Issue #15 is off into the mail system, if you haven’t received your copy yet, it will be with you any day now. It was much later than we planned. 2018 was a year of big problems and changes for Anglotopia. But now that I’ve started my new full-time job outside of Anglotopia, things are starting to get back on track.
That means getting the magazine back on track and on a more reliable schedule.
So, today we’re excited to unveil the cover for Issue #16 of the Magazine and it will come out in late March/Early April. The cover features beautiful Dyrham Park in the Cotswolds, one of my favorite places (and you may recognize it from The Remains of the Day). The back cover features Sturminster Newton Mill in Dorset, another beautiful place.
We’re still finalizing the content of the magazine, but you can expect features on the Chilterns, An exploration of JMW Turner’s House, Laura’s London Diary, the latest instalment in our series on the life of Queen Elizabeth II, a new Great Event in British History, and so much more. There will be over 30,000 words of writing in 64 full-color pages in the magazine. As always, the magazine is completely ad-free.
In order to get the magazine in a more stable position this year, we need to add more subscribers. Our goal is to add 100 subscribers by the time we print at the end of the month. Can you help us by being the next subscriber to the magazine?
To entice people to sign up, we’re going to offer a FREE 2020 Anglotopia Calendar (a $20 value!) with all NEW subscriptions until February 29th. You don’t need a coupon or do anything special, just subscribe here. We’ll send you the calendar right away ahead of your first issue. The calendar goes until January 2020, so there’s still plenty of time to use it.
This is a good time to remind you all that we also offer a digital subscription to the magazine as well. Instead of the print version, you receive a beautiful PDF that you can read on a tablet or your computer. New digital subscribers will also get the 2020 Calendar!
The proceeds from magazine subscriptions basically go into producing the magazine, but if we can add 100 new subscribers, then we can start to plan ahead and research some new articles, hire new writers, and improve the publishing process (and invest in Anglotopia’s future).
So, if you enjoy reading Anglotopia, please consider subscribing to our beautiful print magazine, it’s like the website but with longer-form writing, beautiful printed pictures and no advertising at all.
Thank you for reading Anglotopia!