If you’re a Geez reader and still like shiny things, including Oprah’s O magazine, you’re not alone. Trudy J. Morgan-Cole, a blogger from Newfoundland is your friend. She writes, 

These two magazines sit uneasily on my coffee table together, as if they’re the two hemispheres of my brain — different, yet each necessary. Not that they’re the right and left hemispheres — politically, the editorial slants of both O and Geez could easily be labelled “left” though Geez is certainly more radical. O resides in a comfortable, well-decorated corner of the political left, sort of like the American Democratic party, while Geez is camped outside in the parking lot in a cardboard box. [See full entry here.]  

Here at Geez headquarters, we occasionally flip through O too. Like the time we did a Geez take on her home renovations suggestions. – posted by Aiden Enns

Text from O At Home, Summer 2006, reprinted in Geez Summer 2006.

Text from O At Home, Summer 2006, reprinted in Geez Summer 2006.

 

Text from Geez, Summer 2006.

Text from Geez, Summer 2006.

 

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