(graphic by the author for Hyperallergic)

I am so pleased to present Hyperallergic’s inaugural Sunday edition!

This idea has been gestating for a while, but it wasn’t until earlier this year that we finally decided to put the plan into action, and today we are excited to publish our very first-ever Sunday edition.

This new section is designed to allow us to dive into both timely and timeless topics in a multifaceted way. For this first edition, we’ve chosen the theme “Viral.” With the help of editor Seph Rodney and our editorial team, I’ve gathered together this collection of essays that explores what “viral” means in our culture, from the epidemiological to the more contemporary notion of mass popularity.

We hope you enjoy this latest addition to Hyperallergic.

This week’s edition “Viral” includes:

For now, we’ll be publishing the Sunday edition monthly, with hopes to increase the frequency after we weather this pandemic and can devote more resources to this new edition.

If you want to help, please consider supporting us by becoming a Hyperallergic Member so we can continue bringing you the quality journalism, reviews, and essays you look forward to every day. If you are in the position to support us, please consider becoming a member now. In our appeal letter earlier this month, we wrote about why your support is crucial to the survival of Hyperallergic and the existential threat that the current pandemic has posed on independent media like us. If you haven’t read it yet, please take a look and become a member.

Enjoy this week’s Hyperallergic Sunday and we hope to bring you many more in the months ahead.

Hrag Vartanian is editor-in-chief and co-founder of Hyperallergic.

One reply on “Introducing Our First Sunday Edition, Viral: 🦠From Pandemics to Popularity 🌐”

  1. Thanks for doing this Hrag. It’s encouraging to see this kind of venture take flight during such fraught times. Glad I became a member, and encourage all readers to do the same.

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