December 28, 2007
As the executive editor of Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture, it is my honor to welcome our latest monthly columnist, a man who is already familiar to the readers of Taki’s Top Drawer: Taki Theodoracopulos. Starting with the January 2008 issue, which should be on newsstands by now and arriving in the mailboxes of subscribers, Taki will pen a hard-hitting monthly column entitled “Under the Black Flag.”
We’re pleased to have Taki aboard, and in honor of his new column, we’re offering the readers of Taki’s Top Drawer a special introductory rate to Chronicles: $19.99 for 12 issues. To take advantage of this special rate, simply call Cindy Link at (800) 383-0680 and mention the secret code: TAKI. (This offer, unfortunately, is not available to current subscribers, only new ones.)
For close to 15 years, we’ve weathered multiple postage-rate increases and rises in paper prices without increasing our subscription rates, but the latest increase (around 33 percent) forced on us by President Bush’s cronies on the Postal Board of Governors is too much to bear. By February 1, we’ll be raising our subscription rates across the board, and $24.99 will be the lowest introductory rate you’ll be able to find.
So if you’ve been thinking about subscribing to Chronicles, there’s never been a better time. We have (in my humble opinion) the best stable of regular columnists of any conservative magazine in America, and it just got better. (And in a few months, it may get even better still. How’s that for a teaser?)
Lock in your low rate now, and make sure you don’t miss a single column by Taki. And if you’re willing to subscribe for multiple years, simply mention that to Cindy, and she can set you up with a two- or three-year subscription that can help you beat President Bush’s inflation.
(BONUS: The first commenter who can explain why we’re calling Taki’s column “Under the Black Flag” will receive a free one-year subscription. Just make sure, when you leave your comment, to put your real e-mail address in the “Email Address” field so that I can contact you to get your physical address.)