1843magazine.com is the website of 1843, the culture, lifestyle and ideas magazine from The Economist. It offers content from the print edition, as well as The Daily, which regularly publishes blog posts – quickfire observations, reviews and opinions. Access is entirely free.
Q. What is 1843?
The Economist’s bi-monthly magazine of ideas, culture and lifestyle. Aimed at the globally curious, every issue includes in-depth features, as well as culture, design, technology, travel, style, food and drink, and body and mind.
Q. Is it available on the newsstand and at newsagents?
Yes. 1843 is on sale at select newsagents around the world.
Q. Can I get a subscription?
Yes. You can subscribe here.
Q. Is there an 1843 app?
Yes. Apple iOS users can download here.
Android users can download here.
Q. How often is 1843 published?
Six times a year. The first issue is the April/May 2016 issue on sale in mid-March.
Q. What does it cost?
A single copy is £6.95 or $10.00 (USD). Subscriptions start at just £24 a year. For a complete list of subscription prices in your region, click here.
HOW TO PURCHASE 1843
By e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
By telephone: +44 845 120 0983
By post: 1843 Subscription Centre
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Q. How can I order a current single issue?
Single copies can be ordered online here in the UK or by calling +44(0) 845 120 0983. The charge for an individual copy is £6.95 or $10.00 (USD).
ABOUT YOUR 1843 SUBSCRIPTION
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EDITORIAL AND COMMERCIAL CONTACTS AT 1843
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interning at 1843
Our interns work closely with the print and digital editorial teams to provide administrative, editorial and research support. Applicants should submit a CV, cover letter and an original unpublished article to arrive by midnight, March 28th to firstname.lastname@example.org. Articles may be either a short feature of up to 600 words, suitable for publication in the culture, food and drink, design, tech, style, dispatches or travel sections of 1843, or an original infographic with 200 words of analysis suitable for our “What the numbers say” slot.
The intern will work at our London offices for two to three months, starting May 28th. All applicants must have the existing right to work in the UK. A stipend of £250/week will be paid.