How often do you follow a news story that often falls out of reporting, and months later you remember it or you’re reminded about it and you think, ‘What happened in the end?’ This is where Delayed Gratification Magazine comes in.
This distinctive quarterly is a formulated antidote to our modern, throwaway media, proclaiming itself to be proud to be the last to breaking news, 'after the dust has settled'. Each issue carries long-form articles, cartoons and infographics on the leading stories of the past three months, with the cover of each issue designed by a different artist.
Delayed Gratification Magazine first appeared in 2011 and is published by the Slow Journalism Company managed by former Time Out magazine writers Marcus Webb and Rob Orchard who see the magazine as central to the Slow Travel and Slow Food movements. These ideas emerged toward the end of the first decade of this century when it became apparent to a more committed breed of journalists and news reporters that instant news is unlikely to be verified news and believed that it was time to produce something of quality. ‘Unlike most media organisations,’ the DG publishers say, ‘we don’t spend our days trying to beat Twitter to the chase. Instead, we allow journalists and editors the time to do what they do best: canvass expert opinion, sift evidence, gain perspective and deliver the final analysis on stories.
Gratifyingly, it’s so popular that we seem unable to ever keep enough copies in stock, so if it grabs your fancy don't hang about!
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