Ernest Journal 7

Frequency Quarterly
Publisher Names by Uncharted Press
Ernest Journal 7

In issue seven we meet bread makers in space, journey along Scotland’s Route 500, seek the eerie in East Anglia, remap Antarctica, enter the audacious world of the Kearton brothers, chart the history of nautical cartography, contemplate cold water and emotional stillness and enter the closet of courtier, alchemist and home brewer Sir Kenelm Digby.

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Ernest is a journal for enquiring minds. It is made for those who value surprising and meandering journeys, fuelled by curiosity rather than adrenaline and guided by chance encounters.


It is a repository for wild ideas, curious artefacts and genuine oddities, replete with tales of pioneers, invention and human obsession.


Ernest is founded on the principles of slow journalism. We value honesty, integrity and down-to-earth storytelling – and a good, long read every now and then.

Ernest Journal has always been a favourite. Beautiful words and pictures. It delivers on the promise of a journal for curious gentlefolk. Go Jo.