Research and paper for "Feminist Findings" by L.i.P. Collective [Liberation in Print]
L.i.P. Collective researches missing histories of feminist publishing. It is organised and edited by Swiss-based design studio Common Interest and their publishing house Futuress, in collaboration with Le Signe, the national for graphic design in Chaumont, France. My contribution “Is it sexy or satire? How a British publishing empire capitalised on the women’s movement in the late 60s” looked into Nova Magazine, published from 1965 to 1975 in the UK.