Part sci-fi fiction, part futurist newsletter, Visions promises to be required reading for forward-thinkers. Its inaugural issue looks at the meaning of "home" through eight essays, 11 short stories, and 10 computer-generated "micro-fictions". It also contains the first half of Régis Messac's 1935 post-apocalyptic novel Quinzinzinzany, published in English for the first time across Issues One and Two. For type nerds, it's also notable for its use of Marvin Visions throughout, a reinterpretation of Michael Chave's 1969 typeface Marvin, revived and expanded by Mathieu Triay specifically for use in the magazine.
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