Single Magazine Issues

  • Muse Magazine Issue 5 October 2017 - The Truth issue feat. Marta Dusseldorp
    While some argue that the fragmentation of media has democratised news, permitting a novel diversity of voices, the proliferation of blogs through which anyone can proclaim expertise (remember Belle Gibson?), and clickbait (headlines designed to seduce you and your mouse into propping up the new adv..
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  • Muse Magazine Issue #4 September 2017 Charlize Theron
    In the September Edition of Muse - the creativity issue - we talk to Australian Ballet dancer Alice Topp, who says her accidental encounter with choreography helped her to find a voice she didn’t know she had while helping her to make sense of the world. It also piques the creative paths of fashion ..
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  • Muse Magazine Issue #3 August 2017
    This issue of muse explains how success is not a commodity, subject to a ferocious game of musical chairs, as the so-called ‘career ladder’ suggests. Nor will it run out while you’re doing something for the love of it. What it will do is dare you to define it, which may well reveal to you that you’v..
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  • Muse Magazine Issue #2 July 2017
    The happiness issue of muse magazine is neither about promising rewards unrelated to the thing possessed (longer lashes, self-esteem) nor perpetual positivity (don’t suppose something can exist without its opposite). Rather it’s about finding ways to accept those poles and recognising their role in ..
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  • Muse Magazine Issue #1 June 2017  Cate Blanchett
    Welcome to the launch issue of Muse magazine. The idea behind Muse is for it to serve as mirror, metaphor and mentor, reflecting your experience, concerns and aspirations without inciting comparison with unrealistic ideals (pardon the tautology, but I have this thing with consonant rhythm). It would..
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