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    • CommentAuthorS.H. Segal
    • CommentTimeJan 31st 2008
     (749.21)
    Seed: my favorite science magazine. Outstanding writing. Every issue features a two-way interview between a cutting-edge scientist and a cutting-edge artist.
    Paste: best design for a music magazine, AND every issue comes with a sampler CD of the musicians featured in the mag.
    The Atlantic: for in-depth current affairs. I dunno exactly what it is, but somehow I just like it a little more than the New Yorker.
    National Geographic: a classic, and still brilliant. May all the gods bless 'em.
    Hi-Fructose: awesome fun art mag. See above.
    Interzone: U.K.-based science fiction short-story magazine. Fun, modern, great visuals.
    Bust: snappy culture writing; reminds me of a national version of the Pittsburgh alt-weekly I used to edit.
    The Believer: unusual literary coverage. At times overly twee, but still, it's not afraid to experiment, and there's something outstanding in every issue.

    ..and Matt, hope you enjoy Weird Tales!
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      CommentAuthorOwsler
    • CommentTimeJan 31st 2008
     (749.22)
    I'm running out of space, and as an inveterate hoarder I had to stop any regular mag purchases. If I'm commuting and need something to read, I might pick up Sight and Sound or Empire magazine.