View Mobile Site


show nav
View Desktop Site


Co-op Magazine

by Jacob Resneck in Culture on 25 April 2006


What are you doing today? If you have a hankering to write about it, get in touch with the editors of Co-op Magazine . For its second issue —in a seven-edition volume devoted to seven specific days—the editors have chosen Tuesday 25 April 2006. They stress they're not looking for journal or diary entries; rather it's a creative exercise in how different writers are able to capture a single day. An Anglo-Irish undertaking, Co-op was birthed in 2002 by a group of Dublin-based artists. Four years later the editors are based in Dublin and London accepting submissions from around the globe. The magazine carries no advertising and is completely reader-supported. Its 1,500 copies are sold direct from its website and in select London bookshops. Check out exclusive images after the jump.

Get Cool Hunting delivered to your inbox every weekday morning