Hampstead's Favourite (and only) Local Satirical Magazine...
The AUTUMN EDITION will be out:
Thursday 15th of October 2015
The cover of the 2015 autumn edition features Hampsteadites, Jon Moss (drummer of Culture Club) and Robert Powell (actor of numerous roles, not least Jesus of Nasarath) protesting against the ridiculous and un-called for 'parkification' of the Vale of Health pond on Hampstead Heath: a result of a most dubious dam building project involving three [alleged] reservoirs and eight small, ornamental ponds. We've seriously ripped into those responsible ie. the Government (DEFRA), City of London Corporation, The High Courts, Camden Council and Atkins/AECOM in this edition. The truth will out and, as the old saying goes, 'publish and be DAMMED!'
"Required breakfast reading is the latest issue of Hampstead’s revered satirical rag, the Hampstead Village Voice..."
- The New York Times
Have a butcher's at the autumn edition's internal organs...
MINISTRY of TYPOS: Yes, we've noticed: it's prisoners.
WHERE TO BUY FOR ONLY £1
Although still reporting almost exclusively on matters Hampstonian, the HVV is also available in our splendid satellite state of Saff End Green and such exotic foreign lands as Belsize Parkistan, the Soviet Gulag of Whampers, Al-HighQuaida, Primrosia and the Union of Soviet Scamden Republics. - Ed. Splitters!
Better still, to help encourage Hampstead's small shop economy, all outlets keep the entire cover price for themselves as the magazine is funded purely from advertising and mysterious private benefactors with fluffy white cats and underground swimming ponds filled with man-eating piranha fish.
Once local shops have been given a few weeks to make a well needed few quid, some 7,000 magazines will be distributed throughout the Metropolitan Borough of Hampstead, i.e. Hampstead Garden Suburb, West Hampstead, South End Green, Belsize Park and Swiss Cottage via ASA doorstep distribution. Doors with "No Junkmail" and the gnashing of frothing, Rotweiler's teeth behind letterboxes will be avoided.
Slightly Crappy Online Edition
And for all those ex-pat Hampstonians and tablet junkies, we are introducing an online edition to be released after 'proper' publication, so that no one - not even the bosses at Scamden Council, the CEO of Tesco-Stressco or the Prime Minister of Airstrip One - need be deprived of Hampstonia's favourite local, satirical magazine.
WARNING: this online version is purposfully crappy to encourage readers to spend a whole pound on the real thing. Please help to save your local newsagent from death by Tescopoly for a mere quid.
Read Edition 21 ONLINE NOW
Read Edition 21 ONLINE NOW
Toodle-pip and Viva Hampstonia, land of the not so free!
Emmanuel 'Mustafa' Goldstein.
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