Subscribe To RVA Magazine Now, Receive the New Issue In The Mail Next Week!

by | Aug 15, 2014 | POLITICS

As you are no doubt aware, RVA Magazine’s Summer 2014 issue hit the streets this week! Our print issues are always a hot commodity, and can be tough to track down in the wild. However, if you want to take the uncertainty out of the equation, you do have an alternative–subscribe to RVA Magazine, and get each new issue delivered to your door!

As you are no doubt aware, RVA Magazine’s Summer 2014 issue hit the streets this week! Our print issues are always a hot commodity, and can be tough to track down in the wild. However, if you want to take the uncertainty out of the equation, you do have an alternative–subscribe to RVA Magazine, and get each new issue delivered to your door!

Released four times a year, each new issue of RVA Magazine will bring you our unique take on local arts, music, and culture, bringing you the stories you can’t get anywhere else from writers and photographers who take part in the scenes they cover. This isn’t a perspective you’ll find in other publications–RVA Magazine is your only source for the straight dope on what’s happening around this town.

With our 100% pickup rate, it can be tough to find copies of the magazine when it hits the streets every three months. Stop worrying about the guesswork and the legwork–make sure you get the new issue, and every issue to come, by subscribing to RVA Magazine now! Subscribers’ copies of the brand new issue will be mailed out next week, so this is the perfect time to order. Do so by clicking here, scrolling down a little bit, and hitting the “BUY NOW” button on the left. Subscriptions are only $19.95 for four issues, which will bring you a full year of RVA Magazine! What are you waiting for? Doooo ittttt!!

Marilyn Drew Necci

Marilyn Drew Necci

Former GayRVA editor-in-chief, RVA Magazine editor for print and web. Anxiety expert, proud trans woman, happily married.




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