Subscriber Testimonials.


Have you subscribed to the print edition of Annalemma yet? I would highly recommend it. $25 gets you two issues, that’s $5 of savings, were you to buy two $15 issues individually. If you’ve been thinking about subscribing but you’re not sure if it’s worth your time or money, don’t take my word for it. Here’s what some satisfied customers have to say about the print edition…

“I subscribed to Annalemma to support my friend, Eliza Tudor, who was published in the fall 2011 issue.  I thought I’d only read her piece and set the magazine to the side but I couldn’t stop reading it.  I was hooked!  I read it cover-to-cover in one evening and can’t wait to devour my next issue when it arrives.  As a mother of two young girls I rarely find time to read anything beyond children’s books.  This is my dose of the adult world and I feel smarter after each issue.”

Jennifer Rawe, Inidanapolis, IN

“When the latest issue of Analemma arrives at my house, there’s no question in my mind that this is exactly the kind of magazine I want to see around for a long time. In print. On shelves. I never know who’ll be contributing, never know what outstanding art will grace its pages, until it’s in my hands. I honestly feel as I did when I was encountering, for the the first time, The Paris Review or Story in its heyday: happy to be knocked off my feet by the indescribably good contents. So what are you waiting for: SUBSCRIBE!”

Tom Williams, Chair of English, Morehead State University

“Annalemma’s quirky style and vibrant approach is nothing short of inspiring.  The art and photography is gorgeous, the presentation beats every magazine out there, and the essays and stories radiate the kind of thoughtful creativity that reinforces my belief that the literary arts are, in fact, very necessary.  I read Annalemma, and I feel a glimmer of hope that, yes, maybe I can be creative too.”

Jeff Moscaritolo, MFA Candidate, George Mason University

“Each issue of Annalemma is a treasure, a collector’s item.  A beautiful literary arts journal, that arrives in the mailbox, and makes you feel as if you have received a gift. The issues are stunning, a book to hold onto and keep, long after you have read it!”

– Helen Vitoria, author, The Sights & Sounds of Arctic Birds (Gold Wake Press)

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  1. Christopher says:

    There’s something about seeing another Indy native loving something I love that makes me feel good inside.

  2. chris says:

    Word up. Anna loves Indy back!

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