Wasafiri Subscription Rates
Subscribe and Save: Print Only (Rolling) – £38
Subscribe and Save: Print and Digital (Single-Year) – £50
Subscribe and Save: Print Only (Single-Year) – £40
Wasafiri’s goal is to discover, support and promote the world’s best new writing in order to create a globe-spanning group of readers committed to seeing the world in all its breadth.
We begin 2021 with our spring issue. Featuring a lead essay on artistic response to the Grenfell tragedy, and content on ‘Collaboration across Borders’, Mohsin Hamid and our 2020 Queen Mary Wasafiri New Writing Prize winners appear alongside our usual selection of poetry, fiction, articles and life writing. Alongside two ‘general’ issues, Wasafiri also produces two special issues each year. Our summer special, Water, takes the natural resource as its focus and its inspiration—collecting pieces that are fluid in genre and form, it considers climate change, monsoon rain, and the many liminal spaces (and life stages) where we encounter and are defined by water. Later on, in the autumn, our general issue makes space for thinking through Crisis and Recovery, the year in Wasafiri coming to a close with House of Wisdom, which uses the libraries that were the hallmark of Islamicate empires around the globe as its cornerstone to reflect creatively and critically on Islamic literary culture.
You can choose between two subscription packages:
Single-Year and Rolling Subscriptions
As a print subscriber you’ll receive each new issue of Wasafiri immediately on release (your subscription will start from the latest issue) and save 18% off our cover price on a rolling subscription and 35% off our old subscription rates. With a print and digital subscription, you’ll gain access to 35 years of our short stories, essays, articles, art pieces and interviews – our entire archive – from anywhere in the world.
Rolling subscriptions will be automatically renewed each year on the anniversary of your purchase date unless you choose to cancel.
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Special subscription rates of £33/US$58/€46 are available for Postcolonial Studies Association and EACLALS members. Contact +44 (0)20 7017 5543 or firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe. (Quote XB02701W)
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