Many of our regular subscribers will soon be receiving their last issue of their current subsciption run, and so we encourage them to resubscribe as soon as possible. But we also very much welcome new subscribers as well so, in our latest campaign drive, we would like to offer all NEW subscribers to the critically-acclaimed chapbook series a ‘Five issues for the price of Four’ deal. That’s right, for the price of four issues (£16UK/£23.50EU /$45US/ $45US RoW) you will receive an extra issue FREE. To take advantage of this offer, please use the Paypal buttons down the right-hand side of this site.
NOTE: all subscriptions will start from Volume VIII (The Way of the Leaves by David Tallerman – December 2012), as Volume VII has sold out already!
Look forward to hearing from you!
Just a little note to remind people that subscriptions to Spectral Press chapbooks are still available, but will now be starting from Volume IV (Paul Finch’s King Death). Subscriptions are £13.50UK/£16EU/$30US/$40RoW and for your convenience Paypal buttons can be found on the right-hand side of this blog. If wanting to pay by any other means please contact me at spectralpress[at]gmail[dot]com. Those of you who have already subscribed and who now wish to extend their subscriptions to Spectral VII are also encouraged to renew at this point (but let me know that it’s a renewal. =)
If you’re unsure about wanting to take out a subscription, then think of it like this: you’ve seen the author names being bandied around here and there, or seen their books on various internet sites or bookshops, or even read the great reviews of these writer’s books on book-blogs and review sites, BUT you’ve never been entirely convinced because you don’t know whether you’d like their style of work. Spectral chapbooks are a great way of introducing you to all these writers and you won’t have to break the bank in order to check them out! Plus, at the four-issue rate Spectral is currently offering, it represents an absolute bargain!
However, just to give you guys advance warning, both subscriptions and individual issue prices will go up slightly from Volume V to cover increased postal rates – I will endeavour to keep the increase as minimal as possible, however, but even so it will still represent remarkable value for money.
So get subbing!! =D