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Issue 94 January 2016

A brand new year, and one that we’re really looking forward to. The Festival of Debate (Mar-May, Oct-Nov) is really taking shape now, and we will reach our 100th issue of Now Then later this year. We’re weighing up a few options, but let us know if you’ve got ideas about how we should celebrate that milestone.

As always, please do get in touch with ideas for articles, artwork and topics to feature, and don’t hold back on letting us know what you think of the magazine and what’s inside. It’s the only way we can learn and grow as a publication. We’ll be back in print next month. See you then.

This month's articles

Localcheck Get Active

2016 starts with a multi-headed dragon of catastrophes facing us - climate chaos, economic slump, war and terrorism. You name it. Ordinary p…

Poorly Developed: The 21st Century!

The 21st Century! Futuristic fantasy of our ancestors! Non-stop, around-the-clock entertainment, rapid development and material wealth aboun…

Russell Senior: Freaking Out The Squares

Released almost two decades after he left Pulp and over four years since the reunion back in 2011, Freak Out The Squares: Life In A Band Cal…

New Year’s Food Resolutions

SERVED ON TOAST WITH SMOKED CURD CHEESE, CAPERS & WHITE ANCHOVIES RECIPE BY RUTLAND ARMS CHEF, RICO To give lamb breast it's moment of…

An Introduction to Spoken Word

The only US poet I’ve included on this list, Saul Williams was the first high-profile star of the new wave of spoken word artists that emer…

 The only US poet I’ve included on this list, Saul Williams was the first high-profile star of the new wave of spoken word artists that emer