AGENDA Magazine Goes Print! Available at Amazon.com
AGENDA has put out its first print issue. It is a 232-page glossy, full color with breathtaking photography, features, reviews, articles, and interviews. The premier issue is called AGENDA SPECIAL EDITION ISSUE I, subtitled “Fall Is Fascinating” for the autumn 2014 season. These special editions will be published every quarter and promise to deliver enduring content, making AGENDA an “archivable” time capsule.
After Agenda became comfortable in her skin, she started to diversify with more fashion, human-interest stories, unique commentary, and valuable insights on a hotbed of topics. The readers of Agenda have watched their beloved magazine grow up. And Kaylene Peoples, that once teenager with a dream, has steered her magazine’s ship through the exotic yet sometimes murky waters of the Internet.
After blazing a trail and pioneering new frontiers, Agenda has put out its first print issue. It is a 232-page glossy, full color with breathtaking photography, features, reviews, articles, and interviews. The premier issue is called Agenda Special Edition Issue I, subtitled “Fall Is Fascinating”
" . . . one of the most creatively ingenious visual reads you will ever experience. It is a kaleidoscope of visually stunning images and informative mind bending intellectual subjects. When you purchase Agenda [much like a good novel], you will definitely find it hard to put down, immerse yourself into Agenda’s pages until you experience it from cover to cover.” –Agenda Contributing Photographer Devino Tricoche
One example of a stunning visual is the cover, which was taken from The Statement’s “Silver & Glass,” photographed by Jeff Linett. Featured are models Keira Smith and Khristian Grieff, with makeup by Eric Torppe. Erik painted the models silver then added accents of broken glass. Jeff used a vintage Mole-Richardson Light to give the silver the proper shine, and created backlight bounces off Erik’s extra broken glass. “Silver & Glass” is part of a 14-page editorial spread, starting on page 52 of this issue.
Some of the highlights include an article about Maya Angelou; the architecture of John Parkinson; going blonde and the pushup bra; interviews with jazz singer Barbara Morrison; the folk duo Bettman & Halpin; and a review of CAB, the Grammy-nominated fusion band. Choreographer Emma Slater of Dancing with the Stars is featured in a fashion editorial—one of several stunning spreads in the magazine, including the former Miss Nevada modeling the designs of Sue Wong, and a fashion spread and article with Zombie Boy by guest writer/editor Ty-Ron Mayes. Fitness Couture by Anthony Heredia sets straight the misconceptions of cellulite. He offers tangible solutions to a common problem in both women and men.
Our beauty section covers products that have been tried and tested first.
“I don’t review any products that I have not personally tested for at least 30 days—that’
Additionally, on the pages of Agenda, you will find runway reviews, fashion interviews and articles, accessory reviews, and best seller book reviews. Enjoy the first special edition in print of Agenda magazine, filled with timeless content by talented writers and photographers:
Agenda Special Edition Issue #1 is available at Amazon.com. For discounts, go to www.agendamag.com, or visit Createspace.com. Being one of the few fashion magazines on Amazon.com’s “publish on demand” platform worldwide, we are proud to represent the United States for fashion, lifestyle, and more. In future issues, Agenda will also be putting out the magazine digitally via iBook and Kindle. But don’t forget to continue to read the website; you will always find something exciting there. After almost a year hiatus, we are back online, and we are so sorry we were gone for so long. For the holiday season, we showcase an extensive gift guide that we hope will guide you to your dream purchase just in time for Christmas, Ramadan, Hanukkah, etc. January 2015, look for our fitness-focused issue in print, followed by Agenda Special Edition Issue 2, the second quarterly issue.
“As your founder, publisher, and editor in chief, I hope you will continue to read, give us your feedback, subscribe, and show your loyalty as Agenda magazine frolics in the print meadows.” —Kaylene Peoples
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