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  • 100 pages 
  • 38cm x 29cm 
  • Published in London 

A magazine that embraces the edgelands, Superstore Wilderness is drawn to the places that are neither rural nor urban – the often overlooked spaces that sit on the outskirts of our towns and cities. And the magazine is also kind of neither one thing nor the other – the tabloid size and improved newsprint make it feel like a newspaper, but its personal stories and lovely photography are 100% the stuff of independent magazines.

In this issue:


  • The brutalist beauty of Simon Phipps’s photography
  • Finding yourself in a liminal space
  • Making the case for National Park Cities
  • The environmental and social opportunities of brownfield sites
  • And lots of stories about cycling, running and walking through the edgelands
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