In this issue, we're all about making the impossible possible – celebrating the dreamers determined to make their vision a reality, no matter how unlikely it seems.
Jamila Prowse and the team behind Typical Girls dreamed of creating a magazine that represented them. Now they're doing it, and think you should do the same.
For four years, Illegal magazine has been speaking honestly about drugs, providing a source of income for addicts in the process. Now the publication is hitting the streets of London.
The digital revolution may be upon us, but there's a fightback already underway. Self-publishing has never been easier, so check out these handy tips.
Novelist Ryan Gattis, who penned the LA Riots odyssey All Involved, answers our quick-fire Q&A series, the The Spiel Sesh.
Offprint London showcases the best of indie publishing at Tate Modern, May 20-22. Here are our top picks.
Photographer Joe Williams’ BlackBlock zine connects riders in the UK’s South West with the emerging scene in Latvia.
Surf Odyssey editor Andrew Groves guides us through the uncharted sea of creativity that lives beyond mainstream surfing.
What do you do when you’re fucked-off with the way things are? You start a subversive magazine and start exploring other planets.
Poet and painter Rachel B. Glaser’s debut novel Paulina & Fran is a cutting satire of art school that’s sympathetic towards its characters even as it mocks them.
Paper Planes Founder Nupur Joshi Thanks is reviving print by introducing India to the joys of boutique magazines.
The lingering pangs of parental guilt bring to life the New Yorker’s latest cover: an animated collaboration between cartoonist Chris Ware and This American Life host Ira Glass.