Telling it like it is - Teller Magazine



By Mark Tan 28 March 2014

Yet another magazine birthed from Kickstarter. You’d be surprise at the kind of content these new publications have. 

In summary, “Chiara Dazi goes wandering with woodworking travellers, Tatyana Palyga spends a day at the office and Chloe Dewe Mathews ends up in call centre central by mistake. David Gray and Paul Summers investigate labour and its remnants in England’s idea of north and Steven Connor buys anew USB stick.


We join Stuart Braun to hang out with the Parkies and hear the stories of Melbourne’s Aboriginal community, and Iphgenia Baal as she waits around for the council. Oliver Harris tells the story of a young soldier whiling away time in rural France on the way to war and Seba Kurtis pieces together fragments of Argentina’s bloody history.

Chris Floyd lets us in on golden days with the love of his former life, Nikesh Shukla introduces his gilt-armed best friend and Alexander Massouras tells the moderately cautionary tale of a craftsman with the Midas touch.”

Teller, a magazine of stories indeed. Almost a collectable.




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