Fortnight is back
50 years after it was launched in 1970, an 80 page edition in a new format will be published on 25th September both in a printed version and free on line from our reinstated Fortnight website.
The issue will focus on some possible political and economic futures for Northern Ireland and how any changes might be debated and implemented. There will also be extended contributions on current cultural and arts developments in the North and some information for potential new readers and supporters on the past history and contribution of the magazine from its initial launch until publication was suspended in 2012. Our aim is to continue to publish issues digitally, and perhaps also in printed versions, from time to time on key political, economic, cultural and arts developments in the North.
If you wish to support this new start you can order an advance printed copy or register for further or continuing information on our new website. Advance orders for the new printed issue will be handled by No Alibis at 83 Botanic Avenue, Belfast BT7 1JL as sole distributors. This will cost £10 for collection at the shop plus postage for those sent out to your address – the No Alibis website is noalibis.com.
Alternatively you can transfer advance payment to the Fortnight Publications Ltd account at the Ulster Bank (sort code 98-00-60 acc. no. 13078431) at a standard fee of £10 per copy. But for this option you must also send details of your name and address to us using the contact form on this website.