Whether you're a fan of Tavi Gevinson's magazine, Rookie, or not, there's no disputing that it's doing well. Last month, the 15-year old told the Observer that the online magazine will have a print edition this fall and in her July editor's letter, she revealed a little more about what we can expect:
It is not, however, a lame website-to-paper copy-and-paste situation. Considering it is mostly content you can read for free online, we knew we had to really take advantage of the print situation and make sure it's SUPER GOOD-LOOKING AND SPECIAL [...] I have a very soft spot in my heart for print magazines, and I believe in the power of writing and art that you can hold in your hands, and I promise that looking at all this stuff in print is a different experience from reading it online.
According to The Cut, the print version will be published by Drawn & Quarterly and can be bought for $29.95. What hasn't been confirmed yet is the release date.
Will you pick one up?