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New Reader Magazine New Reader Magazine is a quarterly arts, literature, and culture journal. Our purpose is to publish fearless fiction and non-fiction, poetry, identity and

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Today's read. 🔥Storm For Her by Isabel LanzettaIssue 12, Nameless | http://ow.ly/FDvn50D00jT
01/12/2021
Vol. 3 Issue 12, "Nameless"

Today's read. 🔥

Storm For Her by Isabel Lanzetta
Issue 12, Nameless | http://ow.ly/FDvn50D00jT

We've constantly expressed our fascination over things that remain a mystery so for this quarter we dedicated this issue to be about the unknown and the surprises it brings!

Today's read. 🧐Poetry | Jim JasIssue 12, Nameless - http://ow.ly/c1SN50D00hV
01/11/2021
Vol. 3 Issue 12, "Nameless"

Today's read. 🧐

Poetry | Jim Jas
Issue 12, Nameless - http://ow.ly/c1SN50D00hV

We've constantly expressed our fascination over things that remain a mystery so for this quarter we dedicated this issue to be about the unknown and the surprises it brings!

#CallForSubmissionsNRM is looking for poetry, prose, art, and other oddities for issue 13, “Viral” 🌎New Reader Magazine ...
01/11/2021

#CallForSubmissions

NRM is looking for poetry, prose, art, and other oddities for issue 13, “Viral” 🌎

New Reader Magazine is a quarterly journal for arts, culture, and the written word. The virus has taken its toll on all of us, spreading itself across our cities and throughout the globe. But is that all that's going on? What other things have been out and about, and how are they affecting everyone’s lives? This quarter, we’d love to know.

All fiction must be a minimum of 500 words and all prose a max of 4000.

Complete submission guidelines on our website. Send queries and submissions to [email protected].

Deadline of submissions is on February 12, 2021.

New Reader Magazine's cover photo
01/11/2021

New Reader Magazine's cover photo

The Miramichi Reader
01/11/2021
The Miramichi Reader

The Miramichi Reader

An article that was originally written for our friends at Atlantic Books Today, here are the "Must Have NB Books of 2020" compiled by James M Fisher Gemma Marr and Bill Arnott. #ReadAtlantic! http://bit.ly/MustHaveNBBooks2020

WEAR A MASK!
01/11/2021

WEAR A MASK!

WHOA. ✨
01/07/2021
The Blockbuster Avant-Garde

WHOA. ✨

The immersive experiences of teamLab fuse technology and emotion, thrill audiences, and break the gallery business model. Do they even need the art world?

Today's read. 🌷Half An Hour Then Half An Hour Then by Joshua BlighIssue 12, Nameless | http://ow.ly/hptf50CZZSz
01/06/2021
Vol. 3 Issue 12, "Nameless"

Today's read. 🌷

Half An Hour Then Half An Hour Then by Joshua Bligh
Issue 12, Nameless | http://ow.ly/hptf50CZZSz

We've constantly expressed our fascination over things that remain a mystery so for this quarter we dedicated this issue to be about the unknown and the surprises it brings!

'“I get to spend time with so many inspiring people, I feel obligated to start sharing more of their stories."' - Greg W...
01/05/2021
Cannabiscapes: Exploring Cannabis Culture Through Flower-Based Art

'“I get to spend time with so many inspiring people, I feel obligated to start sharing more of their stories."' - Greg Welch

🤔🤔🤔🧐

If you are into weed or music, it’s more likely than not that you’ve unknowingly seen Greg Welch’s art somewhere.

Tonight's read. 🌃Poetry | Craig DobsonIssue 12, Nameless - http://ow.ly/qnYX50CZZLn
01/05/2021
Vol. 3 Issue 12, "Nameless"

Tonight's read. 🌃

Poetry | Craig Dobson
Issue 12, Nameless - http://ow.ly/qnYX50CZZLn

We've constantly expressed our fascination over things that remain a mystery so for this quarter we dedicated this issue to be about the unknown and the surprises it brings!

Today's read. 🧐
12/31/2020

Today's read. 🧐

Hey I hope everyone's having a good holiday season (I mean despite 2020 being, 2020)

Before the year ends I'm putting up the first chapter of my comic here again but in full as a year end treat, if you want a copy of the pdf you can get it at https://gum.co/VAkuwp payment is optional.

As I've said, Navigator is deeply personal work written during a rough personal time in 2019, and drawn this year in the midst of... everything. It was nice to finally have this first bit done and out.

