Lindsay Issue No. 1 will feature an interview with Elena Ferrante’s translator andThe New Yorker’s former head of copy Ann Goldstein, Australian fashion icon Jenny Kee and French-Cuban music duo Ibeyi.
Yassmin Abdel-Magied has written about Ramadan, four writers from four different cities tell us what they had for breakfast and Yumna Al-Arashi has reflected on her personal experiences as a Yemeni-American Muslim
in the Trump era. We’ve investigated the influence of Aboriginal ball game Marngrook on Australian rules football, the tech scene in Nairobi and the storytelling of the Kiribati dance. We’ve also created a succinct two- part guide to understanding the U.S. political system.
Marsha Golemac and Beth Wilkinson have documented ceramics from different parts of the world in a series of still life images, Olga de la Iglesia has photographed the fashions of Myanmar and Pia Riverola has captured the home of Elia and Rodolfo Stavenhagen (a museum curator and human rights anthropologist) just outside of Mexico City. Oslo Davis has drawn a comic typifying Melbourne and Andy Murray brings Florence’s footpaths to life in watercolour.
Our food feature explores the art and history of pickling across the world with five recipes, astrologist Mina Zheng gives us some insight into the year ahead with her Chinese zodiacs, and we finish the magazine off with reviews of four films capturing New Zealand, four books capturing Brazil, and four albums capturing Mali.