Apex Magazine Subscription Drive!

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Earth and Air Peter DickinsonSteampunk III: Steampunk RevolutionThe Best of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine, Year Three Scott H. Andrews (Editor) et al.Fall is turning out to be a hot season for ebook deals. The BCS Year Three promo is still on for another few days, and here it turns out Apex Magazine is throwing a subscription drive of its own. Hooray!

Today through November 15th, get $2 off your Apex subscription and they’ll throw your name in on a raffle for all kinds of prizes. See below for the official details from Apex.

Wow, that is a lot of prizes. I think we’ll throw in one of our own: a $20 gift certificate to one lucky subscriber!

Also new and tempting this week (note: not actually live ’til midnight): Ann Vandermeer’s third huge steampunk collection from Tachyon, Juliet McKenna’s first Einarinn novel in ebook form for the first time from Wizard’s Tower, one from Wildside, fourteen from Lethe Press, eight from Aqueduct, and, oh yeah, the new Peter Dickinson collection from Small Beer!

On to the Apex goodies:


Apex Magazine 12 Month Subscription: $2 off!THE EVENT – Apex Publications is running a subscription drive for Apex Magazine from October 15th through November 15th. During that time, 12-month subscriptions will be available for $17.95, $2.00 off the normal price, through the Apex website and Weightless Books, and monthly subscriptions can be purchased on Amazon for $1.99 a month. Everyone who purchases a subscription during the drive will get a free ebook (one of the volumes of The Book of Apex), plus be entered into a raffle for the chance to win great prizes, such as: Apex books, ebooks formatting, and signed books from authors like Maurice Broaddus, Cherie Priest, Seanan McGuire, and Ellen Datlow. The first 40 people to subscribe will get a signed Apex Magazine sampler. For full details, visit the Apex blog.

THE MAGAZINE – Released on the first Tuesday of every month, Apex Magazine is a digital e-zine of professional science fiction, fantasy, and horror. The current editor is Lynne M. Thomas, 2011 and 2012 Hugo Award winner.

Apex Magazine prides itself in publishing a combination of genre luminaries and bright new talents, and was nominated in 2012 for the Hugo for Best Semiprozine.

THE DEAL – Purchase a 12-month subscription of Apex Magazine for $17.95 or a monthly subscription for $1.99, and be entered into a drawing for great prizes, including signed books and short story copy edits/critiques.  Plus, get a free ebook of one of The Book of Apex volumes.

THE PRIZES – Story critique by Apex publisher Jason Sizemore, signed books by authors such as Alethea Kontis, Alex Bledsoe, E.E. Knight, Christopher Barzak and many more, ebook formats by Apex editor DeAnna Knippling and Janet Harriett. Plus, many more to come.

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