We Are Pausing Publication While We Figure a Few Things Out

Dear readers
We are pausing publication of the magazine while we figure out a few problems. Our tech needs an overhaul, our strategy a rethink and we need to work out a way of making a bit more money that brings in more than the scraps we have been getting since the magazine was launched four years ago. 
Because time and resources are so limited, we thought the best way to do this would be to stop publishing and devote all our attention to fixing those problems. 
We hope to make some progress over the next few months and to be back with our brand of sensible, progressive analysis and opinion, reviews, fiction, poetry and art. 
Please do get get in touch if you think you can contribute to Disclaimer's future. We always need new talent to keep the magazine fresh and interesting.  
Thank you for visiting Disclaimer Magazine and for your support over the years.

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