the contributing magazine

let me share what kinda luck i have with yall so nct featured on nylon mag and theyre even the cover stars, now me over here, i havent started my new job yet dont even have $60 in my bank account so i cant order the dam magazine and contribute to sales. this whole situation is fucked up AND i just wanted to see my babie donghyuck modeling /:

Training before Easter, 1929. Cover of the soviet satirical magazine “Krokodil”.

Famous writers and caricaturists contributed to the magazine founded in 1922. It primarily covered political themes, and some others (religious, ethnic, class) ideologically coherent.  

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Hey Everyone! 😄

Very excited to announce that the first wave of Psych2Go Magazines have been sent out to those who contributed to the Print Magazine perk on the Indiegogo Campaign! They should be arriving to you very soon! 

P.S. Be sure to check out the Community Challenge I’ve included! We want to create an even cooler community so it would be cool to see you pose with your magazine or utilize it in some really cool way; whether that’s in the classroom or sharing it with someone else. 

Entertainment Weekly is looking for an intern in our LA office!

WHO:
EW’s editorial internship is open to recent college or J-school graduates who can work a 5-day, 35-hour week. We’re looking for applicants with strong writing and reporting skills who are passionate about pop culture. Internet fluency—GIF-making, an encyclopedic knowledge of memes, etc.—is a plus as well.


WHAT:
The LA editorial intern will contribute to the magazine and website with blog posts, news briefs, interviews, on-the-scene reports, red carpet reporting, photo galleries, and recaps. The intern will also assist with transcription and research projects, but the focus will be on writing more than anything else. Some items will be straightforward news stories; others will be more creative, opinion-based pieces. Either way, we’re looking for writing that is clear, factually accurate, and in line with EW’s enthusiastic yet irreverent voice.

Pay: $10/hour.

WHEN:
June through November

WHERE:
EW’s Los Angeles headquarters


HOW TO APPLY:
Email a resume, cover letter, and 2-3 previously published clips to Molly.Smith@ew.com. Please assume that your application has been received unless your email is bounced back.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
May 29

The issue with this model is not the Laclauan style ‘populist’ terms it justifies itself on–after all, these new theoretical groundings are necessary in a world where the Marxist ‘brand’ is seen as a limitation to succeeding in politics.  But these justifications are secondary to practices; a party can use the most revolutionary and innovative rhetoric out and still be a run of the mill social democratic party.  This is the case with the new wave of leftist parties, who are not organizationally or strategically revolutionary, but who hide their status as normalized political parties behind a veneer of leftist rhetoric.  


Yes, the new leftist parties have large voting rolls, and sometimes win elections.  But it takes more than a large membership base to be a mass party.  The Communist parties of the mid 20th century were not radical purely due to their contributions to magazines and journals.  The new Leftist parties are not social spaces and are not centers for activist or intellectual activity: they are places where social activity consumed under the altar of electoralism.  Looking at their actions rather than their words shows parties which attempt to gobble up the activist groups they came from, which sideline organizational democracy in order to better commit to realpolitik, which have ignored the day to day organizing of their members in favor of a year to year organizing of their constituents.  To be a member of Podemos, Syriza, the Fronte de Gauche, means little more than being a member of some other political party.  Sure, it says much about one’s political predilections, but beyond this it means nothing.

—  Organizational Materialism, by Jean Allen

GQ promoting cultural imperialism. Any reason for the artistic decision to choose the shot with the Natives face covered? I noticed alot of these companies that appropriate the stoic Indian trope for fashion also cover/ obscure the faces, another angle towards objectification. 
Then theres the fact this is the October issue, one of the worst months for Natives when it comes to cultural imperialism because of halloween and Columbus day. Makes you question if the decision was unconscious or not. Either way speaks to the normalization of Indian erasure. 
These magazines contribute to the erasure of Natives everytime they mock and appropriate Natives as a fashion statement. 
Lets also take notice to Ryan Reynolds role in Amityville Horror which featured the mystic stigmatization of Natives through the “ancient burial ground” trope often pervasive in American horror and paranormal contexts. 

Bill Everett, October 1968. 

Back before Marvel Comics was its own entity, Marvel was owned by a parent company, Magazine Management Co., who produced a number of magazines alongside their comics output, many of them men’s magazines. 

This non-Code approved spy spoof one-shot comic collected a number of strips featuring the titular feline that previously appeared in various mags, and were drawn by a number of noted good girl artists of the day, including Wally Wood, Bill Ward, Bill Everett, and Jim Mooney, with Stan Lee as a contributing writer.

(Like Mad Magazine, they worked around the restrictive Comics Code by the loophole of format – even though this black and white magazine was comic strips, it wasn’t considered a ‘comic book’.) 

