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2 September 2017
Markus Hippi brings us a report from Indiecon, one of our favourite independent-magazine festivals, which wrapped up last week in Hamburg. Plus: a globetrotting magazine enjoying a second golden age.
2 September 2017
‘Holiday’ is a travel magazine originally published in the US between 1946 and 1977. Taking literary giants such as Graham Greene, Joan Didion and Truman Capote and setting them loose in exotic destinations, at its peak the publication enjoyed more than a million subscribers. Now, after a 37-year hiatus, it has been revived. We speak to editor Marc Beauge.
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