Wednesday, October 26, 2005

The new issue of AG is not only done, it's back from the printer. I have to say I'm happy with the quality of the printing, these Print All guys really knocked it out, and the next day, too! Some of our spreads look better than they did even at our old printer. I like the larger format better than I thought I would, too.

Our cover story is about the status of New Orleans venues, which ones are open, which ones are closing, etc... We've got features on local one man band King Louie and the artwork of New Orleans' go-to gig poster creators Vance Kelly and Allen Jaeger. I'm glad to say that we managed to include our regular array of departments, including movie reviews, comics (Too Much Coffee Man, the K Chronicles, and locals Qomix and Writhe and Shine), comic reviews (by The Fourth Rail's Randy Lander), and album reviews.

20 pages that came together in under a week. And we're the first entertainment magazine from N.O. to see print since the hurricane. Now it's time to drive to Memphis for Voodoo (we'll have a booth with copies of this issue and t-shirts, so if you're at the festival on Sunday stop on by) and start thinking about whatever it is we're going to do for our December issue.

I have the hi-res version of the mag available for download here. It's around 37MB, I think, so be patient with the download, please.

Let me know what you think.
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