Who knows what 2021's going to be like, personally I'm just glad I got to see today, not many were as lucky.

This was heavy to write and even heavier to draw, all the same I'm proud of how it turned out and I hope you all get to read.

I'll take this post down once I start on Chapter II next year, who knows, when I finish all of it, might have it printed. Here's hoping.

Anyways, Happy New Years friends!

I wish us all the best going into 2021

cheers~

Re-sharing!
12/26/2020

Re-sharing!

Ah, the holidays. 🎄

We hope you have a merry one, dear readers!

12/25/2020

Happy Holidays, dear readers! 🧐

12/23/2020
The Sketchbook Project

The Sketchbook Project

Submit your own sketchbook to Brooklyn Art Library and help support a global art library.

Hurray, 500! 🥳🥳🥳
12/22/2020

Hurray, 500! 🥳🥳🥳

Today's read. 🐸✨The Story of Steve - Part 2Bill Arnott's Beat | https://bit.ly/3oPSyr2
12/18/2020
The Story of Steve – Part 2 of 2

Today's read. 🐸✨

The Story of Steve - Part 2
Bill Arnott's Beat | https://bit.ly/3oPSyr2

Six years later, with my pet Steve-the-African-tree-frog, I headed off to grad school, a four-thousand-kilometre drive. Late on the third day, I was stopped for speeding. It was starless dark and the officer used a flashlight to approach our car. I had my license out. Steve was on the dash in his Ma...

DOWN to EARTH
12/18/2020
DOWN to EARTH

DOWN to EARTH

"If we really educate ourselves, listen and feel what's happening...How did we get here, how does our treatment of people and creatures show us what we need to learn about ourselves? This is the indigenous wisdom the people need to focus on." Stan Rushworth, a professor of Native American Studies and an elder of Cherokee descent.

A film by Ian MacKenzie: https://www.ianmack.com
Produced by Barbara Cecil

https://youtu.be/1yeckXgVfTM

Today's read. 🐸The Story of Steve - Part 1Bill Arnott's Beat | https://bit.ly/37jvGu8
12/16/2020
The Story of Steve – Part 1 of 2

Today's read. 🐸

The Story of Steve - Part 1
Bill Arnott's Beat | https://bit.ly/37jvGu8

Fifteen years ago Wonderful Magical Words, my first book, was published, raising twenty grand for Make-A-Wish Foundation, for which I’m eternally grateful. Here’s a passage I hope you enjoy, The Story of Steve … I was twelve. And I got a small African tree frog as a pet, one of a few to surfac...

Have you read Issue 12, Nameless yet? 🧐.....Art: You are a Hero too by Bob McNeil
12/16/2020

Have you read Issue 12, Nameless yet? 🧐
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Art: You are a Hero too by Bob McNeil

Today's read.Shadow Boxing with the Law in the Time of Corona by Joshua Moody - Issue 12, Nameless | https://bit.ly/3nr0...
12/15/2020
Vol. 3 Issue 12, "Nameless"

Today's read.

Shadow Boxing with the Law in the Time of Corona by Joshua Moody - Issue 12, Nameless | https://bit.ly/3nr0mPW 👀✨

We've constantly expressed our fascination over things that remain a mystery so for this quarter we dedicated this issue to be about the unknown and the surprises it brings!

'Graffiti has both an ephemeral quality, and an enduring power.'
12/15/2020
The street art that expressed the world's pain

'Graffiti has both an ephemeral quality, and an enduring power.'

In 2020, murals in cities all over the globe gave voice to black protest and resistance. Arwa Haider explores the powerful graffiti art that memorialises George Floyd and others.

12/14/2020
DOWN to EARTH

DOWN to EARTH

What makes us happy? ...Time to listen. Watch this award winning film now.

"I don’t just believe that we can’t know everything — I almost believe that we can’t know anything, that there are etern...
12/12/2020

"I don’t just believe that we can’t know everything — I almost believe that we can’t know anything, that there are eternal mysteries in every realm. How can we even attempt to speak of what we can never know? Nothing but miracles, all day, every day."

We're honored to share the story of Michael Lipsey, the artist behind these aphorisms and collages you see on the internet.

Read his feature now by downloading a copy of Issue 12!

"I don’t just believe that we can’t know everything—I almost believe that we can’t know anything, that there are eternal...
12/12/2020

"I don’t just believe that we can’t know everything—I almost believe that we can’t know anything, that there are eternal mysteries in every realm. How can we even attempt to speak of what we can never know? Nothing but miracles, all day, every day."

