read »


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    • 25 Magazine

    • 25 Magazine is an urban arts, entertainment and culture magazine headquartered in Washington, D.C. In January 2008, the magazine launched online as The Grind Magazine and covered careers, student life, entertainment, social issues and academics but later relaunched and rebranded in August 2008 as 25 Magazine, refo ... Read »


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    • 1843 (magazine)

    • 1843 (formerly Intelligent Life) is a bi-monthly cultural magazine published by the Economist Group. It was launched under the title Intelligent Life in September 2007 as a quarterly publication, having previously been a summer annual and describes its coverage as “the arts, style, food, wine, cars, travel and an ... Read »


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    • Abolishing the Borders from Below

    • Type Political philosophy Format Bimonthly magazine Founded 2001 Political alignment Anarchism Language English Ceased publication
    • Abolishing the Borders from Below

      Abolishing The Borders From Below was an anarchist magazine published by a Berlin-based collective since 2001. It was formed by a handful of Eastern European migrant anarchists and political and counter-cultural anti-authoritarians. The bi-monthly magazine was filled with articles from correspondents around Eastern Eu ... Read »


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    • Abyad wa Aswad

    • Abyad wa Aswad ("Black and White" in English) is an Arabic independent weekly political culture magazine published in Damascus, Syria. The magazine is privately owned. Abyad wa Aswad was established in early 2001. Publication license was granted in 2002, being the first independent political weekly in Syria. The first ... Read »


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    • Ad-Diya

    • Ad-Diya

      Between 1898 and 1906, the Arabic periodical aḍ-Ḍiyāʾ (“illumination“) was published twice a month in Cairo. There are eight year’s issues with 24 numbers each (first to third year), resp. 20 numbers each (fourth to eighth year). Editor in chief was IbrahÄ«m al-Yāziǧī (1847-190 ... Read »


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    • Adbusters

    • Adbusters Media Foundation

      The Adbusters Media Foundation is a Canadian-based not-for-profit, anti-consumerist, pro-environment organization founded in 1989 by Kalle Lasn and Bill Schmalz in Vancouver, British Columbia. Adbusters describes itself as "a global network of artists, activists, writers, pranksters, students, educators and entrepreneu ... Read »


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    • Aeon (digital magazine)

    • Aeon

      Aeon is a digital magazine of ideas, philosophy and culture. Publishing new articles every weekday, Aeon describes itself as a publication which "asks the biggest questions and finds the freshest, most original answers, provided by world-leading authorities on science, philosophy and society." Since 2016 it has been a ... Read »


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    • Aftaab

    • Lemar-Aftaab is an Afghan independent weekly magazine that focuses on the culture and politics of Afghanistan. Compared to other publications in the country, Aftaab has a secular bent and has drawn criticism from conservative Islamic scholars. In June 2003, the magazine was banned by the Afghan government because seve ... Read »


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    • The Agatya

    • The Agatya (also transliterated as The Agattya) was a Bangladeshi monthly periodical which began publishing in 1949. Its main focus was on literature and culture in Bangladesh and it was considered very popular before the advent of newer publications. It remains a signature periodical in the history of Bangladesh's soc ... Read »


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    • Aidai

    • Aidai and since 1992 Naujasis Židinys-Aidai (literally: Echoes and New Fireplace-Echoes) is a magazine about Lithuanian culture and literature. It was established in Munich, Germany, as a successor of the traditions of Naujoji Romuva and Židinys magazines published in interbellum Lithuania. Since 1992, Aidai is p ... Read »


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    • Al-Bayan (journal)

    • Al-Bayān

      The Arabic periodical al-Bayān (English: "announcement" or "declaration") was published once or twice a month from 1 March 1897 until 16 August 1898. It was edited in Cairo by IbrahÄ«m Al-Yāziǧī (1847–1906) and Bišāra Zalzal (1851–1905) and was the successor of the medical journal aá¹­- ... Read »


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    • Al-Jamia (magazine)

    • al-Ǧāmiʿa

      The Arabic periodical al-ǦāmiÊ¿a (meaning “community" in English) was founded in 1899 and initially published in Alexandria by Faraḥ Aná¹­Å«n (1874–1922), an Egyptian intellectual. The desk then moved to New York in 1906 and to Cairo in 1909. Between 1899 and 1910, 77 issues were published i ... Read »


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    • Al-MaÊ¿rifa (magazine)


    • Alba magazine

    • Alba is a magazine founded in Paris in August 2008. It explores the relationships between the Hispanic culture and other important cultures or cities. The magazine is bilingual Spanish-Chinese in Pekin, Spanish-French in Paris, and its articles always link two cultures and tend to be short. Regarding the short-story an ... Read »


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    • Alef (magazine)


    • Alefba

    • Alefba (Persian: الف‌ با‎‎) is a Persian-language literary magazine with two periods of publication, one in Iran before the 1979 revolution and another thereafter in France. Gholamhoseyn Sa’edi was the editor of both versions. In Iran the publisher was Amir Kabir Publishers, while in ... Read »


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    • Alfabeta

    • alfabeta was an Italian language monthly cultural and literary magazine published between 1979 and 1988 in Milan, Italy. The magazine was the cultural landmark in the country during its existence. alfabeta was established in Milan by Nanni Balestrini in May 1988. The editorial board of the magazine which was published ... Read »


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    • Anadolu Mecmuası


    • Anything That Moves

    • Anything That Moves

      Anything That Moves was a literary, journalistic, and topical magazine published in the United States from 1990 to 2002. It was created as an expansion of the San Francisco Bay Area Bisexual Network (BABN) newsletter by BABN member, Karla Rossi, in collaboration with bisexual and bi-friendly editors, writers, and artis ... Read »


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    • Ararat Quarterly

    • Ararat Quarterly

      Ararat Quarterly (1959–2008) is an international quarterly of literature, history, popular culture and the arts published in English The quarterly is published by the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) in New York, NY. ... Read »


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    • Arcadia (magazine)

    • Arcadia

      Arcadia is a Colombian-based monthly magazine. The magazine offers articles on arts, literature and movies. ... Read »


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    • Archeo (magazine)

    • Archeo is a monthly archeology magazine based in Rome, Italy. The magazine was first published in March 1985. It features articles on archaeological news. Andreas Steiner is the editor of the magazine. ... Read »


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    • Archeologia Viva

    • Archeologia Viva (meaning Archaeology Alive in English) is an Italian language magazine concerning archeology. It is headquartered in Florence, Italy. Archeologia Viva was established in 1986. The magazine is published by Giunti Gruppo Editoriale and is based in Florence. The magazine organizes meetings on archeol ... Read »


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    • Arena (Swedish magazine)

    • Arena

      Arena is a Swedish-language bi-monthly left-leaning magazine. It publishes reports, interviews and essays on politics and culture. Arena was founded by HÃ¥kan A. Bengtsson and Per Wirtén. It was first published in 1993 under the name Politikens, kulturens & idéernas arena. In 2003 the name was shortened to Are ... Read »


