The Great Discontent's Great Content Is Now A Magazine
The Great Discontent blog explores creativity and the risks/struggles involved in creative pursuit. It serves as a touchstone when I'm feeling doubt and a great read when I'm not feeling like the line in front of me's moving. They've just launched their print edition with an inaugural double issue — The Great Discontent, Issue One. It's a beautifully bound collection of interviews (past and present) with gorgeous images printed in full color. At 272 pages, it's well worth the $30 price tag, but if you can't swing that, there's a lovely digital version you can download for a mere 10 bucks.
This issue includes interviews with: Aaron Draplin, Alastair Humphreys, Sara Blake, James Victore, Scott & Vik Harrison, Elle Luna, Ike Edeani, Timothy Goodman, Anna Wolf, Lotta Nieminen, Zack Arias, Joshua Davis, Debbie Millman, Matt Porterfield, Ryan Bingham, Tavi Gevinson (print-first feature), and Roman Mars (print-first feature).