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The goal is $1,200 in 30 days and every amount helps! Why are we doing this? To move from print-on-demand (POD) to a traditional offset run for its print edition. The reasons for this are many, but the major ones include:
Lower per-issue price point
Total control of distribution
Greater flexibility when it comes to design
Ability to offer yearlong subscriptions
From the Kickstarter site:
Imagine if you will a traditional Victorian magazine, one that readers in New York City or London of the 1890s would enjoy off the newsstand. Now take that same magazine and have it covering a subculture which seeks to emulate the optimism of that period.
Our intent is replicate, as closely as possible, the British and American magazines of the late 1800s. In order to do that though, we need your financial support. We’re running on a shoestring budget, and though we’re offering subscriptions on our website right now, we want to give you another way to support our mission.
So if you want to see Doctor Fantastique’s become the best magazine possible, and believe me we’re going to knock your socks off, please donate to our cause.