After last week’s sneak preview, here comes the main event. Tsuki magazine is out now to download, priced at 2.99 USD (around 1.80 of your GBP and 23o JPY or so).
So what is Tsuki and why would you want to splash your hard-earned cash on it? Editor Caroline Josephine sets out in her opening letter that it is about:
Creation, evolution, forward motion, movement; it all leads to the future.
Showcasing creators from and based in Japan, with photography from Joanne Yu and Yuuki Honda, darkly comic fiction from Made in DNA and a chilling story by Amanda Taylor, alongside an interview with Baye McNeil – Loco in Yokohama – about his latest book Hi! My Name Is Loco and I Am A Racist.
There is also space for the ‘Self-Publisher’s Declaration of Independence’ by Our Man in Abiko, expanding on his assertion in a recent interview that ‘ebooks are democracy in action’ with a rallying cry for the ebook revolution.
And I have also contributed ‘The Place of Lost Things’, which recalls my last trip to Tohoku, volunteering with It’s Not Just Mud and International Disaster Relief Organization Japan.
More than enough to keep you entertained and well worth the cover price. Get yours today!