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An award for DG

On Tuesday 29th December we took a break from getting issue 48 of DG ready to press and headed to London for the British Society of Magazine Editors awards, decked out in black tie for the first time since the pandemic struck.

We were delighted to win the award for Independent Editors of the year. It’s a tribute to the increasingly ambitious journalism we’re able to publish thank to the support of our fantastic subscribers.

Delayed Gratification is free of adverts, political agenda and shareholder influence. As proudly independent publishers, we have no hidden interests or string-pulling proprietors, so we’re able to bring our readers award-winning stories from around the world in our beautiful quarterly magazine.

With the awards over and our black ties packed away we got back to finishing issue 48, which marks our 12 year anniversary of publishing. We’re pleased to say we think it’s our best issue yet, featuring extraordinary investigative features from Beirut, Las Vegas and India, gorgeous infographics on Liz Truss, Elizabeth II and the Wagatha Christie trial, and a graphic journalism celebration of the Lionesses’ win at the Euros, along with a stellar line-up of interviews and cartoons.

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