What the Dickens? From webpage to print…?

This is just a quick post to promote the crowdfunding push to get What the Dickens? magazine off the web and into print. At the moment, I myself have very little money, and so can’t donate until some time towards the end of their fundraising. I just wanted to list 3 reasons why you should give WtD any amount you can:

  • It’s a brilliant magazine. Go and read it for yourself. Fiction, reviews, poems, essays, photographs – it’s very diverse and exciting
  • It’s a new venture that gives equal opportunities to established and new writers. I don’t need to tell you how much getting into print means for all involved, both professionally and personally
  • The team behind it are committed, endlessly inventive and (from the interaction I’ve had with a couple of them) total sweethearts.

The What the Dickens? fundraising page is here. Check out their incentives too, and enjoy a sense of accomplishment at helping this new venture to realisation.





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