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    • Areté


    • Árran (Sami publication)


    • Artes (magazine)

    • Artes

      Artes was a Swedish cultural magazine about art, music and literature published between 1975 and 2005 in Sweden. Compared to younger magazines, it was known for its stability, genuine quality and as somewhat culturally conservative. Artes was started in 1975 by the Royal Swedish Academy of Music, the Royal Swedish ... Read »


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    • The Atlantic

    • The Atlantic

      The Atlantic is an American magazine, founded in 1857 as The Atlantic Monthly in Boston, Massachusetts. Since 2006[update], the magazine is based in Washington, D.C. Created as a literary and cultural commentary magazine, it has grown to achieve a national reputation as a high-quality review organ with a moderate world ... Read »


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    • Awedis

    • Awedis

      Awedis (Armenian: Աւետիս) is a Polish Armenian quarterly magazine published by the Foundation of Culture and Heritage of Polish Armenians in Poland. Awedis was founded in 2009 by Armen Artwich. The magazine is a social and cultural periodical, focused on the life of the Armenian diaspora in Poland. A ... Read »


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    • Ayandah

    • Āyanda: maǧalla-i siyāsī wa millī-i māhāna bā qismathā-i tārīḫī, adabī, iǧtimāʻī, iqtiṣādī wa ġaira

      The Persian journal Ayandeh (Persian: آینده; DMG: Āyandeh; English: "Future") was founded in Tehran by Mahmud Afshar (1893-1983) in 1925. The monthly journal was published in three issues with 46 numbers in total. The first number goes from June 1925 to March 1928 (24 issues), the second from October ... Read »


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    • Azari (magazine)

    • Azari (Azerbaijani: آذری, Persian: آذری‎‎) is a quarterly magazine published in Tehran in the Azerbaijani and Persian languages. It is a "cultural-social-literary-artistic" magazine managed by Behzad Behzadi (famous for his bilingual Azerbaijani-Persian dictionaries). ... Read »


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    • Azerbaijan International

    • Azerbaijan International

      Azerbaijan International is a magazine that discusses issues related to Azerbaijanis around the world. It was established in 1993 shortly after the dissolution of the Soviet Union when Azerbaijan gained its independence. Since then, it has been published quarterly in English with occasional articles in the Azerbaijani ... Read »


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    • Bad Subjects

    • Bad Subjects

      Bad Subjects (more formally Bad Subjects: Political Education For Everyday Life and sometimes The Bad Subjects Collective) is a research collaborative that operates generally out of California as part of the open access electronic publishing cooperative EServer.org. Together, the collaborative creates and publishes an ... Read »


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    • The Baffler

    • The Baffler is a magazine of cultural, political, and business analysis. Established in 1988 by editors Thomas Frank and Keith White, it was headquartered in Chicago, Illinois until 2010, when it moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 2016, it moved its headquarters to New York City. The first incarnation of The Baffler ... Read »


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    • Bahro Suryoyo

    • Bahro Suryoyo is an Aramean magazine published in five languages: Aramaic, Arabic, English, Turkish and Swedish. The first edition was published in 1979 and is since 2009 an online magazine at bahro.nu. The founder was the Syriac federation in Sweden. The magazine is based in Sweden. ... Read »


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    • Báiki


    • Bananafish Magazine

    • Bananafish is a magazine begun in 1987 in San Francisco, California, published under the name Seymour Glass, focusing on various aspects of underground culture, particularly musical genres such as noise music. The style of the magazine was a mix of interviews, articles, fiction, and music reviews, often written in Glas ... Read »


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    • Barcelona Metròpolis


    • BCN Week

    • BCN Week is a cultural newsweekly started in 2006 by ex-pats in Barcelona. The English-language publication originally included a spattering of Spanish and Catalan words in otherwise purely English articles, reviews, recommendations, and event listings, but has since expanded to include articles in Catalan and Spanish. ... Read »


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    • The Believer (magazine)

    • The Believer

      www.believermag.com The Believer is a bi-monthly magazine of interviews, essays, and reviews. Founded by the writers Heidi Julavits, Vendela Vida, and Ed Park in 2003, is a five-time finalist for the National Magazine Award, with contributors ranging from literary luminaries such as Hilton Als, Anne Carson, Nick Hornb ... Read »


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    • Belt Magazine

    • Belt Magazine is an online publication based in Cleveland, Ohio. It was started in 2013 and, according to the website for the magazine, covers culture and fiction from the "Rust Belt". The magazine has received praise from publications including Columbia Journalism Review, New York Times and Nieman Lab, according to Be ... Read »


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    • Bidoun

    • Bidoun is a non-profit organization focused on art and culture from the Middle East and its diasporas. Bidoun was founded as a print publication in 2004 by Lisa Farjam, eventually expanding to curatorial projects. Bidoun was a finalist for the 2009 National Magazine Award for General Excellence (circulation category l ... Read »


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    • The Birch

    • The Birch is a national biannual undergraduate journal of Eastern European and Eurasian culture. The Birch was established in 2004. The journal, which is run by undergraduates at Columbia University, is the first exclusively undergraduate journal of Slavic, Eastern European and Eurasian studies in America. It is publi ... Read »


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    • Bitch (magazine)

    • Bitch

      Bitch is an independent, quarterly magazine published in Portland, Oregon. Its tagline is "a feminist response to pop culture".Bitch is published by the non-profit Bitch Media feminist media organization, dedicated to providing and encouraging an engaged, thoughtful feminist response to mainstream media and popular cul ... Read »


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    • Bizarre (magazine)

    • Bizarre

      Bizarre was a British alternative magazine published from 1997 to 2015. It is published by Dennis Publishing, and is a sister publication to the Fortean Times. Bizarre was launched as a bimonthly title by John Brown Publishing in February 1997 and was edited by Fiona Jerome. It was an immediate success and changed ... Read »


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    • Black Orpheus (magazine)

    • Black Orpheus was a Nigeria-based literary journal founded in 1957 by German expatriate editor and scholar Ulli Beier that has been described as "a powerful catalyst for artistic awakening throughout West Africa". Its name derived from a 1948 essay by Jean-Paul Sartre, "Orphée Noir", published as a preface to Anthol ... Read »


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    • Blesok

    • Blesok | Shine is the first Macedonian on-line arts and cultural magazine, published bimonthly, in both Macedonian and English. Its founder and editor-in-chief is the poet Igor Isakovski. "Blesok", officially titled "Blesok – literature & other arts" has been published by the Cultural Institution Blesok since 12 ... Read »


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    • Bloom Magazine

    • Bloom Magazine is a bimonthly culture and lifestyle magazine published in Bloomington, Indiana. Founded in 2005 by editor and publisher Malcolm Abrams,Bloom is an independent, free magazine with 12,000 copies available throughout the Bloomington area. Each issue highlights various community members, places, and events ... Read »


