After a triumphant run in the '70s, Francis Ford Coppola's film career nose-dived with the release of One from the Heart, a disaster that sent him bankrupt. This led him to pursue a number of projects off camera, such as the literary quarterly Zoetrope: All-Story.
All-Story has featured writing by some of the literary world's heaviest hitters. Fiction by Joyce Carol Oates, Don Delilo and Salmon Rushdie have all graced its pages. Each issue includes one story that's been adapted into a film - a nice touch given its founder's background.
Design duties are taken care of by well-known artists, musicians and actors so it looks much cooler than the average literary tome too. The summer issue is out now.