Six-year-old magazine Pacific Standard
is tracking its best-ever month of online traffic, 1.25 million unique views, with readers drawn to two different stories, one on online harassment of women
, the other a human-interest/trend feature about artisanal toast.
Sara Laskow profiles the print and
online pub, which aims to overturn the idea that "thought-leader magazines get published on the East Coast, and that’s that."
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