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Obelisk - A Book on Art, Architecture, & Antiquities (New)

Please help print OBELISK: I. 36 articles on art, architecture, & antiquities. Hardcover, 240 pgs. Receive a copy w/a $75 donation!

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Scalawag: The new magazine for Southern politics and culture

Scalawag will help build a freer and more just South through storytelling and conversation—in print, online, and in person.

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  • The Untold History of Japanese Game Developers

    A book with more Japanese developer interviews than any other; a wealth of untold anecdotes from Japan's video game history in English

  • Civil Eats: Food Policy News & Commentary with Bite

    Civil Eats is a daily news & commentary source for critical thought about the American food system.

  • A History of the Great Empires of Eve Online

    A narrative history book about the politics, warfare, betrayal, and culture that shaped the first decade of Eve Online.

  • Bellingcat, for and by citizen investigative journalists will unite citizen investigative journalists to use open source information to report on issues that are being ignored.

  • The Odyssey Initiative

    Three teachers tour the U.S. learning and sharing best practices from America's best teachers and then open a new public school.

  • Massively Overpowered

    Help the Massively Overpowered crew reroll, go independent, and continue to cover the vibrant MMO games market.

  • Drone on the Farm: An Aerial Exposé

    What are factory farms hiding with "ag-gag" laws? I'll combine drone photography with investigative reporting to find out.

  • Acuerdo. Major Journalism for Pissed Off Readers

    Acuerdo is a tablet-first publication that offers quality journalism with XXI century narratives. Get Joe Sacco's first web comic here!

  • Frame by Frame

    A documentary exploring Afghanistan's recent revolution of photography through four local photojournalists.

  • Howler: A Magazine About Soccer

    A big, glossy publication with distinctive, original writing and art about soccer that will come out four times per year.

  • a book-shaped magazine by and for the new everyone.

    HRDCVR is a hardcover culture magazine from Danyel Smith & Elliott Wilson. It's created by diverse teams for a diverse world.

  • Livestreaming the 2014 Race for Governor

    We livestreamed the Wendy Davis filibuster. Now we want to make unfiltered video the norm in politics – starting with the 2014 races.

  • Reports from the Energy Battlegrounds

    Hot temperatures. Brutal conflicts. From ground zero of climate change, a new publication.

  • Knoxville Mercury Launch

    Starting a newspaper. In the 21st century. Seriously.

  • The Classical

    Smart sportswriting for smart readers. No snark, no cheerleader slideshows, no aggregation: Just brainy sports journalism, every day.

  • Elect "Carl in the Morning" for a second term!

    Comedian Carl Wolfson returns with a live morning talk show featuring news, uncensored opinion and stimulating conversation.

  • Narratively

    Narratively is a digital publication devoted to original, true & in-depth stories about New York, with plans to expand to other cities.

  • FOIA Machine

    To make government accountable, people have to know the facts. But prying secrets out of Washington is hard. FOIA Machine can help.

  • WhoWhatWhy: The Post-Election Project

    When the election is over, the real work begins.