The Osprey Hour
Absurdist, surreal, maybe a bit creepy
One of the most esteemed gentleman's culture magazine in the country, it has covered arts, politics, and style for as long as anyone can remember. But inside nothing is as it seems. Something, maybe everything, is terribly wrong.
No one is quite sure when The Osprey Hour was founded, but it couldn't have been that long ago, because the original founder (Elliot Herbert Rosenhen) is still alive-- right?
Set in modern day with all the same technology, but The Osprey Hour will absolutely never have a website due to Rosenhen's insistence. This doesn't bode well for the company and it will ultimately close due to bankruptcy at the end of the project.
The world is our own, so most people are quite sure there isn't magic, and they're right. Mostly. But things tend to get weird inside The Osprey Hour, because there's no way for that man without a mouth to be alive and new "first issues" of the magazine turn up every day, from earlier and earlier dates. It's easiest to just pretend everything is fine.