Dumbo Feather’s motto is “Behind extraordinary ideas, there are extraordinary people.” Made with love using its signature, matte paper stock and fonts, Dumbo Feather will bring Mum each issue, five extended profiles of local and global heroes who are making a difference, who inspire and excite, across enterprise, education, science, sport, politics, fashion and the art. It’s a magazine for connecting with meaningful ideas and people.
Graziher magazine tells thee stories of inspiring rural and regional women. Authentic country voices with features stories spanning everything from tales of resilience to fashion and country homes. Plus what would a country mag be without CWA-worthy recipes. Give Mum the gift of connecting with the captivating tales of country women and the land that surrounds them.
Literati Book Club
Literati Book Club describes itself as delivering the most dazzling and anticipated books to your door. It offers four kinds of book subscriptions so you can choose which is best for your Mum: fiction, non-iction, classics or ‘The Whole Shabang’! If your Mum loves to read she’ll delight in the surprise pick each month arriving straight to her door and the hassle taken out for her of choosing the next read. Literati hand-picks the best new literary releases hot-off-the-press and many of their past Fiction picks have gone on to become bestsellers and award winners!
One of the best-loved, iconic magazines of all time, Reader’s Digest has been a mainstay of the magazine scene for over 60 years and there’s good reason why! Mum will love its unique mix of thought-provoking and engaging real-life content together with thrilling short fiction, news, lifestyle content and regular features like the Best Medicine, Life’s Like That and All in a Day’s Work to remind her of the funny side of life - very important!
The Monthly is like your brainy bestfriend coming over each month to update you on the most important issues in Australia across society, culture and politics. It offers a first-class mix of Australia’s best writers and journalists covering the big issues of the day. You’ll find The Monthlyl lying around next to Mum’s bed, on the kitchen table, on the sofa, in her handbag, it’s that kind of mag. She’ll work her way through the investigative reporting, essays and commentary at her own pace and be firing with ideas.