The Puppetry Journal print magazine is published by the Puppeteers of America. Its content informs about and celebrates the art of puppetry.
First published in 1949, the quarterly journal incorporates regular features, editorials, and photography. Content examines the history of puppetry as well as the art form’s current culture. Recent features published in the magazine take a look at First Nation puppetry, the private marionette and puppet collection of Gary and Carmen Busk, puppetry in Puerto Rico, and the Ed Sullivan Show puppeteers.
The Puppetry Journal is available as a print subscription to members of the Puppeteers of America and through select libraries.
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