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    • Brooklyn Magazine

    • Brooklyn Magazine is an American glossy quarterly celebrating the arts, fashion, and high-end culture of Brooklyn, New York. Brooklyn Magazine was founded by Northside Media Group (brothers Scott and Daniel Stedman, the same team behind the popular free alt-weekly L Magazine. Its editor-in-chief is Mike Conklin and it ... Read »


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    • The Brooklyn Rail

    • The Brooklyn Rail

      The Brooklyn Rail is a journal of arts, culture, and politics published monthly in Brooklyn, NY. The journal features in-depth interviews with artists, critics, and curators, as well as critical essays, fiction, and poetry, and coverage of music, dance, film, and theater. The Brooklyn Rail is free and is distributed in ... Read »


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    • Bukhara magazine

    • Bukhara magazine is a Persian-language magazine published in Tehran and published and edited by Ali Dehbashi. The magazine began publication in 1998 and is published on a monthly basis. Its aim is publishing scholarly articles about Persian history, art, philosophy, literature, culture, and Iranology. It published some ... Read »


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    • Bust (magazine)

    • Bust

      BUST is a women's lifestyle magazine that is published six times a year. The magazine is published by Debbie Stoller and Laurie Henzel. BUST covers music, news, crafts, art, sex, and fashion from an independent ("indie"), third wave feminist perspective. The magazine's slogan is "For women with something to get of ... Read »


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    • The Caravan

    • The Caravan

      The Caravan is an English-language, long-form narrative journalism magazine covering politics and culture in India. The Caravan was first launched in 1940 and was discontinued in 1988. Delhi Press re-launched the magazine in January 2010 as "India’s only narrative journalism magazine." The Caravan was first lau ... Read »


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    • Carn

    • Carn

      Carn is the official magazine of the Celtic League. The name, a Celtic word which has been borrowed into English as 'cairn', was chosen for its symbolic value and because it can be found in each of the living Celtic languages. The subtitle is: 'A Link Between the Celtic Nations'. Founded in 1973,Carn is dedicated ... Read »


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    • Caros Amigos

    • Caros Amigos (Portuguese for Dear friends) was a monthly alternative Brazilian magazine based in São Paulo. Caros Amigos was established in April 1997 by a group of professionals, including journalists, publicists, writers and intellectuals.Sérgio de Souza, the co-founder and editor of the magazine, died on ... Read »


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    • Carpatho-Rusyn American

    • Carpatho-Rusyn American was a magazine of the culture and history of Rusyn speaking peoples and their descendants in the United States and Europe. The magazine was published between 1776 and 1996. It was headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia. ... Read »


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    • Catalina magazine

    • Catalina was founded in 2001 by a Latina journalist to break the stereotypes of Hispanics in the US media and entertainment. Cover models have included Daisy Fuentes, Eva La Rue, Mario Lopez, Ricardo Antonio Chavira, María Conchita Alonso, and Natalie Morales. Founded as a print publication, reaching a BPA-audited c ... Read »


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    • Celtic Family Magazine

    • Celtic Family Magazine

      Celtic Family Magazine was a Los Angeles, California-based print and electronic publication, serving Celtic communities and their descendants around the world.Celtic Family Magazine published special features and articles on art, history, culture, entertainment, and lifestyle.Celtic Family Magazine was produced by A Ra ... Read »


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    • China Today

    • China Today (Chinese: ; pinyin: ), formerly titled China Reconstructs (Chinese: ; pinyin: ), is a monthly magazine founded in 1952 by Soong Ching-ling in association with Israel Epstein. It is published in Chinese language, English, Spanish, French, Arabic, German and Turkish, and is intended to promote a knowledge o ... Read »


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    • Cigar Aficionado

    • Cigar Aficionado

      Cigar Aficionado is an American magazine that is dedicated to the world of cigars. Published since September 1992, the magazine is known for its articles about different brands of cigars worldwide, and for the celebrities that have appeared on its cover. It is also noted for its opposition to the Cuban embargo. The mag ... Read »


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    • Cite (magazine)

    • Cite: The Architecture and Design Magazine of Houston is a quarterly magazine published by the Rice Design Alliance. Cite was established in 1982. Its topics include architecture, urban planning, historical preservation, and the arts. ... Read »


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    • City Life (magazine)

    • City Life was a Manchester-based news, arts and listings magazine that was published between December 1983 and December 2005. It was a distinctive blend of radical politics and coverage of the increasingly exciting Manchester youth culture scene of the early 1980s, coinciding with the rise of Factory Records and The Ha ... Read »


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    • Clima

    • Clima (meaning Climate in English) was a cultural magazine published in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Ismail Xavier argues that although it existed just for three years from 1941 to 1944, the magazine significantly influenced cultural criticism in Brazil. Clima was established in 1941 and the first issue appeared in May 1941. Th ... Read »


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    • Coilhouse

    • Coilhouse was an American digital and print magazine, and corresponding blog. It was founded in 2007 by Nadya Lev, Meredith Yayanos, and Zoetica Ebb., and carries the tagline, "A Love Letter to Alternative Culture." Regular contributors to Coilhouse included Ross Rosenberg, David Forbes, Angeliska Polacheck, and Jeffr ... Read »


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    • ColorLines

    • Colorlines is an American online magazine that covers race and politics in society. Colorlines was founded in 1998. It was originally a print publication published jointly by the Applied Research Center, a public policy institute that focused on race, and the Center for Third World Organizing, a training center for ... Read »


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    • Comunità


    • Cornucopia (magazine)

    • Cornucopia

      Cornucopia is a magazine about Turkish culture, art and history, published jointly in the United Kingdom and Turkey. Cornucopia was founded by John Scott and Berrin Torolsan in 1992. It is an English language magazine that concerns Turkish culture. The magazine has a broad scope that covers Turkey’s heritage ... Read »


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    • Il Covile

    • Il Covile

      Il Covile (meaning The Lair in English) is an Italian online magazine published in Italy. Edited by Stefano Borselli, the magazine was founded in September 2009, and its cultural line draws on Carl Schmitt’s “Catholical form”, on contemporary conservative thought (MacIntyre, Scruton) and on marxism ... Read »


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    • The Crack (magazine)

    • The Crack magazine is a free culture and listings magazine. The magazine was started in 1985. Published monthly in print and online, it covers entertainment and culture for the North East region of England. It provides comprehensive listings and previews on music, art, film, theatre, dance, comedy, gay-interest concern ... Read »


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    • Credenda/Agenda


    • Cuadernos para el Diálogo


    • Cult MTL

    • Cult MTL

      Cult MTL is an English language arts, culture and news website and monthly print publication, based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Its first print edition appeared on 7 September 2012. It was created only a few months after Montreal's last English-language alternative weekly, Montreal Mirror, was unceremoniously closed b ... Read »


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    • Cultura Política


    • Curve (magazine)

    • Curve

      Curve is a lesbian magazine published in the United States. It covers news, politics, social issues, and includes celebrity interviews and stories on entertainment, pop culture, style, travel, and a website that hosts an internet forum focusing on lesbian issues, active since 2000. The magazine was first published ... Read »


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    • DE magazine Deutschland

