Apparently, the ability to read it is unimportant

Last week Stephany mentioned Zembla, a hot, newish U.K. literary magazine that’s “attracting the design and fashion crowds” (including “advertisers such as Marc Jacobs, Jil Sander, Christian Dior, Paul Smith and Issey Miyake”) but has an unnavigable website. Sean Walsh of London Review Books Diary communicates (with screen shots) the true horror that is Zembla‘s web presence.


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