Magazine Management was bought out by Perfect Film & Chemical Corporation in 1968, right around the time Pussycat here got her only solo outing, and Magazine Management would eventually be formally renamed Marvel Comics Group in 1973 … although several magazines like Stag and Male – which started out as 'men’s adventure’ pulps with fiction, girlie cartoons, and only the occasional pin-up in a bikini, eventually became straight-up cover-to-cover nude pictorials with sexually explicit articles – were published under the 'Magazine Management’ banner until the mid-to-late 1970s, when they were finally discontinued. 

Stag had first been published in 1942, not long after Timely debuted Captain America, and had a run of 314 issues until the final one in 1976, long after Spider-Man and the Hulk had become pop culture icons.

And that, kids, is the story of how Disney eventually bought themselves a former porn publisher turned superhero entertainment empire.

Calling All Young Talented POC

Even if you aren’t interested, your followers might be so please signal boost!

Okay, so you’ve probably seen this post where I asked for young POC with artistic talents for a magazine. Now that so many people have contacted me, me and cynthiabgentry are ready to receive your submissions! If you want to be part of our team or contribute to the magazine, which is called Jaded Magazine, please keep reading.

All submissions MUST go to jadedsubmission@gmail.com! Please only send your email ONCE. You can only submit for at most two different sections, and you must include in the subject line of your email that you’re applying for two (i.e. Art - Illustration and Writing - Poetry). Please note that you’re submitting for our consideration, this does not mean you will be automatically featured in the magazine.

Every submission should:

  • Tell us a little about yourself (name, pronouns, race/identity, where you live, etc.)
  • Tell us why you want to work with Jaded Mag!

art (illustration/animation/drawing/painting)

  • When sending your email, in the subject line, write Art - [whichever kind of art you do]. For example, the subject line could be Art - Painting if you’re a painter!
  • Please include working links to your art or attach clear images of your art.
  • Please tell us your experience with art, how long you’ve been doing it, etc.

writing (articles/poetry/stories/prose)

  • When sending your email, in the subject line, write Writing - [whichever kind of writing you do]. For example, the subject line should be Writing - Articles if you’re a journalist!
  • Please include working links to your writing or attach documents of your writing.
  • Please tell us your experience with writing, how long you’ve been doing it, etc.

photography/videography/audio

  • When sending your email, in the subject line, please indicate which one you do. If you’re a photographer the subject line can be Photography, and if you submit audio, it should be Music.
  • Please include working links to your photos/videos/music or attach your photos/videos/music.
  • Please tell us your experience with photography/videography/music, how long you’ve been doing it, etc.

No inappropriate or rated-R content! You can DM us on twitter (@ajahnidhana and @cynthiabgentry) or message us on Tumblr (khiye & cynthiabgentry) if you have any questions!

Desi Girl Magazine

hi! desi girl magazine (has a pretty self explanatory name :)) is an online magazine specifically for desi girls. we attempt to create a place for desi girls to discuss themselves, their experiences, their struggles, and their successes. we are dedicated to putting desi voices out there and taking up as much space as possible while educating others and sharing our stories. we are currently looking for people to help run and contribute to the magazine. if you are interested please message me at desigirlmag

  • what is desi girl magazine? desi girl magazine is a zine for desi girls by desi girls. we feature a wide range of topics (beauty, story telling, social issues + current events, desi pop culture, desi music, interviews w desis from all over, etc) in several forms (photography, art, writing, etc). this magazine is a place for desi girls to express themselves and share their work 
  • how do i participate? we are always looking for people to submit their work! you can submit work of any kind at any time here. All your work will be credited to you (unless you would like to remain anonymous in which case you should specify that when submitting).
  • are there any qualifications i’d need to participate? i’d like all participants to be desi because this is a magazine specifically for desis. in the chance that i am looking for non-desi contributors (unlikely but you never know) i will specifically ask for that.  
  • how would i contribute? it is completely up to you how you’d like to contribute. you can submit any art you’ve made, anything you’ve written (stories, narrative, poetry, general commentary on world events, etc), recommendations or reviews (for whatever u want!! maybe books, movies, music, beauty products, etc), and basically anything else you want! obviously we are unable to put videos in our magazine but we can definitely mention them in there and reblog the video on our blog so feel free to submit those as well! this is just some general ideas for what you can submit but i am open to any & all ideas! :) 
for any other questions + concerns, please contact me here or email me at desigirlmag@gmail.com :-)

CARA DELEVINGNE HAS A NEW ROLE AT LOVE MAGAZINE!