    • DE magazine Deutschland was a magazine of culture, politics, business and science in Germany. It was a bimonthly magazine published in German, English, French, Spanish, Hebrew, Hungarian, Japanese, Polish, Turkish, among the others. It is styled DE Magazin Deutschland and DE magazine Deutschland, respectively. The Fede ... Read »


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    • Demet (magazine)

    • Demet

      The Ottoman women's magazine Demet ("floral bouquet") was founded in 1908 in Istanbul, two weeks after the proclamation of the Second Constitutional Era. Altogether, seven issues exist, they were published once a week.Editor-in-chief and publisher was Celāl Sāhir (1883–1935). Even though the magazine was aim ... Read »


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    • Dilema veche

    • Dilema veche

      Dilema veche (English: "Old Dilemma") is a Romanian weekly magazine that covers culture, social topics, and politics. It was founded in 2004 as the successor to the magazine Dilema, which was founded in 1993. Both magazines were founded by Andrei Pleșu. The magazine is currently part of Adevărul Holding, and is a ... Read »


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    • Diotima (magazine)

    • Diotima (Greek: Διοτίμα) is a Greek cultural and social magazine ( ISSN 1790-4552) published in Tripoli of Arcadia, Greece. It is named after the ancient priestess Diotima, coming from Mantineia of Arcadia and mentioned by Plato in his Symposium as being the tutor of the young Socrates in the 'a ... Read »


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    • Dopeness Magazine

    • Dopeness Magazine

      Dopeness Magazine is an urban culture magazine that is published by Dopeness Magazine LLC. The magazine, which printed an initial issue in February 2012 is directed at today's mainstream audience focusing on all levels of music, fashion, art, automotive, entertainment, architecture, humor, gaming, business and more; na ... Read »


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    • Draft Magazine

    • DRAFT is an American magazine about beer and beer culture, published since September 2006 by DRAFT Publishing. Erika Rietz is the founder and editor-in-chief. The magazine is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. The magazine published the 2013 edition of its “America’s 100 best beer bars” list. ... Read »


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    • The Dubliner (magazine)

    • The Dubliner was a city magazine based in and centred on Dublin, Ireland. It ceased publication in January 2012, eleven years to the day after the first edition hit the newsstands in January 2001. The Dubliner was originally published by Dubliner Media Limited, and came out ten times per year. Contents included human- ... Read »


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    • Dukool

    • Dukool is a Bengali magazine that is published in the United States for Bengalis all over the world. Specifically targeting first generation and second generation Bengalis currently living in the United States, along with Bengalis in Bangladesh and India. Dukool provides a source for all Bengalis away from home to be a ... Read »


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    • Dumbo Feather

    • Dumbo feather (full name Dumbo feather, pass it on) is an Australian quarterly cultural periodical which is described by its publishers as a mook – half magazine, half book - because it is issued regularly like a magazine, but has the appearance of a book. It is based in St Kilda, Victoria. Dumbo feather was laun ... Read »


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    • Ellenfény


    • Empty (magazine)

    • Empty magazine

      Empty is a cult, Australian "creative" magazine, concerned largely with printed design work, photography, illustration and film, created for the professional creative community. The magazine is published by Sydney-based Design is Kinky studio, curators of the Semi-Permanent design festival, a fixture in design culture ... Read »


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    • European Magazine


    • Eurozine

    • Eurozine

      Eurozine is a network of European cultural magazines based in Vienna, linking up more than 80 partner journals and just as many associated magazines and institutions from nearly all European countries.Eurozine is also a net magazine which publishes original articles and selected articles from its partner journals with ... Read »


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    • Exberliner

    • Exberliner is an English-language magazine published in Berlin. It is published monthly (except for the July/August double issue) and available for €3.90 at newsstands around the city or by subscription. The magazine offers cultural listings, reviews, journalistic articles, opinion columns and a large classified s ... Read »


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    • Feasta

    • Feasta

      Feasta is an Irish-language magazine that was established in 1948. Its purpose is the furtherance of the aims of the Gaelic League, an objective reflecting the cultural nationalism of the language movement, and the promotion of new writing. Feasta describes itself as a review of Irish thought, literature, politics, and ... Read »


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    • Feed Magazine

    • Feed or feedmag.com (1995–2001) was one of the earliest online magazines that relied entirely on its original content. Feed was founded in New York by Stefanie Syman and Steven Johnson in May 1995, with novelist Sam Lipsyte serving as one of its editors. One of the web's earliest general-interest daily publicati ... Read »


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    • Fever Zine

    • Fever Zine was a quarterly zine based in London, United Kingdom. Its contents focus mainly on music, art, DIY culture, trends and e-culture, with fashion, music videos and other zines also featuring heavily. The zine was created, and is edited, by British music and arts journalist Alex Zamora with design by graphic d ... Read »


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    • Fikrun wa Fann

    • Fikrun wa Fann (meaning Art and Thought in English) is a biannual multilingual cultural magazine owned by Goethe Institute. Fikrun wa Fann was established in 1963. The founders were historian Albert Theile and Orientalist scholar Annemarie Schimmel. The magazine is owned and published by Goethe Institute. During the i ... Read »


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    • FILE Megazine

    • FILE Megazine (published 1972–1989) was a quarterly, then irregularly published art and culture magazine, written, edited and published primarily by members of General Idea (there were guest contributors throughout its run, and later on, sometimes guest editors). The magazine was founded with a grant from the ... Read »


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    • Flavorwire

    • Flavorwire

      Flavorwire is a New York City-based online culture magazine. The site includes original feature articles, interviews, reviews, as well as content recycled from other sources. Flavorwire describes themselves as "a network of culturally connected people, covering events, art, books, music, film, TV, and pop culture the w ... Read »


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    • FORVM

    • FORVM was an Austrian cultural and political magazine, published in Vienna from 1954 till 1995, founded by Friedrich Hansen-Loeve, Felix Hubalek, Alexander Lernet-Holenia und Friedrich Torberg with the financial and logistical support of the CIA-funded Congress for Cultural Freedom (CCF). In 1966 Günther Nenning too ... Read »


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    • France Magazine

    • France Magazine was founded in 1985. The magazine is published quarterly by the French-American Cultural Foundation and has its headquarters in Washington DC. Karen Taylor is the editor-in-chief. France Magazine is written in English for an international audience and its articles range in subject matter from contempor ... Read »


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    • Fronesis (magazine)

    • Fronesis is a Swedish quarterly socialist and cultural magazine based in Malmö, Sweden. Fronesis was established in 1998. The headquarters is in Malmö. It is published on a quarterly basis. The magazine covers critical articles on politics, theory, and critique. It also features articles about culture. In 2 ... Read »


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    • Fundamentos

    • Fundamentos was a cultural and literary magazine published in São Paulo, Brazil, from 1948 to 1955. The magazine was close to the Brazilian Communist Party. Fundamentos was established in 1948. The founder was Monteiro Lobato. The magazine was the organ of the Brazilian Communist Party and covered cultural and lite ... Read »


