“Manifest” is looking for student writers worldwide!

29, May 2009

Manifest is ready to take go to the next stage of development.

The first phase, which you will find in the archives section was to demonstrate that it was possible to publish, for free, a quality magazine.

The second phase seeks to take advantage of several developments, the tumult in the newspaper industry and the increasing interest for print-on-demand and publishing through hand-held devices such as the iPad and Kindle.

Manifest is looking for students worldwide, who are interested in writing and being published.

  • A student is anyone with a .edu email account

For more information or to submit your article contact me, Wahyd Vannoni, by leaving a message in the comments section with your name and how you see yourself participating.

twitter: @mediacodex


“Manifest” at the UN

18, December 2008

From one of our readers…Manifest UN 1

Where do you read “Manifest”? Send us your pictures.


Emmanuel Smague on Manifest N5

30, September 2008


Originally uploaded by Emmanuel Smague

Photographer Emmanuel Smague, author of this wonderful picture in Mongolia, will be featured in tomorrow’s issue of Manifest.

You can see more of Emmanuel’s pictures at:

http://www.smague.fr


Free subscription – reminder

3, September 2008

You may download, for free, Manifest from this website or subscribe by clicking here.

Manifest is published on the 1st and 15th of every month.

Wahyd


around the world

13, August 2008

In Oak Bluffs, on the island of Martha’s Vineyard.