It's Freezing in LA! prints environmental slow journalism.
IFLA! is a critically acclaimed independent magazine with a fresh take on climate change. Printed bi-annually, we find the ground between science and activism, inviting writers and illustrators from a variety of fields to give us their view on how climate change will affect — and is affecting — society.
We want to help untangle the environmental tensions and choices that humanity must navigate by platforming as many different perspectives as we can find. IFLA! provides original, engaging and surprising content, widening environmental discussion and platforming essential conversations about difficult topics.
We also hold climate change events in London, the majority of which are free or with accessible ticket options. We also run green workshops and projects. If you are interested in collaborating with us, email email@example.com.
To get involved with IFLA!, contact:
Print timings: May and November
Pitching Guidelines: see here.
Where to find us
We are distributed by Antenne Books.
Press and Awards
AIGA Eye on Design - feature
Dazed - feature
Emergenze - feature
Friends of Friends - review and interview
The Guardian - top sustainability zine of 2019
It's Nice That - feature
Loud & Quiet - events feature
i-D - talks feature
Il Libraio - feature
Monocle - radio
Octopus Energy - Environmental Art Fund recipient 2019
Park - review
Stack Magazines - feature, 3x awards shortlist (2018 Launch of the Year, 2019 Subscribers' Choice and Best Use of Illustration), 7 independent magazines with clever, imaginative illustration
Subsail - feature
Zetteler - feature
Who we are
Editor - Martha Dillon
Deputy Editor - Jackson Howarth
Art/Co-creative Director - Nina Carter
Designer/Co-creative Director - Matthew Lewis
Communications - Grace Richardson Banks
Events - Hiren Parmar
Events support - Gina Castellheim
Editorial team - Sophia Compton, Jack Cribb, Grace Duncan, Steph Glover, Alexander Harris, Christina Ivey, Eden King, Eleanor Leydon, Harry Lloyd, Zainab Mahmood, Arwa Nadeem, Alice Skinner, Kyle Turakhia, Katie Urquhart & Eleanor Warr
Kate Armstrong, Orietta Bartolini, Anna Dupont, John Elmes, Matteo Menapace, Dirk Muench, Hiren Parmar, Barbara Pomfret