Pop-Up Magazine, here to take over your Sunday
The Sunday paper: once a breakfast-table institution.
And then somewhere between your grandpa and the Internet, it sort of … went quietly into the night.
Restoring the balance: The California Sunday Magazine, launching next month for your weekend edification and taking subscriptions now.
Helmed by S.F.’s Douglas McGray (editor and co-creator of Pop-Up Magazine and contributor to This American Life and The New Yorker), California Sunday is about gorgeous photography and evocative longform reporting on the stories that make our fair state the beautiful beast she is.
And they’ve got the chops to pull it off, with behind-the-scenes talent from Wired, the New York Times, W Magazine and Digg alongside Cali’s deep bench of proven storytellers and visual artists.
Call ‘em natural resources.
A subscription nets you access to the magazine on any device in your digital quiver, or you can throw things back to the halcyon and snag paper copies.
There’s also a limited patron-level membership that comes with two reserved tickets to every single Pop-Up Magazine event.
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