Magazine covers of the year: September

by Steve Watson in December 2014
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That was intense. Passions were stirred, readers were mobilised and after our biggest day of voting so far I can announce that Makeshift magazine emerged as the winner, despite Oh Comely picking up enough votes to have won on almost any other day. And Odiseo scored well too, including this winning tweet from Mariagloria Posani:

I’m assuming that Italian librarians are way cooler than their British counterparts Mariagloria, so you should definitely go ahead and ask them to order you a piece of niche erotica. Let me know where to send your magazines and I’ll set up your subscription to Stack (sadly I can’t promise any racy reading).

And with that we power on into September and the latter stages of our Covers of the Year contest. As ever we’re pulled together the three magazine covers that attracted the most likes on Instagram that month, and we’re asking you to vote for your favourite by tweeting it with the hashtag #cover2014. It was pointed out yesterday that the 6pm cutoff doesn’t give people in the US and beyond much time to vote, so it’s been extended to midnight GMT. But don’t leave it until then. Vote now!

Issue one of Butt~er – a beautifully poised new magazine of food and kitchenware

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@cerealmag editor Rosa Park turns Saharan cover star for volume seven

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"A pamphlet of typographic smut" – see the full two-minute video review of Gratuitous Type, fresh on the Stack blog today

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Have you found your favourite? Tweet your vote to @stackmagazines with the hashtag #cover2014.

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