The Stack

‘The TLS’, ‘Observador’ and ‘Anxy’

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20 January 2018

Episode 282

30 minutes

Stig Abell has a vision of how that most tweedy of titles – the Times Literary Supplement – should sit on a 21st-century newsstand. Plus: a distinctly Iberian lifestyle publication that has made the leap from digital to print and an award-winning magazine taking a closer look at mental health.

20 January 2018

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Stig Abell, the ‘Times Literary Supplement’

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The ‘TLS’ has never had trouble attracting contributions from literary A-listers. But its editor thinks the weekly can be more than just a talking-shop for the intelligentsia, and quench a widespread thirst for serious long-form writing amid the clickbait and listicles that make up much of what passes for journalism on the internet.

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Joao Miguel Tavares, ‘Observador’

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‘Observador’ started as a digital platform showing off the best of Portuguese craft and lifestyle products. But after a while the internet began to feel a bit poky – so it decided to branch out into print.

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Indhira Rojas, ‘Anxy’

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‘Anxy’ is a magazine that takes a different approach to tackling mental health, focusing on personal stories artfully told. The first issue hit newsstands in May of last year, following a successful Kickstarter fundraiser, and was met with immediate praise.

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