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Jupiter Magazine’s co-founders started the magazine they wanted to see

Camille Bacon and Daria Harper first bonded over their dissatisfaction with the state of art criticism. As writers, they were expected to turn around pieces quickly and for poor pay. They dreamed about a future where they could experiment and create work grounded in Black feminism. Just over a year later, Bacon and Harper launched the first issue of Jupiter Magazine as co-editors in chief.. For now, it’s a digital publication, but they have dreams of growing it into an institution. In this episode, host Erin Allen talks to Bacon and Harper about Jupiter and their hopes for the magazine's future.

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Camille Bacon and Daria Harper first bonded over their dissatisfaction with the state of art criticism. As writers, they were expected to turn around pieces quickly and for poor pay. They dreamed about a future where they could experiment and create work grounded in Black feminism. 

Just over a year later, Bacon and Harper launched the first issue of Jupiter Magazine as co-editors in chief. For now, it’s a digital publication, but they have dreams of growing it into an institution. 

In this episode, host Erin Allen talks to Bacon and Harper about Jupiter and their hopes for the magazine's future.

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