Hi folks! Today I’m making use of a gap in the Sci-Fi Month schedule to shine some light on Apex Magazine’s latest subscription drive. If you support this SF/F magazine or if you’re uninitiated and curious, read on for more!
Apex Magazine is a semi-professional digital/online magazine focusing on publishing science fiction, fantasy and horror, and have featured award-winning (and just plain excellent) fiction by both established and up-and-coming writers. This isn’t their first subscription drive, but in my opinion they are always worth supporting, both with my blog space and my money. But don’t just take my word for it! Take a look at the reward tiers they’re offering for drive goals met:
- $500 – A 5th piece of poetry
- $1,000 – New short story by Chikodili Emelumadu
- $2,000 – Interview with Chikodili Emelumadu
- $2,500 – A 6th piece of poetry
- $3,000 – New interview with Ursula Vernon
- $4,000 – 2nd reprint exclusive to Apex Magazine eBook/subscriber edition
- $5,000 – New novelette by Ursula Vernon set in her “Jackalope Wives” world
- $6,500 – Stretch Goal! We’ll open to Apex Magazine submissions in December, 2015, rather than January, 2016
In addition to all that, subscriptions will cost only $17.95 until the end of the drive. It will run from today (that’s the 2nd) until November 13th, and there are a bunch of ways you can support the magazine:
Support Apex via Patreon;
Or for the subscription drive only, you can simply donate without the need to subscribe – check out their site for more information.
I can’t wait to see how they do this time; this magazine is one of my favourite sources of short SF/F fiction, and I am always happy to boost their signal. Hopefully you guys will see why, if you haven’t already! So go on and check things out.