This month the debut issue of Pallet magazine runs a version of my Zamrock piece, a profile of Emmanuel Jagari Chanda that doubles as a postcolonial history of Zambia. It’s also chocked with cool historical photos. It’s a gorgeous magazine, and full of fascinating stories–an essay on when Johnny Cash met Merle Haggard, a mini-profile of Pliny the Elder, short fiction inspired by Henry Rollins’ tattoos. You get the picture. By design, the magazine doesn’t have a huge web presence (it’s old-school that way), so look for it in the neighborhood bookstore.