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  3. symboliamag:

Meet two female veterans who were once stationed at the Guantánamo Bay Naval Base in the latest issue of Symbolia. 
Composed of interviews by Sara Mirk and illustrations by Lucy Bellwood, DECLASSIFIED pulls no punches and digs into the very real issues women in the armed forces face every day.
To read this article when it goes live next week, subscribe to Symbolia on iPad // via PDF // Kindle Editions.

    symboliamag:

    Meet two female veterans who were once stationed at the Guantánamo Bay Naval Base in the latest issue of Symbolia. 

    Composed of interviews by Sara Mirk and illustrations by Lucy Bellwood, DECLASSIFIED pulls no punches and digs into the very real issues women in the armed forces face every day.

    To read this article when it goes live next week, subscribe to Symbolia on iPad // via PDF // Kindle Editions.

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The original Paris Review website.

Now there’s an app! 

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    The original Paris Review website.

    Now there’s an app

  5. Jörgits combines “whiz-bang multimedia and old-school textual immersion” in an interactive children’s novel. 

  6. Paul Kamuf created a hybrid movie/app that can only be viewed across two separate tablet screens. 

  7. symboliamag:

    THE MATING RITUAL IS HERE

    And we are so pumped. Get it: iPad or PDF

    In this issue, you’ll find stories about making open relationships work, the logistics of loving a sexbot, and more. Pretty cool, right? The Mating Ritual is included with the cost of subscription and is also available for $2.99 as a single issue purchase.

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    theparisreview:

    Checking out books on the subway? We can dig it! (And those bookshelf mock-ups would make a pleasant change from Dr. Zizmor ads, not that we don’t love him, too.)

    Brilliant idea, meant for anyone who’s been on a long subway ride with nothing to read. But as it turns out, this is just a concept, and the New York Public Library has nothing to do with it, despite their logo being front and center.

    The credit goes to students at the Miami Ad School. But the title of their project, “A Simple Solution to help New York’s Empty Libraries,” is flawed, because the libraries in this city aren’t empty at all.

    Since 2008, NYPL circulation is up 44 percent, to 28 million. Attendance is up 12 percent, to 18 million. And computer usage is up 160 percent.

    That said, Miami’s students are on to something here. NYPL, take note!

    If only this were REAL.  

  10. symboliamag:

In the latest issue of Symbolia: Meet Lolo, a young boy who chose to leave the United States when his father was deported. Lolo now lives in Mexico while his older sister Gabby and his mother remain in the U.S.
“Lolo’s Story” is a powerful look at the human impact of immigration policies in the United States by Beth Caldwell, Kat Leyh, Joel Medina, and Erin Siegel.
To read this article, download our iPad app or subscribe to our PDF Edition. You can also purchase the issue for $2.99 without a subscription.

Josh Neufeld and Tori Marlan’s Stowaway also examines the human impact of U.S. immigration policies on a young boy. 

    symboliamag:

    In the latest issue of Symbolia: Meet Lolo, a young boy who chose to leave the United States when his father was deported. Lolo now lives in Mexico while his older sister Gabby and his mother remain in the U.S.

    “Lolo’s Story” is a powerful look at the human impact of immigration policies in the United States by Beth Caldwell, Kat Leyh, Joel Medina, and Erin Siegel.

    To read this article, download our iPad app or subscribe to our PDF Edition. You can also purchase the issue for $2.99 without a subscription.

    Josh Neufeld and Tori Marlan’s Stowaway also examines the human impact of U.S. immigration policies on a young boy.