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Work by students on the postgraduate Magazine Journalism course at Nottingham Trent University with special coverage this week of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations

Creative curfew: How are writers, actors and comics dealing with lockdown?

No public appearances, no live audiences and, in some cases, no income: what does it mean to be 'creative' for a living when you...

Interview: ‘Building connections is half the battle’ – James Cartwright, Weapons of Reason editor

For the latest in our series of interviews with media people, James Cartwright, 31, editor of Weapons of Reason magazine, tells Amanda Walker about...

Interview: From counsel to critic – Helen O’Hara, Empire’s editor-at-large

Former legal eagle and now Empire magazine’s editor-at-large, Helen O’Hara tells George White about her motivation to swap real-life killers on Death Row for...

Interview: ‘Advice for budding journalists? Get noticed’ – Nick Clark, features editor, The Stage

Starting off as a reporter at Financial News, Nick Clark moved into arts journalism in 2011 and is now features editor of The Stage....

Interview: Sam Coare, editor of Kerrang!, on turning teenage kicks into his dream job

In the ever-changing world of music journalism, Kerrang! Magazine has been one of the few constants for rock and metal fans around the world. Since...

Interview: ‘Music journalism was seen as this gonzoid pursuit’ – MOJO boss John Mulvey

In the first of our series of interviews with editors, John Mulvey, boss of MOJO magazine, talks to Laura Phillips about music journalism myths,...

Interview: ‘Don’t obsess over status. A sexy title might be meaningless’

After graduating with a BA in English, Hannah Swerling, 36, threw herself into the deep end of the industry. Twelve years later, she is...

Locked down but not out: How we produced our first issue of Magazine² against the odds

Hello! We are a group of journalism Master's students at Nottingham Trent University who set out to make a magazine about, well, magazines. We wanted...
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Satire, style and niche journalism: Gustav Temple, editor of The Chap

It has been more than two decades since Gustav Temple began publishing The Chap, a satirical fashion and lifestyle magazine designed for the modern...

Interview: ‘Every game becomes a piece of me’ – Icarus creator Spenser Starke

Spenser Starke, 28-year-old creator of Icarus, Kids on Brooms and the upcoming Alice is Missing, talks to Dice Tower editor Chris King from his...