Call for Essays About Any Aspect of Popular Culture, Present or Past

 
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Monday, Oct 5, 2009
by PopMatters Staff
by Danielle Maestretti
Utne Reader (September 2009)

“Bitch isn’t out of the woods yet. It’s embarking on some serious strategic planning, mission reorienting, and a complete magazine redesign that will debut in the fall issue. But the support readers showed last autumn should give everyone in the publishing industry pause. If your magazine isn’t doing something different, relevant, and necessary, maybe it’s time to close down. If it is, then take a cue from Bitch and put your fate in your readers’ hands.”


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