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The third issue of Into the Ruins is now available for order! This Fall 2016 issue comes as a 7″ x 10″ book packed with 108 pages of stories of our deindustrial future, editorials, letters to the editor, book reviews, and a few miscellaneous ramblings and surprises. A high quality, PDF, downloadable digital edition is now also available.
You’ll find within a fantastic new story from Jason Heppenstall in which a mysterious old man cultivates a garden on the dusty outskirts of a desert town, Catherine McGuire exploring one woman’s fight against cruelty and exploitation, a tale from Matthew Griffiths set in the world of John Michael Greer’s Star’s Reach, a meditative snapshot of our post-oil future from Ian O’Reilly, and a lovely new tale from Rachel White that captures the mythic dimensions of our future. Not to mention, a new “Deindustrial Futures Past” column from John Michael Greer, Justin Patrick Moore’s survey of characters from James Howard Kunstler’s World Made By Hand series, and a thought-provoking, rollicking, filled-to-the-brim letters section.
There are a few ways you can get Issue 3 in the U.S. First of all, you can subscribe in print for $39. Subscriptions will begin with your choice of the first, second, or third issue. If you don’t want to commit to subscribing, though, you can purchase this third issue in print for $12 or as a high quality, PDF download for $7.50:
Purchase printed edition directly through Figuration Press
Purchase digital edition through Payhip
Purchase printed edition from Amazon
Purchase printed edition from CreateSpace
International print subscriptions are available for select countries, including Australia, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Japan, Norway, Ireland, and a number of others. Email email@example.com to inquire about your area or to receive a link to subscribe internationally.
CreateSpace will ship nearly anywhere in the world. However, we have heard mixed things about their ability to charge appropriate tax for international orders and their choice of shippers, so please take that into consideration before ordering, lest your order come due with sizable and unexpected VAT and/or duty charges.
International readers are always welcome to purchase the digital edition through Payhip as a simplified way of receiving the journal without having to worry about international shipping.
Alternatively, a number of international Amazon sites have the print version of the issue listed:
We will update this page as any further sales channels become available. If you have any questions, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.