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My friends and I created an online magazine.
It's called Misanthrope— a place to feed your obsession with the eccentricities of human behavior, challenge your perceptions of a common code of decency or shared standard of basic etiquette, where people and places and nature intersect and become something different.
We are a magazine that is open to fledgling artists and creators seeking an audience. And it seems ironic, doesn't it? I promise you we don't dislike people. This is a place for readers and writers, doers and dreamers. We would like to have our work represented with the best cartoons, personal essays, photography, stories and poetry that we can sink our teeth into.
This is a magazine made by struggling creators for struggling creators. We hope to meet interesting people, collaborate with different artists, and find guests to join us on our podcast.
We need your help to make it happen!
. . .Misanthrope
- A person who dislikes humankind and avoids human society.
- Synonyms: doubter of mankind, hater, cynic, recluse.
- “He was going to join a group of misanthropes but he disliked all the members.”
Staff: Our team consists of a writer/editor, a photographer, and a producer of films and podcasts.
(Misanthrope started like every other brilliant idea in the history of humankind, the drunken result of post-graduation disenchantment in the face of crippling debt and limited prospective career options.)