Smith Journal #27


Smith Journal is a quarterly magazine full of writers, inventors, thinkers, adventurers, funny people and random stories. The magazine takes unexpected, interesting, funny and sometimes complicated stories and tells them the way you would to a bunch of friends at the pub.

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No bones about it, Smith Journal volume 27 is a mammoth issue. Inside you’ll meet a Japanese scientist obsessed with jellyfish and immortality; an Australian couple reviving a nearly lost film format; Mexico’s self-taught (and only) forensic cleaner; and the Quentin Tarantino of Uganda’s slums. You’ll also learn about Andrew W.K.’s favourite things; meet the woman paid to read unreadable documents; take a mouth-watering trip to discover the history of barbecue; and praise six dogs good enough to get their own statues. Oh, and you’ll spend time with a group of woolly mammoth ‘hunters’ who risk life and limb unearthing ancient beasts in northern Siberia. Dig it?



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