Issue 31: April - June 2018
This issue gives in depth analysis and reflection on the events from April to June of 2018. Notably, Ireland's action to overturn its abortion law and Arkady Babchenko's staged murder. In other news and stories, there's the life of a sea nomad, how to to pick a racehorse, the aftermath of Windrush, and more.
News and media is an onslaught of information and reactionary headlines. Delayed Gratification's mandate is to return to slow journalism; taking time to do things right, with accuracy, and valuing expert opinion. They wait three months and then synthesize what was really important in the news. News pieces are presented with thorough analysis retrospecitively, eliminating the in-the-moment reactions, and focus on quality journalism. Additionally, readers are exposed to unique stories that get lost in the onslaught, and features infographics and photojournalism unparalleled.
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