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Talia Lavin joins Yes Plz as Editor in Chief

Direct-to-consumer coffee subscription service Yes Plz welcomes Talia Lavin as EiC for their upcoming print zine relaunch.
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Los Angeles-based direct-to-consumer coffee roasting weirdos Yes Plz are pleased to announce that Brooklyn-based author/editor Talia Lavin is joining the team as Editor in Chief of it’s soon-to-relaunch print zine.

Talia Lavin joins Yes Plz

Talia writes about food, politics and the far right in the pages of Yes Plz as well as The New Republic, GQ, the Washington Post, Food&Wine, Bon Appetit and the New Yorker. Her first book, Culture Warlords, an examination of white supremacy online, comes out in October. Like Proust, she thinks about food and memory a lot, but unlike Proust, that’s mostly centered on gefilte fish.

The Yes Plz print zine began its life as an eclectic and unwieldy weekly publication but in pursuit of sanity and a bigger reach is making the move to a monthly. The zine covers food, culture, music, coffee, art, and comics with an emphasis on the thoughtful and the absurd.Writers interested in pitching can check out our pitch guidelines.

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