Offscreen is a full-color, quarterly print magazine that connects with people who work online to talk about things related to life offline. It’s a stellar concept with an equally stellar execution.

After coming up $4,000 short in their Kickstarter project last winter, Kai Brach went ahead with the project anyway, and issue number 1 shipped in March.

Now the second issue is available for order, and it has a stellar lineup. To list just a bit of what’s inside: Kai has interviews with Gedeon Maheux, Mark Jardine, Shaun Inman, and Dan Counsell; contributions from Noah Stokes, Kyle Steed, and Chris Glass; and even an essay from yours truly.

Offscreen Magazine: Issue 2