Welcome to the April edition of The VICE Magazine Podcast, your definitive monthly guide to enlightening information. While many editions of our magazine are themed, this one is not, but if you stare long enough into the looking glass on this month’s cover maybe you’ll find one.
Here's Our Table Of Contents:
Unlike last month’s episode that focused on the future of tech, our March issue is objectively themeless. However, in the process of creating this podcast… we found a few through lines. In many ways, this episode is about identity. From the frog on our cover, to a rapper dealing with his perception in our media landscape, to the refugee crisis in Greece, this episode deals with people striving to break the molds that have been forced upon them.
Here is our table of contents:
Photo-editor Elizabeth Renstrom explains how the cover of our March issue might make you do a double take.
This episode features:
Behind The Cover: VICE Magazine’s photo-editor Elizabeth Renstrom details the significance of the latest cover, taking readers behind the scenes with insider information about how the cover came to be.
How Does It Work: Infographic wizard Haisam Hussein breaks down the future of medical technology.
Deep Dive: We’ll explore the world of virtual reality porn with investigative journalist and published author Emily Witt
Roundtable: A discussion with the VICE magazine team and guest editors from Waypoint, Motherboard, and The Creators Project
Artifact: Motherboard’s feature editor Brian Anderson shares a story about a memento he picked up while visiting a morgue in Mexico. Can you guess what it is?