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    • Fused Magazine

    • Fused Magazine

      Fused Magazine is an art, design, music and fashion magazine based in Birmingham, England and distributed throughout the United Kingdom. The magazine was founded by editors Kerry Thomas and David O'Coy in 2000 and is based at offices in Birmingham City Centre. It is published bi-monthly and distributed through both fr ... Read »


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    • Futu

    • FUTU Magazine is a concept magazine about design, art and trends in luxury. It appears every two months and is distributed worldwide in concept stores (like 10 Corso Como in Milan or Colette in Paris), design boutiques and museum bookshops (Tate Modern in London). FUTU is co-created by some well-known graphic design st ... Read »


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    • Gadfly Online

    • Gadfly Magazine was a periodical that was created in February 1997 and launched as a full-size print publication in January 1998. The publisher is the Rutherford Institute. The magazine is based in Charlottesville, Virginia. At the Utne Reader's Eleventh Annual Alternative Press Awards, in 1999, it won for best Cultura ... Read »


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    • Gay Left

    • Gay Left was a collective of homosexual men and a journal of the same name which they published every six months in London between the years 1975 and 1980. It was formed after the evaporation of the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) and the Gay Marxist Group. Its goal was to contribute towards a Marxist analysis of homosexua ... Read »


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    • Die Gazette

    • Die Gazette (English: The Gazette) is a political culture magazine from Munich. It has appeared online since 1998 and printed since 2004. It is published by Fritz R. Glunk.The printed edition included 6,800 copies in 2014 according to publisher. Its authors of Die Gazette include, Carl Amery, Giscard d'Estaing, Rita S ... Read »


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    • Ger magazine

    • Ger (Ger is the Mongolian word for home and also for the traditional tent dwelling) was an online magazine launched in Mongolia in the late 1990s. The country's first online magazine, Ger became a much-cited source on the effects of the transition to free markets and democracy the country experienced throughout the 199 ... Read »


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    • German Life

    • German Life is a current bi-monthly magazine written for all people interested in the diversity of German, Austrian, and Swiss culture yesterday and today, and in the various ways that North America has been shaped by its German heritage element. The magazine is dedicated to solid reporting on cultural, historical, soc ... Read »


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    • Gold Dust Magazine

    • Gold Dust is a twice-yearly literary arts magazine, founded by Omma Velada in 2004, which publishes poetry, short fiction, artwork, short stories, poetry and play collections, organises literary competitions and runs live events consisting of poetry and prose readings, drama performances and live music. Its headquarter ... Read »


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    • Gonzo (magazine)

    • Gonzo (circus) is a Flemish bi-monthly culture and music magazine, first published in 1991 in Belgium. It is based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The magazine primarily focuses on contemporary musical genres such as jazz, improvised music, modern classical music, rock, noise, electronic music and world music. Since 1995 ea ... Read »


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    • Good Worldwide

    • GOOD Worldwide Inc., is a United States-based company with offices in Los Angeles, New York, and Seattle that reports on businesses and non-profits. GOOD produces a website, a quarterly magazine, online videos, and events. Content covered includes environmental issues, education, urban planning, design, politics, cultu ... Read »


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    • Gothic Beauty

    • Gothic Beauty

      Gothic Beauty is an American magazine established by editor Steven Holiday in the fall of 2000 after the success of the Internet social group of the same name.Gothic Beauty covers numerous aspects of underground culture including fashion, music, events and various forms of entertainment. Issues have included interviews ... Read »


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    • Gray Areas

    • Gray Areas was a quarterly magazine published from 1992 to 1995 by publisher Netta Gilboa. It won several awards including "One Of The Top Ten Magazines of 1992" by Library Journal. It discussed subcultures involving drugs (narcotics), phreaking, cyberpunk, pornography, the Grateful Dead and related issues. It only pub ... Read »


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    • Green Anarchy

    • Green Anarchy

      Green Anarchy was a magazine published by a collective located in Eugene, Oregon. The magazine's focus was primitivism, post-left anarchy, radical environmentalism, African American struggles, anarchist resistance, indigenous resistance, earth and animal liberation, anti-capitalism and supporting political prisoners. I ... Read »


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    • Al-Hadaf

    • Al-Hadaf (Arabic: الهدف‎‎), (English: The Target) is a Palestinian weekly political and cultural magazine published in Lebanon. Al Hadaf was founded in Beirut in 1969 by Ghassan Kanafani as the political mouthpiece of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), espousing a Ma ... Read »


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    • Hambone (magazine)

    • Hambone is a small literary magazine that has published major poets. The magazine is edited by poet Nathaniel Mackey. Writing in The Nation magazine, John Palattella described Hambone as "an indispensable little magazine that for more than a quarter-century has featured work by everyone from Sun Ra, Robert Duncan, and ... Read »


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    • Hamptons (magazine)

    • Hamptons is a magazine founded in 1978 and published thirteen times throughout the year focused on real estate, interior design, fashion, art, culture, dining, entertainment, fitness, and philanthropy. The magazine is published by Niche Media, which was founded in 1998 by Jason Binn, and has an approximate circulation ... Read »


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    • Hans (magazine)

    • Hans is a Hindi monthly literary magazine published from Delhi. The magazine was first started by pioneer of modern Hindi literature Premchand in 1930, and revived in 1986 by Rajendra Yadav, a noted short-story writer and novelist. In 1930,Hans began publication under the editorship of Premchand. Mahatma Gandhi and K. ... Read »


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    • Heretica

    • Heretica was a conservative cultural and literary magazine published in Copenhagen, Denmark, from 1948 to 1953. Heretica was established in 1948. One of the founders was Thorkild Bjørnvig. It was largely inspired by the British periodical The Criterion by T. S. Eliot. The magazine adopted an anti-ideological humani ... Read »


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    • Heritage365

    • Heritage365 (also formerly known as New Heritage) was a professional magazine for the cultural heritage sector, especially museums. The magazine was founded in 2003. It was published by Heritage Development Ltd., based in Milton Keynes, England. ... Read »


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    • High Times

    • High Times

      High Times is a New York-based monthly magazine founded in 1974 by Tom Forcade. The publication is devoted to, and advocates the legalization of cannabis. High Times has long been influential in the marijuana-using counterculture. Past contributors include Charles Bukowski, William S. Burroughs, Truman Capote, Hunter ... Read »


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    • Hiidenkivi

    • Hiidenkivi was a Finnish language magazine which featured articles on culture, history, language and literature. The magazine was headquartered in Helsinki, Finland. Hiidenkivi was founded by Elina Grundström in 1994. The first issue appeared on 28 January 1994. Grundström was given the Finnish State Award for P ... Read »


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    • Al-Hilal (magazine)

    • Al-Hilal [meaning The Crescent in English] is a monthly Egyptian cultural and literature magazine. It is among the oldest magazines dealing with arts in the Arab world. Al-Hilal was founded in 1892 by Jurji Zaydan, a journalist from Beirut who had come to Egypt in the 1880s. The first issue of the monthly was publishe ... Read »


