autodidact is a new biannual publication focused on telling personal stories through one common theme. the magazine does so through interviews, illustrations, fiction, photography and poetry. the name derives from an autodidact, a self-taught person.



the first issue of Autodidact – ‘duality’, takes an eclectic mix of contributions and a creative and elegant interpretation of the word. there are a few in-depth and narrative-driven interviews with people like the illustrator, Gwendal le Bec and artist Richie Culver. graphically, the colour scheme and design is attractive in its simplicity and the featured illustrations are highlights of the issue, including the work of Jocelyn Tsaih and an illustration series on what made Camus and Sartre’s intellectual disagreement the ‘philosophical feud of the century’ by Andrew Khosravani. an interesting debut.

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