Cartel III - Fall, 2012

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Cartel was founded in the spring of 2012 when a bunch of writers realized that they no longer needed the old model for publishing a magazine, and set out to create their own.

No filler, no middlemen, no subscription cards to tear out.

Nothing between you and the writers.

Nothing but the best, the funniest, the most entertaining content those writers can bring you.


In this issue:

Katie Levisay on the peculiar mindset that parenting provokes.

New Yorker contributor Reeves Wiedeman and his trip to Disney World for the first time…at age 25.

Paul Shirley on the imbecility of the average new dog owner.

Hank Layton and a satirical guide to Songza, the music platform built for the listener with super-specific requirements.

Rosicky Jones on It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia and its representation of the male id, ego, and superego.

Jenny Bahn and the foods that, when eaten alone, trigger nothing but aching loneliness.

Scott Muska on a Halloween condom run that changed his life…at least for a little while.

And Tom Dinard’s survey of the miserable, yet somehow joyous world of YouTube commenting.

Keywords: ebooks;humor;indie writing;writing
File Size: 4812 KBytes

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