We're honored to share the story of Michael Lipsey, the artist behind these aphorisms and collages you see on the internet.

Read his feature now by downloading a copy of Issue 12!

Download your copy now: https://bit.ly/2LqfVJj
Or read it on Issuu: https://bit.ly/37RtcSO 🔖

Here's an early holiday present from us! 🎁Issue 12, Nameless is up, and we hope you like it. We've constantly expressed ...
12/12/2020

Here's an early holiday present from us! 🎁
Issue 12, Nameless is up, and we hope you like it.

We've constantly expressed our fascination over things that remain a mystery, so for this quarter we dedicated this issue to be about the unknown and the surprises it brings!

Download your copy now: https://bit.ly/2LqfVJj
Or read it on Issuu: https://bit.ly/37RtcSO 🔖

Cover art by Michael Lipsey

Today's read.'Trees were once viewed as individual and solitary organisms, competing with other trees for resources. But...
12/10/2020
On Trees as Social Creatures and Fungi as the ‘Fabric of the Forest’

Today's read.

'Trees were once viewed as individual and solitary organisms, competing with other trees for resources. But the forest ecosystem is supported by mycorrhizal networks: an underground fungal web through which trees exchange carbon, water, and nutrients and communicate with one another.

“It’s a vast, ancient and intricate society,” writes Jabr. “There is conflict in a forest, but there is also negotiation, reciprocity and perhaps even selflessness.” It’s a fascinating dive into the social life of forests, and you will never look at trees the same way again.'

Trees were previously seen as individual and solitary organisms. But the research of Suzanne Simard shows otherwise.

Brain Pickings
12/10/2020
Brain Pickings

Brain Pickings

On Emily Dickinson's 190th birthday, her stunning herbarium – a forgotten masterpiece at the crossing point of poetry and science

“To live better, it starts with everyone on this planet."DOWN to EARTH is a film that follows a family breakingaway from...
12/08/2020

“To live better, it starts with everyone on this planet."

DOWN to EARTH is a film that follows a family breaking
away from society to find a new perspective on life. For five
years, travelling six continents, the parents and their 3
children aged 10, 7 and 6 go on a journey of discovery to
capture the wisdom of the ‘Earth Keepers’.

An award-winning film taking you on a journey to visit the Earth Keepers, native wisdom teachers from around the
world who hold the keys to a better future.

Learn how to reconnect with yourself and your planet. A mind-opening, life-affirming journey from the comfort of your home.

🎞️: https://downtoearthfilm.com/

Today's read.The Worst That Could Happen by Hannah SmartIssue 10, Houdini - http://ow.ly/UCtI50CyVtF 💫
12/04/2020
Vol. 3 Issue 10, "Houdini"

Today's read.

The Worst That Could Happen by Hannah Smart
Issue 10, Houdini - http://ow.ly/UCtI50CyVtF 💫

In the midst of this global crisis and the tension it has caused for most of humanity, we feel that it is only right to honor the storytellers by sharing pieces of their truth about this peculiar reality we live in. And the people of New Reader Magazine are always devoted to introducing them to you,...

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Issue 11, Vol. 3 "Hiding in Plain Sight"

The other day, I met—well, not really, I just saw one of his videos—Johann Hari. He wrote a book called Lost Connections, where he uncovers causes of depression and anxiety. He points out that in the early stages of mankind, humans were able to survive and thrive in the wilderness, not because they were any bigger or any smarter than all the other animals, but because humans were good at working together and communicating with one another as a tribe.

Now I won’t say that this generation isn’t constantly communicating with one another—I mean, we can even be obsessed with it! I just think that it’s easy to miss out on opportunities or decline human connection because of so many distractions from streaming sites, social media, video games, etc. I’m not saying they’re bad because I’m always grateful for it. Without these inventions I wouldn’t be able to reach the artists I’ve talked to or the talented contributors, and well—you! This online publication brings us closer, and makes us grow familiar with each other even without meeting in person.

I think that’s what this quarter is all about—the things we miss out on all the time, but always had right in front of us. I must say that this quarter was fun to make. It was a bit longer, and the process was more patient compared to the others we’ve had. It took its time, and took a lot of effort in listening and observing, carefully trying its best to get a message across.

And alas, the message is here, so thank you for being our dear reader.

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