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    • Himal Southasian

    • Himal Southasian

      Himal Southasian (stylized as HIMĀL Southasian) was a news magazine, which covered politics and culture in Southasia. It was closed in November 2016. The magazine defined Southasia as a region beyond political dictum and geography but in relation to its people and history and strives to cover stories from Afghanista ... Read »


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    • Hispanic (magazine)

    • Hispanic

      Hispanic was an American English-language magazine of pop culture, fashion, and politics published by Televisa Publishing. In 2008, it was the largest English language lifestyle magazine in the U.S. Hispanic market. The magazine was closed in 2010. Founded in 1988, Hispanic had an ABC-audited circulation of 315,00 ... Read »


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    • Hochland (magazine)

    • Hochland was a German Catholic magazine, published in Munich from 1903 to 1941 and again from 1946 to 1971. Founded by Carl Muth, it was regarded critically by the church, and published work by authors regardless of denomination on topics related to religion and culture. Hochland was, according to its subtitle, a ... Read »


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    • Huisgenoot

    • Huisgenoot

      Huisgenoot (Afrikaans for House Companion) is a weekly Afrikaans-language general interest family magazine. It has the highest circulation figures of any South African magazine and is followed by sister magazine YOU, its English-language version. A third magazine, Drum, is directed at the black market. The magazines ha ... Read »


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    • Hunter and Cook

    • Hunter and Cook

      Hunter and Cook was a Toronto-based art and culture magazine. It was founded in 2008, and published three times a year until 2011, for 10 issues total. Visual artists Tony Romano and Jay Isaac were the publishers. The magazine included in-depth articles and interviews with contemporary artists, as well as curated proje ... Read »


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    • Iceland Review

    • Iceland Review

      Iceland Review is the oldest English-language magazine about Iceland. Since 2009, the online version is also offered in German. It publishes reportage on Icelandic society, politics, pop culture, music, art, literature, current events, as well as interviews with notable Icelanders, articles on traveling in Iceland, and ... Read »


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    • Identity Theory (webzine)

    • Identity Theory is a webzine of literature and culture, founded by University of Florida graduate Matt Borondy, established in 2000. Identity Theory is a non-profit website with substantial readership and a staff of over a dozen volunteers, including Robert Birnbaum. It offers author and band interviews, fiction writin ... Read »


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    • Il Borghese

    • Il Borghese is a weekly cultural and political magazine with a right-wing stance published in Rome, Italy. Il Borghese was established by Leo Longanesi in 1950. He founded other magazines such as L'italiano and Omnibus. The magazine was named after the conservative Borghese family. It is published weekly and has a ... Read »


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    • Index Magazine

    • index Magazine was a prominent New York City based publication with in-depth interviews with prominent figures in art and culture. It was created by Peter Halley and Bob Nickas in 1996, running until late 2005. Covering the burgeoning Indie culture of the 1990s, index regularly employed such rising photographers as Jue ... Read »


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    • India Currents

    • India Currents is, according to the San Jose Mercury News, "the oldest and largest Indian-American magazine on the West Coast" of the United States. It offers Northern California, Southern California, and Washington, D.C. editions, and is available online. As of 2011 it employed 6 full-time employees and distributed 3 ... Read »


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    • Indianapolis Monthly

    • Indianapolis Monthly

      Indianapolis Monthly is a magazine published in Indianapolis, Indiana. Founded in 1977 the magazine was started as Indianapolis Home and Garden. The magazine is owned by Emmis Communications, who bought it in 1988. Its headquarters is in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is a member of the City and Regional Magazine Associatio ... Read »


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    • Les Inrockuptibles

    • Les Inrockuptibles (French pronunciation: ​[lezɛ̃ʁɔkypˈtiblə]) is a French cultural magazine. Started as a monthly magazine in 1986, it became weekly in 1995. The name is a play on "Les Incorruptibles", the French title of the American television series The Untouchables. Les Inrockuptibles is ... Read »


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    • Intellectum

    • Intellectum is a biannual peer-reviewed academic journal that was established in 2006 by the non-profit Intellectum scientific society. It is a member of the Eurozine network. The hard-copy publication is in Greek, while the online edition is bilingual, with many articles and interviews translated in English. The edito ... Read »


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    • Interview (magazine)

    • Interview

      Interview is an American magazine founded in late 1969 by artist Andy Warhol and British journalist John Wilcock. The magazine, nicknamed "The Crystal Ball of Pop," features intimate conversations between some of the world's biggest celebrities, artists, musicians, and creative thinkers. Interviews are usually unedited ... Read »


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    • Irana Esperantisto

    • Irana Esperantisto (English: Iranian Esperantist) is an independent quarterly culture magazine, which is published in Esperanto and in Persian in Tehran and distributed internationally. Its Persian title is Payame Sabz-andishan (literally: Message of the Green-Thinkers or the Green-Adepts). About half of the content of ... Read »


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    • Jakin (magazine)

    • Jakin

      Jakin is a Basque cultural group, magazine, and publishing house. Founded in 1956, it is one of the oldest in Basque language. "Jakin" means "knowledge" in Basque and the magazine specializes on social and cultural issues. One of the leading members of Jakin is the philosopher Joxe Azurmendi. Currently, the editor-in-c ... Read »


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    • Jasad (magazine)

    • Jasad

      Jasad ("body" in Arabic) is an Arabic-language cultural magazine based in Beirut, specializing in the literature, art and science of the body. It was founded by Joumana Haddad. Founded in 2008, the first issue of Jasad appeared in December of that same year, and it has raised a great deal of controversy ever since ... Read »


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    • Jewish Quarterly

    • Jewish Quarterly is a UK literary and cultural magazine, published 4 times a year. It focuses on issue of Jewish concern, but also has interests in wider culture and politics. Jewish Quarterly was founded by Jacob Sonntag in 1953 and has published continuously since. Recent editors have included Matthew Reisz and Elen ... Read »


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    • Jewish Renaissance

    • Jewish Renaissance

      Jewish Renaissance is a quarterly cultural magazine, founded in October 2001, covering Jewish culture, arts and communities in Britain and beyond. It is edited by Rebecca Taylor, former News Editor at Time Out London. The magazine focuses on the arts – visual arts and architecture, music, cinema, theatre a ... Read »


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    • Jewish Review of Books

    • The Jewish Review of Books is a quarterly magazine with articles on literature, culture and current affairs from a Jewish perspective. It is published in New York City. The magazine was launched in 2010 with an editorial board that includes Leon Wieseltier, Michael Walzer and Ruth Wisse, Shlomo Avineri and Ruth Gaviso ... Read »


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    • Kadambini

    • Kadambini

      Kadambini is a noted Hindi-language literary monthly magazine from Delhi-based Hindustan Times Media. Established in 1960, it is the only Hindi magazine which covers a wide range of subjects including literature, science, history, sociology, politics, films and sports. Through the 1960s, under its founding editor Balk ... Read »


