For avid readers and the uninitiated alike, this is a chance to reengage with classic literature and to stay inspired and entertained.
The concept of the magazine is simple: the first half is a long-form interview with a notable book fanatic and the second half explores one classic work of literature from an array of surprising and invigorating angles.
The coolest girl in a band, Kim Gordon, graces our spring issue. She talks books, music, writing, art and bad tv habits. While Kakuzo Okakura's The Book of Tea inspires our journey from the tea houses of Japan to the florists of Paris and over to the prisons of England. Read this issue with the perfect brew.
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Seb Emina is a British writer and editor. His work features in international magazines and newspapers and his first book, The Breakfast Bible, was published in 2013. Until recently he was also an employee of Artangel. Credited by The New York Times with 'quietly saving magazines', Dutch publishing duo Jop van Bennekom and Gert Jonkers launched their first title together in 2001: BUTT, a pocket-sized pink-papered fagazine was followed in 2005 by Fantastic Man, a biannual men's style magazine and in 2010 by The Gentlewoman, its sister title.
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Descripción Soft cover. Estado de conservación: New. Complete with matching bookmark. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE-1479293928265