Good News for Publishing (and Maybe You): Bigger Isn’t Better


Ryerson Review of Journalism brings hope to small publications by giving three good reasons that bigger may not be better – Geez, Spacing, and Broken Pencil; and why they’re tiny but thriving.

Good news for writers aspiring to start something small and readers who prefer petite – it turns out the bad economy may be on the side of small: “People are much less likely to give up their fascinations or their passions in bad times. And they normally have more time to work on a magazine when they don’t have a job.”

Niche is in, read all about it

Karen lives, writes, and produces radio in New York. More from this author →