Independent Publishing

Inside the UK’s most radical indie publishers
Books

Inside the UK’s most radical indie publishers

Part one: Jacaranda Books — Founded in 2012, Jacaranda Books is bringing black culture to mainstream publishing, providing a space for writers that ‘cross racial, gender and cultural boundaries.’

Written by: Kit Caless

The magazine for outsiders, built from nothing but ideas
Outdoors

The magazine for outsiders, built from nothing but ideas

The Editorial — After being let go from her job, and turned away from every publication, Claire Milbrath started her own title to bring emerging artists into the light, away from the establishment's doors.

Written by: Josh Gabert-Doyon

Dave Eggers’ advice for leading a life of creativity, on your own terms
Culture

Dave Eggers’ advice for leading a life of creativity, on your own terms

Heroes of Independence — To celebrate a decade of self-rule, we caught up with icons who personify the spirit of independence. In this instalment, Dave Eggers shares his experience as a writer and publisher who knows how to get shit done – without having to make soul-destroying compromises.

Written by: Cian Traynor

The best of self-publishing at Offprint London
Print

The best of self-publishing at Offprint London

Huck’s favourite DIY print projects — Offprint London showcases the best of indie publishing at Tate Modern, May 20-22. Here are our top picks.

Written by: Alex King

MacKenzie Peck is on a mission to make progressive porn for everyone
Culture

MacKenzie Peck is on a mission to make progressive porn for everyone

Celebrating diverse sexuality — MacKenzie Peck makes real good porn. Publisher of Feminist Math Magazine, Peck gets off on sticking it to sleazy San Fernando Valley execs.

Written by: Megan Broussard

Celebrating a decade of iconic music photography from Loud And Quiet
Music

Celebrating a decade of iconic music photography from Loud And Quiet

Influential music mag turns ten — Loud And Quiet’s reputation has grown steadily since it began life as a fanzine in 2005 - thanks in part to its eye-catching music photography.

Written by: Sam Warner

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