Wildfowl Carving Magazine Goes Digital with Kindle Edition
June 28, 2017
New Cumberland, PA — Wildfowl Carving Magazine, the only magazine for bird carvers, announces that it is now available as a Kindle edition through Amazon.com.
The magazine has been in print since its first issue appeared in 1985 and has become the indispensible publication about the art of bird carving. Its articles cover basic duck decoys to intricately carved and detailed songbirds and eagles.
“In many ways we are a traditional art form,” said editor Tom Huntington, “but that doesn’t mean our readers are interested in only traditional delivery methods. They do love the print edition, but many people have also been asking for a digital version that they can access on their phones, tablets and computers. Now they have it.”
The Kindle edition, offered through Amazon.com, offers readers the option to purchase single issues or subscriptions. “Readers of the Kindle version will see everything that the print reader gets,” Huntington said. “That will include our detailed demonstrations, carver showcase features, and reference articles. Every page, including the advertisements.” The Kindle Wildfowl Carving Magazine will be especially convenient for overseas readers who want to avoid paying international shipping costs.
A year’s subscription (four issues) costs $37.95 and single issues are $9.95. Readers can sample an issue for 30 days for free. “We look forward to expanding our readership with our Kindle edition,” Huntington said. “It’s a great opportunity for both the magazine and its readers.”
Wildfowl Carving Magazine began publishing with its Spring 1985 issue. In the years since it has included articles on every aspect of bird carving, from how to design an effective carving to how to safely ship one to a carving show. Ampry Publishing, LLC, a subsidiary of Prime Publishing LLC of Northbrook, Illinois, purchased the magazine in March 2016.
For more information, contact Tom Huntington, editor, at (847) 513-6057 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.