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Why are independent magazines still booming?

The modern indie mag has gone from strength to strength, yet we’re alway being asked how print magazines have managed to survive in this digital age. They’ve more than survived, they’ve prospered because print and digital go hand in hand. It’s a fantastic partnership. You can’t browse our magazines without the internet. We can’t tempt or bait you without social media. But what successful print magazines truly understand is that we all crave tactility, or simple touch, and of course smell. Fresh ink on paper is glorious – visit our Bath store for proof! Plus, magazines are episodic, agile things that can respond to what’s happening, roll with it and report with verified information. But really, you’ll just want to luxuriate in their analog beauty.

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MONK

MONK

MONK is a new magazine exploring the relationship or link between spirituality and creativity. It’s path trodden before, but perhaps not in with this approach. I asked the Founding Editor, Sophie Lévy Burton, where she’s going with MONK.

Positive Futures

Positive Futures

Positive Futures is a magazine that examines people and communities around the world living off-radar or on the margins of society, for various reasons. It would seem perfect subject matter for these times so we asked its creator, Ed Gold, for more details.
The Modern House

The Modern House

People often ask ‘What's the most popular type of magazine in your store?’ I think they’re expecting me to say fashion, travel, or maybe art. Well, it most definitely is not art. I’ve looked at the figures, with a good hunch that it might be travel, and it turns out to be interior design.

Find us in Bath

Magalleria

22a Broad Street, Bath, Somerset, BA1 5LN, UK

Monday to Saturday: 10am to 5.30pm Sunday: Closed

We’d love to see you in our store in the beautiful Georgian city of Bath. Magalleria is located in the central city, to the north of the main commercial area where we’re in the company of the majority of Bath’s excellent independent stores. You’ll find us near the top of Broad Street, near the intersection of George Street, Lansdown Road and The Paragon. Look for the sign with the large ‘M’.

What people say about our store:

'A little gem’ Independent 

‘Beautifully styled, an array of gorgeous high end and niche magazines’ Daily Telegraph

'Magalleria is further testament to the enduring allure of print. This magazine nirvana has an extraordinary selection of international and leftfield editions, current and back issues, grouped in subjects from fashion and beauty to maps and guides' Condé Nast Traveller

'The first store for independent magazines' Grazia (Fr)

'An informed vision of the print industry' Lampoon Magazine

‘Ultra cool’ Bath Life

'Absolutely wonderful... stockists extraordinaire' Lodestars Anthology

'Magalleria can show you the way to great reading material and the antithesis of clickbait... this store is like a sweet shop for anyone who’s partial to a magazine hoard, or even just an artfully arranged selection of coffee table reads, covering topics like art, fashion, gardening, travel and wellbeing, and selling back issues as well as the latest editions' The Maverick Guide

'A brilliant little emporium selling fine, independent and specialist magazines... This exceptionally cool shop is a treasure trove of the obscure, beautiful and hard-to-get-hold-of' Travel Life

'They stock over 1,500 magazine titles across the globe in the physical store and about 750 titles on the online store. As well as current issues, they also sell an impressive collection of back issues.' Tori West, BRICKS Magazine

'Can a store of magazines make your heart soar?... This store is incredible' If Lost Start Here

‘A fantastic magazine shop’ Alyson Walsh, That’s Not My Age

'Probably the best magazine shop I’ve been in and easily the most well stocked. I’ve never seen so many magazines and I’m sure if you were looking for something obscure, odds are they would have it' Polly Florence

‘A store owned by someone who really knows what they’re talking about... With endless favourite titles and plenty of refreshing new ones, it’s easy to pick up a debut discovery here and I can guarantee you’ll get lost in the stacks and emerge with some treasure.’ What Olivia Did

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