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Librarians’ Choice 2002—Magazines

There’s always something new in the world of magazine publishing, whether the publications are brand new or tried and true. The Library has close to five thousand current subscriptions to magazine titles, and these are a few staff favorites this year.

Titles New to the Library’s Collections

Bloomberg Personal Finance

Bark (published quarterly)
This magazine for dog lovers contains funny and thought-provoking essays, book reviews, product reviews, and poetry.

Scandinavian Living (published quarterly)
Written in English, this beautiful, glossy magazine focuses on Scandinavia.

Bloomberg Personal Finance (published ten times a year)
This publication is full of investment advice and money management strategies.

The Week (published weekly)
The top news stories of the week, both national and international, are offered by this magazine.

Old Favorites

Country Living (published monthly)
A well organized, easy to browse, magazine, Country Living is full of country decorating tips, recipes, and projects to do at home.

Esquire (published monthly)
A magazine for men with an eye for fashion, Esquire features celebrity interviews and articles on timely issues.

More: Smart Talk for Smart Women (published ten times a year)
This periodical targets the more mature woman, with an emphasis on fashion, celebrities, work issues, and home life.

Real Simple: life/home/body/soul (published ten times a year)
Emphasis is on reducing stress and taking care of your body as well as your soul in this magazine designed with women’s interests in mind.

Source: The Magazine of Hip-Hop Music, Culture & Politics (published monthly)
This magazine for hip-hop music fans covers the artists as well as the culture they represent.

Tricycle: The Buddhist Review (published quarterly)
This quarterly publication for Buddhists or those interested in Buddhism is filled with articles on meditation, yoga, and Buddhist philosophy.