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Blake Goes Online Only

Blake Goes Online Only

Last year at this time we announced that our content would be online in order to optimize the many advantages of publishing on the web—illustrations in color and more of them, looser restrictions on the length of issues, searchability, and greater sustainability due to lower production and mailing costs. After one transitional year of publishing online and printed issues in parallel, we are now phasing out the printed version.

With the upcoming summer 2012 issue (vol. 46, no. 1) Blake will be published online only. We are investigating the possibilities for print on demand, whereby copies of an issue or an article would be produced as needed by a third-party vendor, from whom you would order directly rather than as part of your subscription. If print on demand proves feasible, we’ll let you know.

Individual subscribers will receive renewal reminders for vol. 46 via e-mail, both a couple of weeks before and (if necessary!) a few weeks after the subscription expiry date. Log in and go to My Subscription (link at the top right of the page, next to Log Out) or to My Account → Subscribe to check your expiry date and to renew.

Back issues of the quarterly beginning with the first issue (1967) will gradually appear as part of the William Blake Archive <http://www.blakearchive.org> and be freely available there. Preparation is well under way for a first installment. The most recent volumes of the quarterly from the last five years, however, will continue to be available only to subscribers on the Blake site.



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