Where can I buy 91 Magazine?
Can I buy back issues of 91 Magazine?
You will find the available print versions of back issues on our online shop. If you cannot find an issue in print there we are unfortunately sold out. But, all of our editions from 2016 onwards are available in digital format.
Sometimes our stockists may have print back issues that we have sold out of, so it is worth having a look at their online stores too. You will find our stockists listed here.
Can I subscribe to 91 Magazine?
Yes, and it makes each issue slightly cheaper when you do! Although, please be aware we do not offer an auto-renewing subscription. Our current subscription option allows you to subscribe for a year – which includes two issues. We recommend you take note of which issues your subscription includes to ensure you do not accidentally overlap. Once you have received the two editions of your subscription, you will have to purchase a new two issue subscription. Subscribe to 91 Magazine here.
Can I cancel my 91 Magazine subscription?
We do not offer an auto-renewing subscription, so there should not be any need to cancel your subscription as we currently only offer a two-issue subscription. For this reason we cannot cancel subscriptions.
My magazine order hasn’t arrived. What should I do?
We generally post website orders using Royal Mail second class, so for UK deliveries you should receive your order within around 3 days, but sometimes it can take longer. If your order hasn’t arrived within 10 days we recommend:
- Double checking the address you entered on your order. We cannot be held responsible if when ordering, the delivery address was entered incorrectly or missing any part of the address. In this case, we are unable to send a replacement, and the customer will be required to place a new order with the correct address information.
- checking with your neighbours in case your delivery has been left with them. If not, then please do get in touch and we can help to resolve the issue.
International orders – depending on where you are in the world, orders can take anywhere from 1 week to 6 weeks to arrive. Please be patient, and be aware your country’s customs office may be holding your delivery until customs fees have been paid. You will find more information about international deliveries on our Deliveries and Returns page.
My magazine has arrived damaged. What should I do?
Our magazines are generally packaged in hardback cardboard envelopes or in larger padded envelopes for multiple issue orders. On rare occasions, magazines can get damaged in transit. If you are unhappy with the condition your magazine has arrived in, please take some photos of the magazine and any damage to the packaging and contact us at [email protected]
How can I advertise with you?
Is advertising in 91 Magazine expensive?
We aim to cater for small businesses who we know have smaller marketing budgets, so we have kept our pricing affordable and offer a variety of options so you can build a package that is right for you. Prices start at just £75 and our team will work closely with you to find the right solution for you. Get in touch to request our media kit and pricing. More details can be found here.
Is advertising in print magazines still worth it?
We believe advertising your brand in a small, niche magazine is very valuable. Our readers love discovering independent businesses within the magazine, and as we only allocate a small amount of pages to ads, readers are not overwhelmed with ads, and enjoy seeing the brands included.
You can read more about this topic in a blog post from our editor Caroline, who spoke to some of our regular advertisers and readers about their thoughts on advertising with us. Read the post here.
Do you offer corporate discount?
We think it’s a great idea to reward your staff with little treats from time to time! If you’d like to treat your employees to copies of 91 Magazine or one of our gift sets or gift boxes, we are happy to offer a discount on bulk orders. Please do get in touch for a quote and details on minimum orders.
If you run a hairdressers, a holiday rental or Airbnb, a cafe or another venue where you do not wish to sell copies of 91 Magazine, but would like to offer them to your patrons to enjoy during their stay/visit, then please get in touch for details on minimum orders and bulk order discounts.
How can I get featured in 91 Magazine?
The main focus of our editorial content in the magazine is on creative spaces – homes, studios, cafes, shops and other inspirational interiors. We are always looking for spaces of creative people and those who run their own small business, as we love to tell their story alongside showcasing their interiors. If you feel your space is suitable, then please get in touch and share some images of your interiors with us. You can submit info and images to us here.
We don’t feature a lot of ‘product’ within the magazine, but we do feature interviews with makers, designers and creatives on our blog. We require great photography to be supplied if we are to feature you and your work on the blog and please consider whether what you do fits with our aesthetic. You can send us some information along with a selection of images via email to be reviewed, and if we feel you and your work are a good fit, we will be in touch. Again, you can contact us via this page.
If you would like to share your products or services with 91 Magazine then you might also want to consider advertising with us. Find more details on this here.
How can I contribute to 91 Magazine?
We are always open to working with new photographers, writers or illustrators here at 91 Magazine. We do pay our contributors, but please be aware that our budget is limited.
Please take time to consider whether your work is a good fit with our aesthetic and style by spending some time getting to know our content.
You can find more information about contributing here.
I’d love to publish my own independent magazine. Have you got any advice?
Publishing an independent magazine can be very rewarding and lots of fun, but it is extremely hard work! There is a lot to know, from content planning, working with contributors, understanding design and editing, printing, distribution, legal issues and more. Making sure you have the skills and knowledge required is essential, it is not as easy as it looks!
If you would like some one-to-one advice and guidance in launching your own print magazine, then our editor Caroline offers online consultations. Her expertise is in lifestyle publishing – interiors, craft, creativity, slow living, women, small business etc, but she is open to discussing your project before confirming if she is the best person to help you.
Find more information on these independent publishing consultations here.
Can you recommend any good photographers?
We believe great photography is essential for any small business, especially if you have an online presence (and who doesn’t these days?!) It is one of the best investments you can make in your business, so we are happy to recommend photographers to you so you can work with someone great to produce some excellent imagery for your business.
Our editor Caroline has put together a handy list of 25 small business photographers based in the UK, which you can read here.