Reposting this from my buddy KSP at FairToFlair.com - The Fair to Flair Quarterly is now available and we would really appreciate your support. That better wrestling media I've been talking about for two and a half years? It's here:
For those who pre-ordered, we can’t thank you enough. You proved that there is a demand for intellectual writing on the art of professional wrestling. You’re pretty awesome. But as of today, the pre-order link won’t work anymore. If you would like to purchase a physical copy of the Quarterly, it’ll be $25CDN. Even at that price, we feel it’s a great deal: 84 pages of essays and insight by the smartest people in wrestling journalism.
For those who didn’t pre-order, we’re offering two new products today. You can now purchase the Quarterly in digital format for $9.99. It’s our cheapest option, as well as the friendliest to the environment. Instead of waiting for a bookmaker to print and glue a book then ship it to you, you can have Fair to Flair Quarterly as soon as we receive your order.
The digital bundle contains several files. You will receive the PDF that came with the pre-order, which looks great on regular computer screens. The Epub file looks great on iBooks, Kobos, Nooks, and Sony Readers. The Mobi file looks great on Kindle. These aren’t thrown together files, either. If your screen is in colour, you’ll get colour photos and cover. Black and white? Nothing but the colour is missing. The table of contents is embedded in the file, so you can zip around using the menu on your device. Best of all, there is no digital rights management on any of these files. You bought them? You own them.
Finally, for the digital enthusiast, we’re adding a second subscription option. You can now order a digital subscription, which will net you four digital bundles for $35. That’s less than half the price of the physical subscription, and a savings of $5 from buying each digital issue individually.