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.
New Emojis Give Kids a Unique Language to Speak Out Against Abuse Featuring images of abuse, alcohol use, and self-harm, Abused Emoji offers children a means to express their complex realities.
Roving Gang of Grannies Tag Blighted Buildings With Amazing Graffiti After learning the finer points of spray paint art, these grandmothers took to the streets to show off their newfound skills.
A Video Game Paves the Way for Female Drivers in Saudi Arabia Released by Prince Fahad bin Faisal Al Saud, Saudi Girls Revolution features women fighting evil, bad guys, and traffic.
What’s Sleek, Simple, and Could Help End Our Smartphone Addiction? The Light Phone is the size of a credit card, can go weeks on a single charge, and does just one thing: make phone calls.
Paralyzed Man Drinks Beer with Help of Mind-Reading Robot Thanks to science, a paralyzed man was recently able to lift a beer—with his brain.
Ireland Chooses Love in Historic Referendum on Gay Marriage By a margin of nearly 2-to-1, Ireland becomes the first country on Earth to approve same-sex marriage by popular vote.
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.