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    • Die Karpathen

    • Die Karpathen (The Carpathians) was a German-language publication that appeared twice a month in Kronstadt, Austria-Hungary (now Braşov, Romania) between 1907 - 1914. Subintitled Halbmonatsschrift für Kultur und Leben (Bimonthly publication for culture and life), the work was originally posted by Adolf Meschend ... Read »


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    • Kindle Magazine

    • Kindle Magazine is an English language national journal being published online from Kolkata, India, founded in 2008 by journalist Pritha Kejriwal (formerly of Hindustan Times and NDTV) and Kolkata-based CFA Maitreyi Kandoi. It is a journal with special emphasis on long-form journalism focusing on socio-political and cu ... Read »


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    • Kirke og Kultur

    • Kirke og Kultur (meaning Church and Culture in English) is a Norwegian language monthly cultural and clerical magazine published in Oslo, Norway. Kirke og Kultur was founded in 1894 by Christopher Bruun and Thorvald Klaveness, originally named For Kirke og Kultur. The magazine has its headquarters in Oslo and is publi ... Read »


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    • The Knickerbocker

    • The Knickerbocker

      The Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine, was a literary magazine of New York City, founded by Charles Fenno Hoffman in 1833, and published until 1865. Its long-term editor and publisher was Lewis Gaylord Clark, whose "Editor's Table" column was a staple of the magazine. The circle of writers who contributed to ... Read »


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    • Korunk

    • Korunk (meaning Our Age in English) is a Hungarian language monthly cultural-literary-scientific magazine published in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Korunk was founded by Laszlo Dienes in Cluj-Napoca in 1926. The magazine ceased publication in 1940, and began publication in 1957. In 1929 Gabor Gaal became its editor-in-chief. ... Read »


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    • Kris (magazine)

    • Kris (meaning Crisis in English) was a culture magazine published in Sweden. It existed from 1975 to 1997. The magazine was established by Stig Larsson and Åke Sandgren in UmeÃ¥ in 1975. It was first named CODE and it was renamed as Kris in 1977. The magazine was published between 1977 and 1997 by Föreningen K ... Read »


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    • Kritik (magazine)

    • Kritik is a Danish language bimonthly cultural magazine with a special reference to literature, which is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Kritik was established in 1967. The founders were Aage Henriksen and Johan Fjord Jensen. The magazine mostly features articles on literary criticism. Kritik, based in Copenhagen, is p ... Read »


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    • Kritika (magazine)

    • Kritika is a monthly political, cultural and literary magazine published in Hungary and based in Budapest. Kritika was launched in 1972. The publisher of the monthly is Népszabadság Zrt. which also publishes left-liberal daily, Népszabadság. The magazine, headquartered in Budapest, describes itself as a " ... Read »


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    • Krytyka

    • Krytyka (Ukrainian: Критика; "Critique") is a Ukrainian intellectual monthly/bi-monthly magazine and publishing house dedicated to in-depth analysis of current affairs, culture and book reviews in Ukraine and the region. Krytyka was founded in 1997 by the Harvard professor of Ukrainian literature G ... Read »


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    • Krytyka Polityczna

    • Krytyka Polityczna (Polish pronunciation: [ˈkrɨtɨka pɔliˈtɨt͡ʂna]; "The Political Critique") is a circle of Polish left-wing intellectuals gathered around a journal of the same title founded by Sławomir Sierakowski in 2002. The name draws on the tradition of Young Poland’s "Krytyka" ( ... Read »


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    • Kultuur ja Elu

    • Kultuur ja Elu (meaning "Culture and Life" in English) is an Estonian magazine dedicated to culture. Kultuur ja Elu has been issued since 1958. During the Soviet times the magazine was a publication of the Minustry of Culture of Estonian SSR and Estonian SSR Council of Trade Unions. Between 1858 and 1958 its name ... Read »


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    • Kunst og Kultur

    • Kunst og Kultur (meaning Art and Culture in English) is a Norwegian cultural magazine founded in 1910 by Harry Fett and Haakon Shetelig.Leif Østby edited the journal from 1962 to 1980. Editor from 2003 is Ellen Lerberg. ... Read »


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    • L Magazine

    • The L Magazine was a free bi-weekly magazine in New York City featuring investigative articles, arts and culture commentary, and event listings. It was available through distribution in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Hoboken. The L Magazine was created in 2003 by brothers Scott and Daniel Stedman and editor Jonn ... Read »


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    • Lacanian Ink

    • Lacanian Ink is a cultural journal based in New York City and founded in the Autumn of 1990 by Josefina Ayerza to provide the American intellectual scene with the theoretical perspective of European post-structuralism. It features major analyses of psychoanalytic theory, poetry, philosophy and contemporary art. A disti ... Read »


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    • Latina (magazine)

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      Latina is an American monthly lifestyle, entertainment, beauty and fashion magazine for bilingual, bicultural Hispanic women published in English by Latina Media Ventures. It has a combined audience of nearly 3 million. In May 2010, Latina Media Ventures named editorial director Galina Espinoza and publisher Lauren Mi ... Read »


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    • LeftLion

    • LeftLion is a printed and online culture and listings magazine which covers Nottingham, with a specific focus on the local music and arts scene. It was originally set up by three childhood friends: Jared Wilson, Alan Gilby and Tim Bates and launched as a website on 1 September 2003. The first issue of the printed maga ... Read »


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    • Leggere Donna

    • Leggere Donna (meaning Reading Woman in English) is an Italian feminist cultural magazine which features reviews about women-related literary works and about books written by women. The magazine began publication in 1980. It has been published by Luciana Tufani publishing since its inception and the editor is Luciana T ... Read »


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    • Lettre International

    • Lettre International

      Lettre International is the title of a number of cultural magazines published in various languages in Europe. The history of Lettre International dates back to 1984, the year that the original French edition (Lettre Internationale) first came out. Publication of the French magazine ceased in 1993. The corresponding Ger ... Read »


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    • LIK

    • Literatura, Izkustvo i Kultura (Bulgarian: Литература, изкуство и култура "Literature, Art and Culture"), abbreviated to LIK (ЛИК which, as a word on its own also means "image, portrait, likeness") is a monthly magazine covering its ... Read »


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    • Literal (magazine)

    • Literal

      Literal: Latin American Voices is a quarterly cultural magazine focusing on art, architecture, literature, politics, culture, writers, intellectualism and current world events. It publishes most of its articles in both English and Spanish. It distributes nationwide in Mexico, the United States and Canada. Literal ... Read »


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    • Little India (magazine)

    • Little India is the largest circulated Indian American publication in the United States. The magazine was established in 1991 by its founding editor and publisher, Achal Mehra, a professor at Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania. It focuses on the non-resident Indians (NRIs) in the United States and features edito ... Read »


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    • Look Japan

    • Look Japan (ルックジャパン, Rukku Japan) was an English language magazine published from Japan. It was created to introduce Japanese culture to expatriate foreigners who were unfamiliar with the country. Look Japan was established in 1953 by Takenori Kimura. It was published in English, ... Read »


