We curate the stories of a media-immersed culture.
Both universal and unique, the works we feature are the products of individuals who are deeply involved in media and culture. The voices are many; the experiences diverse; the humanity ample. We ascribe to that spot-on catchphrase from Terence, playwright of Ancient Rome: Homo sum, humani nihil a me alienum puto. (The translation we like best is: I am human, and nothing human is alien to me.) Here you’ll find a heady mix of all that which is not alien.
Behind, next to, and in front of the scenes
Emma Alvarez Gibson // Publisher
Emma is a cheerfully obsessive writer, editor and creative gun-for-hire. She’s had a hand in all types of media, at every step in the process. Jack Move is her fifth from-scratch magazine. (Clearly, this has become A Thing.) She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and son. Follow her on Twitter (@ealvarezgibson) and find out more at www.emmaalvarezgibson.com.
Katie Mehas is a writer, editor, and left-brain artist (rarely spotted in the wild). She’s worked in magazine publishing and radio, had an R-rating slapped on her senior thesis art show, and was once laid off from her job via Facebook while on her honeymoon in Croatia. She and her husband live in Florida with their hermaphroditic chihuahua and three cats. Follow Katie on Twitter (@KTMehas) and find out more here.