One of the things I discovered from the results of the annual Clarkesworld Magazine reader’s poll was that nearly a quarter of the participants didn’t know we offer subscriptions. I had thought we were doing a satisfactory job of promoting them, but apparently not. This has me concerned. We rely heavily on subscription revenue to pay for everything (art, articles, hosting, staff, stories, etc.), so it’s time to do some marketing. If you are already subscribed, thank you and I hope you’ll excuse me for being a bit more aggressive about promoting subscriptions for a while. I hate this part of the job, but has to done.
If you feel so inclined, you can help us out by telling people about this post. Here is a complete list of the available subscription formats:
Kindle and Kindle Apps for Android, iPhone & iPad. Issues will automatically be delivered to your device as they are released. 30-day free trial available.
BUY HERE – Amazon.com (US, Canadian and International Subscribers not covered below)
BUY HERE – Amazon.co.uk
BUY HERE – Amazon.de
BUY HERE – Amazon.fr
Use our free app for the iPad and iPhone to buy individual issues or monthly subscriptions!
DOWNLOAD HERE- iTunes.apple.com
Google Play App Store
Use our free app for your Android phone or tablet to buy individual issues or monthly subscriptions!
DOWNLOAD HERE – Play.Google.com
Patrons that give at the $2.99 or above levels can opt-in to receive the EPUB and MOBI versions of each issue. Each month, they’ll receive an email informing them how to download the latest issue.
Epub (Nook, Kobo, Sony, etc.) or Mobi (Kindle) format. You will be emailed about new issues as they become available for download. If you don’t have an ereader, you can use the files supplied by Weightless with the free Nook and Kindle apps for the Mac or PC.
Weightless is currently our only reseller than can offer gift subscriptions. More details in the comments section of our page there.
Patrons that give at the $10 or above levels can opt-in to receive the print version of each new issue as they become available (typically mid-month). Aside from buying individual issues direct from Amazon or from us at conventions, this is the only way to get them.
Tried subscribing via the Kindle link, but it seems it’s not compatible with Kindle Fire 🙁
Yes, that’s an issue on Amazon’s end. We’ve talked to them about it, but they haven’t been able to give us an estimate on when it would be working. In the meantime, I highly recommend Weightless Books. They can arrange delivery to any Kindle and will work with international customers.