Hot Potato is a newspaper covering current affairs, arts & politics
“Although it’s a privilege to be part of a creative or artistic community, it can be an incredibly inward-looking place,” says Naoise Farrell, the founder and editor of a new newspaper hitting the stands: Hot Potato. Naoise’s publication is a merge of magazine formats. It’s a newspaper at first glance – with its giant, pink dusted pages that may lead readers into thinking they’re picking up a copy of the Financial Times – but, once opened, it’s photographically led stories that will be found. Creating a newspaper modelled on the idea of a fashion magazine is Naoise’s attempt “to engage young people in global affairs and to create conversations in print”. And, in turn, the publication initiates conversation “between two types of people who wouldn’t necessarily choose to work together”.
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