Each issue of the magazine is on sale on the website and the most evident form of support certainly consists in purchasing it. However, I have also designed a way for you to accompany the project if you are interested to do so: it is a subscription to both print (5€/month), digital (2.5€/month) versions, automatically renewed every month, until you no longer want to or can support the magazine and its open-access platforms. When signing up for it, you will receive your copy of the magazine, while re-affirming your support to the project on a regular basis. Alternatively, you can also subscribe annually to the print + digital formula (70€/year). To give you a rough idea, 1,000 subscribers to the printed edition of the magazine would allow it to run in its current form without any other sales or external support. If you would like to subscribe, you can do so by following this link.
Another way of supporting The Funambulist consists in contributing to its international spreading. You can help by contacting your library, school, university or any other institution and inciting them to subscribe to the magazine.
You can also help by offering your favorite bookstore to carry the magazine: if they accept to purchase at least four copies for them to carry (bookstore price is 8€ per copy), we will send them to you, as well as an additional one to thank you. The name of the bookstore will then appear on the map below.
An easy way to support The Funambulist Magazine simply consists in spreading the word about its existence, and the potential interest you have for it. Social media and blogs are certainly a good place to begin: The Funambulist have both a Facebook page and a Twitter account to which you can refer if necessary. You can also download this poster, print it and pin it in your university or wherever else you might see fit!
The Funambulist originated from the will to be a helpful tool for students. The magazine does not want to forget this editorial dimension and is committed to publish two or three student projects in relation to the theme of each issue. If you know of a student project that challenges the themes to which next issues are dedicated, feel free to send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Next issues are respectively dedicated to suburban geographies, sartorial politics, and carceral environments. (photo: project by James Martin)
This is a work-in-progress and we hope to have many bookstores soon populating the map. See section 2 of this page to see how you can help to it!