As I work on Line of Departure Issue 78, I have come to the difficult decision that due to rising printing and postage costs, I'm going to have to raise prices.  This is the first increase since 2008, and I hope that it is the last one for quite some time.  Here are the new prices, effective March 1:

Four-Issue Subscription to the United States and Canada: $30.00
Four-Issue Subscription to Everywhere Else in the World: $38.00
Individual Issues to the United States and Canada: $8.00
Individual Issues to the Rest of the World: $11.00

Until March, the current prices will remain in effect.  So there is a window to lock in your subscriptions at the lower prices.

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Comment by Jim Werbaneth on January 10, 2017 at 12:17am

For those interested in ordering now, before the prices go up in March, here is a link to purchase Line of Departure by PayPal.

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