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As we plow into another week of our subscription drive (which we're running until June 15), I thought it a good time to pop back into this space and give you an update. We still need about 1,200 more subscribers to reach our goal, so will you please subscribe today and make sure that No Depression's beautiful reader-supported print journal can keep printing.
If you subscribe now, you'll receive a copy of the Summer 2017 issue, "Over Yonder," which is full of great stories about roots music around the world:
+ Abigail Washburn, Hanggai, and China's underground music scene
+ How David Broza is using folk music to bring together Israelis and Palestinians
+ A conversation with Angelique Kidjo
+ Lau's innovative approach to traditional Scottish music
+ Exploring Argentine music with Richard Shindell
+ The all-girl traditional Afghan music of Ensemble Zohra
... and so much more
You'll also receive a copy of our Fall 2017 issue, which I've just begun working on. Stories are coming in about Big Mama Thornton, Ruthie Foster, the women of the Carter Family, an oral history of Trio (Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, and Emmylou Harris), and more. Caitlin Cary (Whiskeytown) is working on her needlepoint interpretation of a beautiful portrait of Elizabeth Cotten, and Canadian singer-songwriter Kaia Kater is composing the book's closing essay, about why we need to tell the stories of the women who helped lay the foundation for this music we all love.
I'm excited about that issue, and I think you'll enjoy it. I think you'll also enjoy all the other great issues we're cooking up -- you'll get all of them, for as long as you're subscribed, at just $6 per month (cancel anytime). You can make sure you receive all of them off the printer by subscribing today for just $6 per month. Think about whether you'd be willing to skip one pint of craft beer a month to make sure something beautiful like the No Depression journal can keep the great stories coming. Think about how happy Keb' Mo' looks to be reading a copy of ND. That could be you, if you subscribe now.