Boston Review is a magazine of ideas, independent and nonprofit. They cover lots of ground—politics, poetry, film, fiction, book reviews, and criticism. But a few premises tie it all together: that democracy depends on public discussion; that sometimes understanding means going deep; that vast inequalities are unjust; that human imagination breaks free from neat political categories; and that powerful images are worth piles of words.
Now you can reach this influential readership
with a Co-Op advertisement.
Outskirts Press handles all the details for its authors.
Co-Op Advertising allows you to secure premium, full-color exposure for your book in a high-quality trade publication for a minimal amount of money. Your book will occupy a 2″ x 2″ space along with other Outskirts Press titles within a full-color ad. Your ad space will include a full color cover image, an abbreviated synopsis, the ISBN, and retail price of the book. All books will include retail and wholesale ordering information.
Here’s the full-color author co-op ad appearing
in the May/June issue of the Boston Review: