Get to know Overleaf with my frequently asked questions. 

Is it possible to submit a magazine for a feature?

Yeah! Magazines and zines are always welcome and I will always honestly review the publication. Get in touch for features via email. I’ll aim to get back to you within 2-3 days.

Shops! Read on:

Overleaf’s aim is to highlight independent magazines and zines, however that wouldn’t be possible without you. I’d also like to put the spotlight onto you – the wonderful sellers across the globe. Whether you have a newsstand on a street or a brick and mortar, it would be great to chat with you. Please get in touch here if you’d like a feature.

Is there a commercial reason for Overleaf?

Yeah! I’m looking to grow the blog and podcast into a single point of truth for global magazine releases, reviews and news. Running the blog and podcast requires a lot of personal investment therefore Overleaf requires donations to keep it alive and kicking. You can donate safely and securely here

Who runs Overleaf?

Overleaf is owned and run by me – Stuart Williams. I’m a designer, writer, artist and collector from the Isle of Man. Now residing in Finland, I aim to connect with magazine lovers, collectors and sellers from across the world.

Are you a business?

No, Overleaf is an independent project by no company or business. This is a completely independently run passion project by Stuart Williams, out of love for magazines. All projects are run by my entity Stu-dio.

Advertise with Overleaf

Shops, creators, publishers and writers alike, please get in touch if you’d like to advertise on the site. With hundreds of visitors visiting the site on a weekly basis, Overleaf can help you reach an engaged community full of magazine lovers. Reach out today for prices.

Don’t see your question answered? Please reach out via email or on social media and I’ll make sure to get back to you personally.