This month, Neon turns nine. That’s right; the magazine has been publishing for nine straight years without a break. Forty issues, three chapbooks, numerous broadsides and pamphlets; over one-thousand-seven-hundred pages of poetry, prose, photography and textual experimentation.
To celebrate Neon‘s birthday, I’ll be giving away a free copy of the magazine. To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is like this status on Facebook, retweet / favourite this update on Twitter, or +1 this post on Google Plus. The winner will be contacted around the 27th of this month.
With only one more year to go until Neon has been in existence for a decade, I have no plans to stop publishing anytime soon. If you’d like to join me and find out where Neon is going in the future, why not subscribe for a year or two? By doing so you’ll help ensure that Neon will be around not just next year, but for many years to come as well.