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Current subscription details

One of the goals of Areopagus is to give new writers the opportunity to see their work in print, perhaps for the first time - something a Small Press magazine is in a unique position to be able to do. This has been an encouragement to many new writers, who have then gone on to try their hand at submitting to other publications. At the current time we do not however  have the resources to pay for published items. Copyright is always retained by the author, but unless otherwise instructed we have an agreement that any item published in the magazine may be read aloud (but not published) in any church or Christian meeting without prior permission being sought. Please note: because of the small budget, Areopagus is only able to publish contributions from subscribers to the Magazine. Unsolicited submissions from non-subscribers cannot therefore be considered at this time.
 
At the present time (2016), only the Ezine version is available for new subscribers, due to financial limitations. However we hope to make the printed magazine available to all subscribers again as soon as this becomes financially viable. 

The subscription rate for the Ezine (electronic version) is £4 sterling p.a.  Subscribers to this scheme get the magazine sent by email (approx 1 mb) each quarter.

If you wish to subscribe,  please click here:  Subscribe to Areopagus. Paypal can be used  and this is our prefered method as it is quite a big time saver for us. However, we can also accept cheques by post (UK only). If you want to pay by cheque, the above link will allow you to do this. Just follow the instructions including 'add to basket'. Once you have clicked on 'Proceed to Checkout' and filled in your contact details, there will be a 'Send payment by post' option to tick, (instead of paying online). This will send us notification and we will then send you an invoice by email.

  
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Subscribers to Areopagus may submit manuscripts by e-mail, which is our  prefered method, however within the UK, postal submissions are also acceptable.

 


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