Behind the Scenes: The Making of GOOD 027
It's crunch time at GOOD HQ. We're just a few days away from closing GOOD 027, our migration issue. Executive editor Ann Friedman and editorial design director Dylan Lathrop have locked themselves in our editing cave to piece the pages together, while other editors are scurrying to finish their stories and help out as needed. Click through the slideshow for a peek into the madness.
The Road Home: Handmade America An original documentary series from GOOD and Carhartt. "The Road Home," from GOOD in partnership with Carhartt, is a series of short documentary videos providing a peek into the lives of American craftsmen and women.
NYC Subway Dancers and Musicians Held a Block Party to Protest Police Hires A councilmember is trying to add 1,000 new cops to NYC streets, and these activists are not having it.
Anti-Tobacco Efforts Skyrocket After Thailand Introduces Ink Made From Diseased Smokers’ Lungs For Thailand’s new anti-smoking campaign, the medium is literally the message
We Asked You to Spread a Little Joy Last Week. Here Are 5 of Your Most Smile-Worthy Moments. A look back at some of the happiest moments you shared with us last week. #100StartsWith1
Swedish Countryside Transformed Into Robot-Run Dystopia Swedish illustrator Simon Stålenhag brings to life an imaginary countryside populated by robots, tech dinosaurs, and all forms of mechanical invader.
For Jon Stewart, Life After The Daily Show Will Mean Running An Animal Rescue Sanctuary Jon Stewart to swap late night comedy for farm animal advocacy.
A glance at the magazine page plan
Ann and Dylan working behind giant monitors
A summary of the mood
Dylan creating the contributors' page, which charts the migration path of every writer, illustrator, and photographer in the issue
An editing session ice cream boost
@lilianstrauss a GOOD life starts once you stop wishing (migrating in your mind) for a better one @MITM_NewJersey: "The good man is the man who, no matter how morally unworthy he has been, is moving to become better." - John Dewey
Roof break. Hello, Los Angeles. Now back to the grind.