I’m very excited to announce the launch of a project that has been literally months in the making. Meet The WPCandy Quarterly, our print magazine for WordPress enthusiasts. The Quarterly will be published four times yearly (hence the name) and be filled to the brim with exclusive articles from minds throughout the WordPress community.
The WPCandy Quarterly is immediately available for pre-order.
Why a Quarterly publication?
Quite simply: I want to read a WordPress-specific magazine and hold it in my hands. Like many of you, I love toying/learning/reading/talking about WordPress. But we don’t have a regular print publication of our own yet; we’re lacking a WordPress-focused magazine. Well, we were lacking one.
That’s why the Quarterly is a real print magazine that will ship to your door so you can hold it in your hands. It’s the perfect opportunity for pulling together relevant, timely articles from brilliant members of the WordPress community. It’s chock full of articles, completely ad-free, and will be delivered to your door every January, April, July and October.
You can have one of the first issues of the Quarterly by pre-ordering.
Brilliant minds in the first issue
The first issue of the Quarterly is bringing together a dozen awesome contributors from all corners of the WordPress community. In this first issue are:
- Ben Balter,
- Chip Bennett,
- Brian Richards,
- Ben Gillbanks,
- Gautam Gupta,
- Dan Milward,
- Mike McAlister,
- Andy Stratton,
- Justin Tadlock,
- Noel Tock, and
- Pippin Williamson
And that’s just one issue. You can read more about what they’ve written over on the Quarterly section of the site.
Pre-order the Quarterly today
In order to gauge interest and order the right number of issues in the first print run, we’re running a pre-order for the next two weeks. If you’re interested in this project, and want to hold a copy in your hands, head over to the pre-order page.
All pre-orders will arrive before we begin taking regular orders, so you’ll literally be one of the first people to have the Quarterly.
You should probably go pre-order an issue now.