Along with the new format, we still have the same sharp content, like New Yorker staffer Lauretta Charlton’s essay, “Banking on the Women’s Health Business,” about the financial possibilities in apps that focus on the female body, or travel blogger Randi Delano’s advice for seeing the world on a dime. From cover artist Tony Gum’s “Free Da Gum” series to artist Zanele Muholi’s exploration of the politics of race, the artwork in this issue (largely portraiture) asks us to reevaluate our understanding of women globally.
Format: 11 x 8.25 inches, 100 pages printed on matte, recycled paper. Heavier cover stock. No advertising.