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Fall issue dates and announcements

Readers and writers of New Maps,

The summer issue should have arrived for those of you who’ve subscribed or ordered a copy. And since it was a touch behind the usual schedule, with September now just over the horizon, the fall issue will be following it closely. So this is a quick update with dates for those of you who’d like to contribute something to it.

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Summer 2021 Issue Available

Readers,

The summer issue of New Maps is now available! If you're a U.S. subscriber, your copy should show up in your mailbox around the middle of August, with dates somewhat different for international subscribers, depending on your country.

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Summer Dates and Announcements

Friends,

The time is drawing near for another issue of New Maps to start coming together, and I thought I’d write a quick email about dates and other details. So!…

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Spring 2021 Issue Available

Readers,

The second issue of New Maps is now available! The spring issue features five new stories that travel to a terrific breadth of different new worlds, enough to offer a sampling of how many different futures the future may hold.

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Spring Issue Announcements

With shipping update (Mar. 3). It’s hard for me to imagine when the view outside my window looks like this, but it’s almost time for me to start working on the spring issue of New Maps. Relative to that, there are a few announcements that I need to make.
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The first issue of New Maps is now available!

Hello, everyone! There’s been quiet from Looseleaf Publishing, but in the background, things have been brewing. I'm happy to finally be able to announce that New Maps, Vol. 1, No. 1, is now available to order. If you’re a subscriber, your issue should arrive sometime late this month or early February. Otherwise, you can order copies at our order page (mail order also available).
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Cover Art Wanted

For the first issue, and possibly for more following it, I’m looking to readers for help: do you have art that you think would look good on the cover of New Maps?

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