Long Live Paper | 2020


Long Live Paper | 2020

I am writing this post somewhat begrudgingly because, honestly, I don't even know if I will subscribe to all three of these paper subscriptions or if I even have the time to read them. Since none of my 2020 Long Live Paper subscriptions are free like in previous years, I must choose wisely. Last year I took a hiatus from paper subscriptions so that I could focus on reading more books and writing my own, but I found myself still missing the casual read and there were 3 papers that kept catching my eye.

In this post, I share the 3 periodicals to which I am strongly considering subscribing, their prices, and what I like about them.

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*the purpose of each magazine was derived from each magazine's/journal's Wiki page. With the exception of TeaTime, its purpose was derived directly from its website.

 

KINFOLK MAGAZINE

 
Long Live Paper | 2017 - Sunset Magazine

THE PURPOSE | Kinfolk was created by Nathan Williams, his wife Katie Searle-Williams and their friends Doug and Paige Bischoff in July 2011. Primarily a lifestyle magazine aimed at young professionals, it focuses on home, work, play, food and community through photo essays, recipes, interviews, profiles, personal stories and practical tips. Released quarterly, each issue is themed around a topic that is related to the season it is being published in.

THE PRICE | 75 USD/year for 4 print issues, 12 months access to archive, complimentary Kinfolk notecards, and discounts on other products | see the subscription details>>

WHY TEA END BLOG? | I have been obsessing over this magazine for years and every now and then I purchase a single issue that gets my attention. Let me just say this: I am never disappointed. Kinfolk is a quarterly publication that is also aesthetically pleasing in a simple way. It shows that the creatives behind Kinfolk take their time to curate the articles as they are very practical and encouraging.

I have found motivation, great recipes, work advise, and inspiration on the pages of Kinfolk. Every time I pick up this magazine, the simple design and velvety paper slows down time and prepares my mind for reflective content. This periodical certainly meets my standards for great leisure reading and it has all 5 characteristics of a magazine that I would love.

 

THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS

 
Long Live Paper | 2017 - The Wall Street Journal

THE PURPOSE | The Dallas Morning News is a daily newspaper serving the Dallas–Fort Worth area of Texas, with an average of 271,900 daily subscribers. It was founded on October 1, 1885, by Alfred Horatio Belo as a satellite publication of the Galveston Daily News, of Galveston, Texas. Today it has one of the 20 largest paid circulations in the United States. Throughout the 1990s and as recently as 2010, the paper has won nine Pulitzer Prizes for reporting and photography, George Polk Awards for education reporting and regional reporting, and an Overseas Press Club award for photography. The company has its headquarters in downtown Dallas.

THE PRICE | 156.77 USD/year which is 2.99 USD a week for delivery of the Sunday newspaper and access to digital | see the subscription details>>