Subscriber Testimonials Pt. 4.


Buying books and magazines can get expensive. Not only cash-wise, but time-wise. There’s a lot of risk there. You may not know if a publication is good or bad until you’ve already invested $25 and three hours of your life. How can you tell if you’re going to be getting the value for what you’re giving up? I hear you. While I could sit here all day and assure you a print subscription to Annalemma is well worth your time and money, you know I’m biased. So don’t take my word for it. Listen to what satisfied subscribers have to say…

“After poking around at the Annalemma site, I came across #6 at a bookstore. I took a chance and purchased it, and really enjoyed it — not just the consistently excellent writing but also the accompanying artwork and layout, which created an entirely enjoyable reading experience. I ordered #7 and was blown away by that, too. It was a no-brainer to go ahead and subscribe after that! I can’t wait to see what’s in #8.”

–       Jenny Hayes, Seattle, WA

“Annalemma is that rare breed of lit mag that is as beautiful to look at as to read. In a world of bits and bytes, I find comfort holding Annalemma in my hand. I’m not a wealthy person, but my subscription to Annalemma is the best damned money I’ve spent in this recession.”

–       Chad Pollock

“The first time I ever saw Annalemma, I knew it was something special. It is a journal that begs to be touched, that makes it worth your while on every single page. Each issue is unique and beautiful, and I’ve been introduced (and reintroduced) to a lot of great writers, photographers, and artists via its pages. Such a damn good journal.”

–       Lindsay Hunter, author, Daddy’s (featherproof, 2010)

“I wish I knew how Annalemma gets the art and the words to play so nicely together, each enhancing the other without competing or distracting. If I knew, I’d steal the technique for my own mag. As it is, though, Annalemma stands alone. Every issue’s a beauty, to hold and to read.”

–       Bryan Furuness, author, The Lost Episodes of Revie Bryson (Black Lawrence Press, 2012)

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