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Subscription / Proposed pricing

Besides publishing The Page, The Public Press will publish books and (one day) a periodical -- all related to the delicious, pleasurable, enjoyable, fulfilling world of sustainable living -- but first, we mean to establish The Page as the printed equivalent to that cup of shade-grown, fair traded, organic mocha java.

One day ... $0.99
One month ... $4.95
One year ... $9.95
One lifetime* ... $50.00
*'One lifetime' is defined as from now until when you tell us to stop contacting you, or when we decide to abandon 'ship.'
If this happens before the end of 2005, your $25 will be refunded in full.
I know what you're saying...

'But Stephen, that's 4 cents a day or less! You'll never get rich with such low prices.' Heh-heh-heh. There is so much pent-up demand for honest publishing, in three years we'll be rolling in dough!

One of our major revenue sources will be commissions on books and cool products featured. This is a win-win for everyone.

Part of our fiendish plan is to give the people featured in The Page unresticted use of the page for their personal use. They will be encouraged to email it to everyone in their address books. We will also encourage people to nominate future interviewees. These are a few of the grassroots techniques we will employ to grow the network of people who read The Page of The Public Press.

Subjects covered
will include:
  • Access to tools
  • Travel
  • Livelihood
  • Money
  • Shelter
  • Stories and tunes
Each issue of The Page will also contain information from and about our partners, an eclectic group who share our values and mission. These messages will contain special offers and tidbits of hard to find information. They will also be a constant reminder that you are outside of the mass media and the mainstream business world.


The Public Press exists to publish (to 'make public') information that protects free speech and promotes the public welfare. We accept no advertising, but exist through the generosity and support of our readers and partners. We hope you will join us in making this a successful venture.

Michael Potts, webster
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