Paste is back in print and better than ever!
We covered when the Decatur-based publication folded its print version back in 2010. We were sad, but you may recall it was a tough era for magazine. Since then Paste has concentrated its efforts on its website, and grown its audience 10-fold, according to its recently release. (I believe it. I get Paste search results frequently when looking for any number of arts & entertainment and beer-related content!)
I’m not sure we could have anticipated that Paste would ever return to our mailboxes, but here it is! (Though it may not fit in a mailbox anymore.)
Paste is returning as a quarterly publication in a “large 12”-by-12”-inch format” with “thick paper and rich colors,” And instead of the old Paste Sampler CD, you’ll get “150-gram colored vinyl album with exclusive tracks recorded at the Paste Studio in New York”.
The publication, which sounds more like a book than a magazine, will sell for $20/issue or $70 for a year’s subscription (four magazines plus four vinyl samplers). The first issue will release in March of 2017.
For more info, check out the video above and let Founder and Editor Josh Jackson explain it to you. Or read their full release HERE.
Welcome back to print Paste!