Cara Delevingne is a model, actress, singer and now a contributing editor at LOVE Magazine. The British beauty guest edits the magazine’s 13th issue which is set to hit newsstands next month. About the move, Cara says,  “It’s such an honor to be asked by Katie Grand [the magazine’s editor-in-chief] to guest edit an issue of LOVE magazine. Normally I’m the one being asked the questions, but I loved the experience of being on the other side – asking the questions and having more directive control.”

…Peter’s drawings — made when he was just 16 — feature in a magazine created in 1974 by pupils of St Ninian’s High in Kirkintilloch to mark the school’s centenary.

One of his illustrations is of a futuristic spaceman attempting to warp the space-time continuum to travel the universe.

The story — called Galaxy Hop — could be about Dr Who himself! It’s a spooky coincidence that raises the possibility Peter really is a Time Lord.

Peter’s other contributions to the magazine include cartoons, a poem called Scum and caricatures of teachers — one of which had to be censored.

School pal John Robins — who owns the magazine — said: “This particular teacher was infamous for being a bit too handy with the strap.

“Peter drew him as a Nazi, complete with Swastika armband. The editor couldn’t let it through like that but didn’t change it much — he just blanked out the Nazi symbol.

“I was a year or two above Peter but we were both members of the school’s climbing club. We loved it when he joined us on weekends away because he was very popular with the opposite sex.

“Whenever he came along, another half-dozen or so girls would sign up too.”

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Kyle Baker 1996-1997: excerpts from Mad Magazine #343, 356, 359

Given the humorous content nature of his work and love of Jack Davis, it should be no surprise that Baker is a lifelong fan of Mad Magazine. He satisfied a lifelong dream in the mid-90s when he contributed to the magazine. That said, the dream doesn’t pay as good as his regular work, as he tells the Comics Journal:

The thing about Mad is that I’d be selling all the rights to the work — I mean, you know that going into it, that this thing’s going to be reprinted 20 times, and that you won’t get paid again.

Hi!  We’re looking for people to be part of dune magazine: either through becoming a team member or by sending in submissions. If interested, please read all the details below!!

What is it?

Dune Magazine is an online magazine created by youth of colour all around the globe to  make something unique and fun. Our aim is to turn this into a safe platform for poc to voice their opinions and create something fresh and not bleached by eurocentric ideals.

What roles are inside?

We’re looking for all sort of people such as writers ( for current affair/social justice/ lifestyle articles, book/film/music/event reviews, journal entries, travel diaries, opinion pieces/rants, poetry, spoken poetry, and much more ), photographers, artists ( physical or digital), interviewees, fashion bloggers ( for fashion lookbooks and/or fashion reviews), musos ( for music playlists and/or music reviews) and  many more individuals who can contribute to the magazine!

How can I join the team / submit my work??

All the information on submitting and joining dune mag is here ( or on the join us tab on the website)

Where can you find/contact us?

The posts + all info are up on our current website/tumblr - dunemagazine.tumblr.com

Also stay updated through our instagram - @dunemagazine

You can contact us through our ask box, instagram or email (dunemagazine@gmail.com)

Feel free to ask us anything or give suggestions!!

Thanks for reading xx

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Entertainment Weekly is looking for an editorial intern in our LA office!

WHO:

EW’s spring editorial internship is open to recent college or J-school graduates who can work a 5-day, 35-hour week. We’re looking for applicants with strong writing and reporting skills who are passionate about pop culture. Internet fluency—GIF-making, an encyclopedic knowledge of memes, etc.—is a plus as well.

WHAT:

The LA editorial intern will contribute to the magazine and website with blog posts, news briefs, interviews, on-the-scene reports, red carpet reporting, photo galleries and recaps. The intern will also assist with transcription and research projects, but the focus will be on writing more than anything else. Some items will be straightforward news stories; others will be more creative, opinion-based pieces. Either way, we’re looking for writing that is clear, factually accurate, and in line with EW’s enthusiastic yet irreverent voice. Interns will be paid $10/hour.

WHEN:

January through June 2016

WHERE:

EW’s Los Angeles headquarters

HOW TO APPLY:

Email a resume, cover letter, and 2-3 previously published clips to Molly.Smith@ew.com. Please assume that your application has been received unless your email is bounced back.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Dec. 11

To get a sense of Bidault-Waddington’s ineffable Anglo-French cool, consider this: When Marc Jacobs was launching Marc by Marc Jacobs a decade and a half ago, he signed her up to consult and style. In the intervening years, Bidault-Waddington has worked for everyone from Hermès to Chloé and contributed to magazines like Self Service andPurple, but her style—'70s haute bourgeois with a hint of subversion—remains eternal.