Little Atoms, an editorial project of 89up, has launched its first print magazine. Little Atoms is the first podcast to evolve into a magazine. Bridging the gap between a journal, annual and high-end magazine, issue one will occupy a new space in publishing.

“Pamper your brain with books, ideas, the arts, politics and whatever else comes up”  - Esquire

Little Atoms, an editorial project of 89up, has launched its first print magazine. Little Atoms is the first podcast to evolve into a magazine. Bridging the gap between a journal, annual and high-end magazine, issue one will occupy a new space in publishing.

89up is delighted to announce the main stockist for the new magazine will be Waterstones, the UK’s most popular book chain, who will sell the publication across their London stores. Online distribution is via Littleatoms.com and Magpile.com. Other stockists include Magma, Foyles, Shakespeare and Co, Chandal, Magalleria, Magculture, and Kubrick Hong Kong. A full list of stockists is available on the Little Atoms website.

The magazine features new essays including exclusive artwork by Jonathan Meades, Fergal Keane on the refugee crisis, Elle Hardy in Central Asia, Nick Cohen on bad books and Martin Robbins on pseudoscience's love affair with the real thing alongside Eric Schlosser on Armageddon, Suzanne Moore on Kate Bush, Patti Smith and Organon, Christopher Hitchens on Marxism, Sarah Churchwell on Gatsby, and much more.
Designed by award-winning Wild Billy and Crazy Dave, with illustrations by Jean Jullien, Little Atoms issue 1 is a collectors' item for the reader in your life.

Padraig Reidy, Director of Editorial at 89up and Editor of Little Atoms said:

“The Little Atoms website, podcast and now magazine are produced with the same intelligence and creative flair we bring to all our projects. We hope readers find it as interesting and invigorating to read as we found it to produce.”

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To find out more about Little Atoms please contact Padraig Reidy at padraig[at]89up[dot]org