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'An erotic Woman's Hour': The Amorist follows boom in indie magazines
Erotic magazine The Amorist has stopped publishing in print seven months after it launched, but will continue as a online-only title. James [Pembroke] was remarkably quick at finding backing and there does seem to be an appetite for it. The Amorist has an editorial team of four, including Pelling, a deputy editor, designer and features editor. Well, well.
It is pitched as an antidote to online porn as well as a space for escapism, with the first issue including sex toy reviews, romantic fiction and an interview with Pamela Anderson. Pelling believes that as the print circulation of newspapers has fallen, and readers can access news for free, more will instead commit their money to a niche publication. Indeed, the Amorist is part of an ongoing boom in independent magazines answering every interest from witchcraft Sabat to coffee Caffeine. While consumer interest in independent magazines is strong, they are rarely a lucrative enterprise for founders. Watson cites Cereal , a Bath-based travel and style magazine founded four years ago by Rosa Park and her partner Rich Stapleton, as an example of this business-mindedness.