Monthly Archives: October 2011

Further Evidence: “Why Esquire Magazine Gets It”

The February Brooklyn Decker issue of Esquire Magazine that hit the newsstands this past year was not the smashing success that many, myself included,  thought it would be.  Still  the publisher rightly deserved props and kudos for being brave enough to test … Continue reading

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Caption This: So Jesus and Irina Go To The Beach….

One of the many things I like about the book-a-zine trend is the opportunity they create for unique and interesting displays on the mainline. Usually I’m thinking more about Feature Pockets, Counter Top Displays, Pre-Packs and Half Pallets. But sometimes, … Continue reading

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Two More Contenders for Best Cover of The Year

Earlier this year I posted on what I thought were the best newsstand covers of 2011 “so far”. Here’s a not so dirty little secret: While us circ. folk do have a check list of what it takes to create a … Continue reading

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