Galaxy’s Edge Magazine Annual Subscription

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This esubscription is for 12 months/6 issues of Galaxys Edge in the format of your choice beginning with the current issue (or the next issue, if you’re already subscribed and renewing).

How It Works

Once you subscribe a link is emailed to you. Click on the link (or paste it into your browser address bar) and it will start your download. The download links are live for 14 days and can also be found on the Thank You page after your order is completed. Then, when a new issue is released, you will be automatically emailed a link. Easy! If you sign up for a Weightless Books account using the email address you provided with your order, your My Library page will have permanent links to all your ebooks and subscriptions. Please email us (or post in the comments) if you have any questions or problems.

Galaxy’s Edge is a bi-monthly (every two months) magazine published by Phoenix Pick, the science fiction and fantasy imprint of Arc Manor, an award winning independent press based in Maryland. Each issue of the magazine has a mix of new and old (reprint) stories, new columns by Barry Malzberg and Gregory Benford and book reviews by Paul Cook.

21 Responses to “Galaxy’s Edge Magazine Annual Subscription”

  1. Pawyigh Lee says:

    Duh. Where do I click to renew my subscription out on the Calay’s Edge.

  2. Bruce says:

    So you have to down load the edition within 5 days? Sorry, I love SF but have trouble with some of the tech stuff.

    • Michael says:

      The download link in the order email only works for five days, yes. However, like it says in the email, if you sign up for an account you can always come back and get the files from your My Library page no matter how long it’s been.

  3. Bruce says:

    And, um, which format should I use. I’ve heard of PDF but not the other two.

    • Michael says:

      If you don’t mind reading a PDF on your computer screen, or if you plan to print out the issue, go ahead and use PDF. The other formats are meant for use with an ereader like a Kindle (MOBI format), Nook or iPad (EPUB format). So your choice of file format depends on how you want to read.

      I hope that helps.

    • ted says:

      and for others wondering the same thing, if you use an iPad download the kindle ap for iPad which you may prefer to the iPad’s own reader. then of course, buy the .mobi format.

    • e_w_bear says:

      ePubs are for reading software like Marvin 3 or Marvin on the iPhone/iPad, or Adobe reader on Windows. mobi is Amazon’s pet format, and you can use kindle for PC, kindle for iOS(apple), etc.

  4. Teri Lester says:

    How do I get the freebie? Does it come automatically or do I have to add it to the card, use a code, etc?

  5. Wayne Pitt says:

    I would like to subscribe via Nook, however comma, I don’t see that option when perusing the B&N shop. I realize that there are several other workable options, but you know, Nook is convenient.

    I’m going to date myself here (no, not autophilia) and ask if there is any relationship to ‘Galaxy’, Worlds of If’, and ‘Worlds of Tomorrow’ publishing group? Not ‘Analog’ (the One with Rivets).

    I recognize several authors that have published in these palimpsests.

    Wayne

    • Gavin says:

      Hi Wayne, if you like you can subscribe here and choose the “epub” format for your Nook. Otherwise you could ask Galaxy’s Edge (http://www.galaxysedge.com/jcon.htm) if they are going to make subscriptions available in the Nook store. I do not think the magazine is related to any iterations of Galaxy, etc., instead I think the name is meant to call up echoes of some of those magazines you name.

  6. George SooHoo says:

    You mean 12 months/6 issues not 12 months/7 issues, right?

  7. Duke of URL says:

    Is there any way to get it in single-column format? Constantly having to scroll updownupdown is really irritating

  8. The Robman says:

    If you subscribe, do you have access to all three electronic formats (Mobi, ePub, and PDF), or do you only get one?

  9. hankroberts says:

    The new Galaxy’s Edge is out per email from Phoenix, but their website is pushing signing up with some site that requires Facebook or Twitter IDs –bookdroppr, something like that.

    Where’s the new issue email link?

  10. hankroberts says:

    “…
    First, a reminder that the full version of the current issue of Galaxy’s Edge can be ‘grabbed’ via Bookgrabbr by CLICKING HERE. …

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