Things you’ll love about Delayed Gratification magazine
The speed of the modern news agenda can leave you feeling constantly on the back foot.
We go the other way and wait for three months to pass before returning to the news, picking out what really mattered and returning to events with the benefit of hindsight so we can give you the final analysis rather than the first, kneejerk reaction.
We invest in the best long-form, in-depth journalism in the world, accompanied by stunning images and photo features.
The unique stories
Did you hear the one about the Welsh terrorist who tried to blow up the Prince of Wales’s investiture? Or Saddam Hussein’s epic propaganda movie featuring Oliver Reed? Perhaps you’d be interested in a behind-the-scenes view of the English Defence League? Or the story of the electrical engineer from Derby who became a king in Nigeria?
Each issue of Delayed Gratification has lots of beautiful infographics, which we use to draw out patterns from the quarter and give new angles on stories. You can see some of our best ones here.
The look and feel
Delayed Gratification is a beautiful, high quality publication with outstanding design and an original piece of artwork from an inspiring international artist on each cover. It even smells good.
The subscriber benefits
Take out a subscription and you’ll:
- Get the mag before anyone else
- Have issues delivered to your door in a beautifully-designed slip case
- Get priority tickets for all DG and Slow Journalism events
- Save up to 25% off the cost of buying individual issues
Still not convinced?
Why not watch the trailer…
Honed design, relaxed writing and an almanac approach to the passing years”
Jam-packed with information... a counterpoint to the speedy news feeds we've grown accustomed to”
A slower, more reflective type of journalism”
A very cool magazine... It's like if Greenland Sharks made a newspaper”
A fantastic publication that puts current events into perspective”
Refreshing... parries the rush of 24-hour news with 'slow journalism'”
A leisurely (and contrary) look backwards over the previous three months”
Perhaps we could all get used to this Delayed idea...”