Next Big Futures, the monthly magazine of women’s and gender-based magazines and other digital publications, has gone digital.
It launched the month of September with a $25 gift card, and now has more than 1,500 titles.
Here are some of the best of the month:• The New York Times: “The New York City Museum of Art is the latest institution to embrace digital as a medium for publishing content that explores our most important subjects.
The magazine will be available to download from the New York public library, while its digital version will also be available for purchase at the museum’s website.”• New York Magazine: “This month’s issue is a great way to kick off the month.
There’s so much to explore in the magazine that it will be a great introduction to new content as we begin to get into the fall.
In the meantime, you can find the latest from New York in the fall issue of New York magazine.”• Time Out New York: “Time Out New Yorks is an all-digital publication with a focus on art and culture that focuses on the intersections of gender, race, and culture.
The issue will be delivered through the library’s online archives.”• The Atlantic: “From the cover to the bottom of the issue, you’ll find a wide variety of diverse artists from the worlds of film and music, as well as new voices in the arts.
And while we don’t get to see the whole collection, we will be following the magazine as it releases its full content in the next couple of weeks.
So get ready to be immersed in this unique time in the history of the magazine.
The Atlantic will be offering an exclusive preview of the full issue on October 3.”
The magazine’s first issue will also come with a digital download of all its content, with the digital version available to purchase through the New York library.
The digital version of the article will be limited to 10 pages, and will cost $19.99, with a free digital copy of the next issue available for free to all subscribers.
The magazine also has a full digital catalog, and subscribers will also have access to an archive of all past issues, with all issues available for download for a discounted price.
The subscription fee is $39.99 per month, or $24.99 for members of the digital subscription.
The Atlantic and Time Out have said the digital edition will be an ongoing offering for the magazine, and they will offer a digital copy every month for subscribers to the subscription service.
The print edition of the same magazine is available to subscribers at the same price.
The New Yorker also said the magazine will continue to offer digital subscriptions, and that its digital edition is a limited-edition print edition that is available for sale through the internet.
The online version of New Yorker will also launch this month, with subscriptions starting at $14.99 a month.
For subscribers, the magazine also offers a full archive of the magazines past issues.
The company has said the new digital edition of The New Yorker magazine will offer all of its content for free, with subscription fees of $39 a month or $34 a year.
The company also said it will continue offering its existing digital editions through the public library.
This article originally appeared on Fortune.com.
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