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Launched in October , the online magazine has been a finalist for the Hugo Award for Best Semiprozine four times winning three times , the World Fantasy Award four times winning once , and the British Fantasy Award once winning once. Another option is to do quarterly shipments.
The big question is would anyone even want to do this? Or maybe an annual subscription should be one of the perks of the higher-level Clarkesworld citizenship donations? I have dozens of zines on my Kindle and I never seem to get around to reading them. But those print issues of Tin House and Boulevard on my bedside table? I read those right away. Given the above information on pricing, if you were to subscribe what frequency would you go with?
Given that tag and the amount of reading material I already struggle to keep up with, though, I would probably opt for the quarterly. I would love print versions. Not unreasonable. Yeah, that was my thought too. They print on cheaper paper and in quantities over 10k, which gets them significant price breaks. They also pay less for shipping at those quantities. Just no way to be competitive in print.
What if you could get in some limited edition autographed copies? You might try with 4 issues 1 year , limited to 20 copies. The logistics are nightmarish.
Clarkesworld Magazine Issue 66
Copies have to be mailed all over the world, which gets fairly expensive. The new plan was to get only a few signed and offer those as special exclusives for donors or auctions. Another Word: The Singularity is Dead. Long Live the Singularity! Skaftun , read by Kate Baker.
The Corpse of the Future: Jane C. Omond Solandt. Another Word: Assimilation, Multiculturalism, and Me. Ferenczi , read by Kate Baker. Buckell , read by Mike Allen. Chapman , read by Kate Baker. Hartshorn , read by Kate Baker. Elizabeth Wasden , read by Kate Baker. Mammals Underfoot! An Interview with Emerging Writers.
Valente , read by Catherynne M. What if it All Goes Wrong? A Conversation with Robert V. Models and Clay and Plaster, Oh My! Refusing to be the Same: An Interview with K. Apple Newsstand. Google Play.
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