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12 days in. 100 backers. Smashing it.

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Twelve days into our Kickstarter for Issue Three of The Quarterly, we’ve just broken past the 3K mark.

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Massive buckets of thanks to our latest backers:

Jacob Woolcock. Christopher Greer. Stephen Lamb. Arseny Vesnin. Amer A Majid. Tom Williams. Denia Kazakou. Amer. Paige Mitchell. Matthew Scott. George Brown. Matthew Wilks. Balkan Vinyl. Eric Athanas. Łukasz Chmielowski. Emma Channon. Stephanie Khiara. Amrit Bajwa. 

You guys are all motherflipping sorcerers.

New Feature

In Issue Two of The Quarterly, we spent a day with tattooed male model, Billy Huxley.

If you haven’t seen us shouting about it via our social media channels yet, we’ve just added his very honest interview to our features page. Check it out here.

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Billy Huxley adding to his growing tattoo collection while interviewed for Issue Two of The Quarterly. Photo by Roo Lewis.

Over the next couple of weeks, we’ll be adding some unpublished shots and extended interviews from Issue Three of The Quarterly so keep your eyes peeled for more sneaky previews.

Google Plus

As anyone who uses social media to promote their wares will know, Facebook has recently been flaunting it’s big hairy corporate dong and practically started forcing people to pay for advertising.

Obviously as an independent journal, we haven’t got a lot of disposable income so while we’ll keep posting new and interesting content on The Quarterly Facebook we’ve also decided to set up a Google Plus page which you can visit here: http://bit.ly/1jo5cXD 

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  18 days to go

It’s still difficult to comprehend we’re not even half way through our 30-day Kickstarter funding period and 222% funded but we’re not going to slack off. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. Our goal with The Quarterly is to prove that you can get an independent publication in front of the eyes of as many people as the big dogs and we’re confident we’ll get there. One step at a time.

Grab a copy of Issue Three Buy Now