Urbino Now Magazine

Urbino Now 2014

Urbino Now is the final product of IEI Media’s month-long course in international magazine journalism. Together, we create the text, photography, and design for a magazine about Urbino and Le Marche, a beautiful rural region of ancient festivals, traditional crafts, slow food, and slower living. The magazine also serves as an informational and inspirational resource for English-speaking visitors to the area. Using the MagCloud print-on-demand service, you can order copies of Urbino Now 2014. You can also view a digital edition of the magazine right now by clicking on “Click to Read,” below.

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Istanbul is beautiful, stimulating and welcoming. From it, I’m taking sunlight and the seaside, bottomless cups of tea, sunsets, and ferry commutes. But more importantly, I’m taking a newfound sense of patience, presence and drive for journalism. To be reporter in Istanbul is to drop into the middle of the action, and to feel like you were never anywhere else. Journalism is alive here, and people put trust in writers to tell their stories. This is what surprised me the most — the complete openness and welcoming that I experienced with every person I sat down to have a conversation with, even when we couldn’t speak the same language.
by Tessa Love, Mills College, Istanbul Project 2014