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    • Louder Than War (website)

    • Louder Than War

      Louder Than War is a music and culture website focusing on mainly alternative arts news, reviews, and features. The site is an editorially independent publication that was started by journalist John Robb in 2010 and is now run by a team of other journalists with a worldwide team of freelancers. The site is built aroun ... Read »


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    • Louisville (magazine)

    • Louisville

      Louisville is a magazine distributed in the Louisville area. It covers local business and culture. Founded in March 1950 by the Louisville Chamber of Commerce to replace the Board of Trade Journal. The magazine was printed quarterly and its subscribers consisted of mainly Chamber of Commerce members as a part of membe ... Read »


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    • Madhyamam Weekly

    • Madhyamam Weekly

      Madhyamam Azhchappathippu or Madhyamam Weekly is a weekly Malayalam–language cultural magazine published by the Madhyamam Group from Kozhikode, India. The magazine was launched by Madhyamam on 19 February 1998 as a decennial contribution to the cultural area of Malayalam. The editorial team had at its head noted w ... Read »


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    • Magazeta

    • Magazeta

      Magazeta (Russian: Магазета) is a popular Russian-language web-magazine and collaborative blog on China and Chinese culture. Founded in 2005 by Alexander Maltsev (马玉玺, Mǎ Yùxǐ), Magazeta developed from a LJ blog. The first publication is dated October 23, 2005. In O ... Read »


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    • Magazyn Wileński


    • Magyar Demokrata

    • Magyar Demokrata (Hungarian Democrat in English) is a weekly magazine published in Budapest, Hungary. Magyar Demokrata is published on a weekly basis and has its headquarters in Budapest. The magazine has a right wing conservative political leaning and is run by András Bencsik who is the editor. The weekly is descr ... Read »


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      Massis (in Armenian Մասիս) is a Lebanese-Armenian publication published by the Armenian Catholic Patriarchate in Lebanon. Massis was established in 1947 by Cardinal Krikor Aghajanian in Beirut. A long-serving editor of the publication was Father Antranik Granian. It stopped publication temporarily i ... Read »


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    • Mehr Licht!

    • Mehr Licht! (meaning More Light in German) is an Albanian language quarterly literary and cultural magazine published in Albania. Mehr Licht! was established by Mira Meksi and Vebi Velija in 1996. Mira Meksi is also the editor-in-chief of the magazine which is published quarterly. The title of the magazine is in Germ ... Read »


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    • Merkur (magazine)

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      Merkur, subtitled Deutsche Zeitschrift für europäisches Denken, is Germany's leading intellectual review, published monthly in Stuttgart by Klett Cotta. Merkur has been published since 1947 and had an edition of approximately 4,800 copies as of July 2011. The magazine was formerly headquartered in Munich. I ... Read »


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    • Mesh magazine

    • Mesh Magazine is an online art + culture magazine/weekly radio show featuring individuals associated with art, music, and dining in the Jacksonville, Florida area. The magazine was created by George Akel and debuted online in February 2009. It has been defunct since 2011. ... Read »


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    • Mi Gente Hispana Magazine

    • Mi Gente Hispana Magazine

      Mi Gente Hispana, Inc. is a media company based in Washington, D.C., in the United States of America. Founded in 2006, Mi Gente Hispana, Inc. publishes information for and about Hispanic empowerment in the United States. Mi Gente Hispana features the best thinkers, trendsetters, and next-generation leaders in the Hispa ... Read »


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    • MicroMega

    • MicroMega is a political, cultural, social and economic newsmagazine published bimonthly in Rome, Italy. The title MicroMega is probably inspired by a tale by Voltaire. MicroMega was founded in March 1986 by the editors Giorgio Ruffolo and Paolo Flores d'Arcais. The magazine is published by the Gruppo Editoriale L ... Read »


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    • Milford Magazine

    • Milford Magazine, a regional lifestyle publication, was published from 2001 to 2009. It produced approximately 10 issues per year and was distributed to over 200 high-traffic locations by Pike Media Partners, a media startup co-owned by Sean Strub. Krista Gromalski served as its Editor from 2001 through 2005. While lo ... Read »


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    • Mimesis (magazine)

    • Mimesis is a quarterly literary magazine based in Norwich that deals predominantly with poetry. The magazine was started in 2007. Issues appear in January, April, July and November. The journal stands out for the number of pages filled purely by poems. An interview with a well-known poet is also featured in each issue. ... Read »


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    • Mirage (magazine)

    • Mirage Magazine

      Mirage is an international fashion and culture magazine headquartered in Paris, France. Mirage was founded independently in 2009 by Henrik Purienne and Frank Rocholl as a 400-page fashion and culture magazine inspired by the photographic aesthetic and hedonistic culture of the 1960s and 1970s. The Magazine intends ... Read »


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    • Modern Review (London)

    • Modern Review was a 20th-century London-based magazine reviewing popular arts and culture, founded by writers Julie Burchill and Cosmo Landesman, then married, and Toby Young, who became the editor. All three were members of the Groucho Club. The magazine was published from 1991 to 1995 and principally financed by Pete ... Read »


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    • Molotov Cocktail (magazine)

    • Molotov Cocktail is a quarterly magazine published in South Africa. Molotov Cocktail is edited by James Sanders (initially with the help of Ronald Suresh Roberts, and later alone). Molotov Cocktail defines itself as "a platform where South African intellectuals will debate issues and engage in serious discussions abou ... Read »


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    • Monde (review)

    • Monde was a weekly French international communist magazine. The magazine featured articles about international culture and politics. It was published in Paris, France, from 1928 until 1935, the year of the death of its founder, the writer Henri Barbusse. The first issue of Monde appeared on 9 June 1928. The magazine w ... Read »


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    • Mondo 2000

    • Mondo 2000 was a glossy cyberculture magazine published in California during the 1980s and 1990s. It covered cyberpunk topics such as virtual reality and smart drugs. It was a more anarchic and subversive prototype for the later-founded Wired magazine. Mondo 2000 originated as High Frontiers in 1984, edited by R. ... Read »


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    • Mondoperaio

    • Mondoperaio is a cultural-political journal, born on 4 December 1948 as Mondo Operaio, on the initiative of the former Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Socialist leader Pietro Nenni. The magazine has a socialist stance. The headquarters is in Rome. Constant presence among the political-cultural journals followi ... Read »


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    • Mono.Kultur

    • mono.kultur is a quarterly magazine publishing interviews with creatives in the arts and culture in a wider sense. Each issue features a single in-depth interview and dedicates the entire issue to the interviewee. With this radical focus on only one feature the editorial design adapts to the theme of the interview, th ... Read »


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    • Monocle (UK magazine)

    • Monocle

      Monocle is a global affairs and lifestyle magazine, 24-hour radio station, website, retailer and media brand, all produced by Winkontent Ltd. It was founded by Tyler Brûlé, a Canadian entrepreneur, Financial Times columnist, and founder of Wallpaper* magazine. Described by CBC News reporter Harry Forestell as a " ... Read »


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