Required Reading: The Great Discontent
By Sarah Owen

The Great Discontent is a new triannual magazine that features inspiring conversations with today’s artists, makers & risk-takers. WGSN Youth Editor Sarah Owen reports

Jan 12, 2016
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Stumbling across new magazines that keep you glued to every page start to finish is pretty rare these days, but a local discovery at The Spoonbill & Sugartown bookstore

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led me to The Great Discontent
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The triannual print publication (because everything comes in threes right?), is a tightly curated bundle of inspiring conversations among a myriad of creatives. For issue three, these included musician Iron & Wine, Alison Sudol, Clayton Cubitt, and Tei Shi. So you don’t have to flick through the entire magazine (although it’s strongly recommended!), here are our favourite quotes from ‘The Possibility Issue’:

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Musician, Tei Shi.

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Actress, Alison Sudol

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Angie Myung of Poketo in LA

Check out The Great Discontent on Instagram for a dose of inspiring soundbites here

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