Apology Magazine: No. 4

Apology is a quarterly-ish magazine of art, fiction, games, humor, essays, interviews, journalism and photography. Founded and edited by former Vice magazine editor-in-chief and index magazine editor Jesse Pearson, Apology is inspired in equal measure by The New Yorker under William Shawn’s editorship; 1980s and 90s punk zines; the Encyclopedia Britannica, The People’s Almanac and MAD magazine. In its first two issues, Apology published work by authors and artists such as John Ashbery, Bill Callahan, Dan Colen, Roe Ethridge, Ryan McGinley, Eileen Myles, Raymond Pettibon, Richard Prince, Terry Richardson, Aurel Schmidt and many more. Aiming to be “a general-interest magazine for people whose general interests aren’t general,” Apology is “a sophisticated alternative to sophomoric magazines and a sophomoric alternative to sophisticated magazines… Readers can always count on entertaining and thought-provoking writing and art from yesterday, today, and tomorrow.”

Text: Pearson Jesse. pp. 200; paperback. Publisher: Apology Magazine, 2015.

ISBN: 9780985932633| 0985932635

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Apology is a quarterly-ish magazine of art, fiction, games, humor, essays, interviews, journalism and photography. Founded and edited by former Vice magazine editor-in-chief and index magazine editor Jesse Pearson, Apology is inspired in equal measure by The New Yorker under William Shawn’s editorship; 1980s and 90s punk zines; the Encyclopedia Britannica, The People’s Almanac and MAD magazine. In its first two issues, Apology published work by authors and artists such as John Ashbery, Bill Callahan, Dan Colen, Roe Ethridge, Ryan McGinley, Eileen Myles, Raymond Pettibon, Richard Prince, Terry Richardson, Aurel Schmidt and many more. Aiming to be “a general-interest magazine for people whose general interests aren’t general,” Apology is “a sophisticated alternative to sophomoric magazines and a sophomoric alternative to sophisticated magazines… Readers can always count on entertaining and thought-provoking writing and art from yesterday, today, and tomorrow.”

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