Print vs. digital: Flaneur magazine celebrates life offline – Article for DW online
One street at a time, Flaneur digs into human stories at the local level. But don’t expect to find the tales online. Though the print-only magazine flirts with global and local media, it shies from a big online presence.
It’s a fragmented literary perspective,” said Fabian Saul, 27, who edits the magazine with Grashina Gabelmann, 25. “It’s interdisciplinary: we work with writers, musicians, illustrators.”
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