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Anthology of Nineteenth Century American Legal Poetry Published

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See what readers are saying about Fine Books’ return to print

I can’t express my delight that you are planning to return to a print format. Although your website is wonderful and easy to navigate, it just can’t replace holding the magazine in your hand.

Regards,
Richard Sica

I am so glad that you are bringing back your print magazine. I have been grateful for the e- version and blog, but it is not the same as settling down in an easy chair or reading myself to sleep with the magazine. I know that a lot of other publications are downsizing or going digital, but it just seemed wrong that a publication about books in print would not itself be in print.

Thanks so much.
Lois Jackson

I just received an email informing me of the magazine’s return to a print publication. As a former subscriber I am very glad to hear that, and I just completed my subscription to the new quarterly magazine … Frankly, I never expected the magazine to return to print. I am not one who enjoys reading online publications. So, I’m happy that you are able to return to print as it has been a long time between copies. So, looking forward to the first next copy, or the next first copy, or the new next first quarterly copy.

Best wishes,
Nicholas Harrell

I am very pleased to hear that you are once again publishing in hard copy. I will continue to use the website, of course. It’s very informative and top notch in every way. However, there are those odd times when I am away from my desk and would like to carry a copy of your magazine to read. Thank you.

Charles Bartman