Dish Rag is a bi-annual print magazine that uses cultural fermentation as a lens to analyze a new theme each issue through long-form essay and photography. Dish Rag seeks to normalize food as an inherent part of culture as opposed to an isolated genre and does this by telling culture through personal experience. Mirroring the process of fermentation, contributions to our magazine are from the people we come into contact with during the course of that issue’s production which we feel instills each one with its own terroir.
Imagine the magazine as an actual dish rag, saturated with the many different substances of experience. What we are wringing out is that which would otherwise neglected by the subconscious mind, and it is always magically unpredictable.