Massive Overheads Productions’ literary imprint, Seventy2One, is championing short stories via an ongoing series of single-story chapbooks. Collectible, and featuring original work from established and emerging authors, each book is 28 pages long and is published and delivered quarterly. These books will be produced in not-to-be-repeated print runs and are available via subscription from just £1.50 per month. Please read on for payment and delivery details.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FOLLOWING CHAPBOOKS ARE NOW FULLY SOLD OUT:
A Last Gift For My Father, by Antonia Honeywell
Ways To Fold A Swan, by Rachael Smart
If you are interested in subscribing to this series, please do so at any time and your subscription will commence with the next available chapbook. An annual subscription will always receive 4 chapbooks; a monthly subscription will always receive one chapbook per cycle of 3 monthly payments. Books are published in March (Spring), June (Summer), September (Autumn) and December (Winter).
A monthly subscription is £1.50 (UK ONLY):
An annual subscription is £18 (All Territories – additional postage rates apply to non-UK, see below):
Payments managed via PayPal. Each subscription will begin with the book closest to the third subscription payment in the case of monthly subscriptions, or when payment is received in the case of an annual subscription. An annual subscription shall comprise four books. Postage within mainland UK is included within the subscription price.
For territories outside of the UK, postage costs require a ‘double’ subscription to cover the additional mailing charges. If you would like to take out a subscription to an address outside of mainland UK, you will need to subscribe twice (2 x £18). We’re sorry if this seems expensive (we think it is, too!) but UK postal charges are something we have no control over. Thank you for your understanding. Please contact us at email@example.com, or via Twitter at @MassivOverheads with any questions. Thank you.
Sunburnt Saints. An anthology of climate fiction, featuring Astra Bloom, Ian Critchley, Salena Godden, Antonia Honeywell, Elisabeth Ingram Wallace, Andrew Leach, Giselle Leeb, Bernadette McBride, Carmen Marcus, Billy O’Callaghan, Alexandra Petropoulos, Sophie Ellen Powell, Victoria Richards, Jane Roberts, Rachael Smart, Matt Thomas, Mitelia Tribbitt, Chloe Turner, Anna Vaught, Katie Willis and James Woolf. Edited by Hannah Persaud.