Our first print issue, "Building Big Things," is finally here. It's real, and it's devastatingly good looking.
It also has new writing from your favorite Damage authors. Come mull Amber A'Lee Frost's analysis of a Left uniquely focused on demolition (and order your copy of Dirtbag while you're at it). Absorb Sam Kriss's overview of the magnificently ridiculous megastructures being built in the Saudi Arabia. Take in Dustin Guastella's case for why manufacturing is special, and what a real industrial policy should look like. Ponder Anton Jäger's assertion that the utopian impulse has been "deregulated" today.
And for the holidays, you can do all this with a print subscription to Damage for 25% off the normal price for US readers. With this subscription, you'll receive the first print issue pictured here, and then, hot on its heels in the spring, Issue #2 (on which we are currently putting the finishing editorial touches).
Unfortunately, we can only offer this discount for subscriptions mailed to addresses within the United States, as our internationalism and lack of institutional funding runs into the brick wall of exorbitant postage rates.
Support the rag that Vivek Chibber says is "the right magazine for this political moment," and get a print subscription today!