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About Carapace

Carapace is a poetry magazine published in Cape Town, South Africa. Its editor is Gus Ferguson (“your humble savant”), who spends a lot of time dwelling on the fact that the economics of poetry fail to adhere to standard market paradigms, in that the supply of poets always seems to outstrip the demand from subscribers.

Carapace information:

  • Editorial address: 5 Green Hill Close, Fish Hoek, 7975 SOUTH AFRICA
  • SA subscriptions: R250 for 6 issues
  • Overseas subscriptions: R350 for 6 issues
  • Payment by post: PO Box 12020 Mill St, 8010 SOUTH AFRICA
    Please make cheques/postal orders out to SNAILPRESS.
  • Electronic payments can be made to SNAILPRESS, Standard Bank Thibault Square, Branch Code 020909, Account No. 070 826 099. Please use “Cara subs” as the reference AND NB include your name! Please fax/email confirmation of payment to (021) 461 9807 / jjf@userfriendly.co.za.
  • UK subscribers only: Please deposit £30 into the following account:
    Bank: Santander
    Sort code: 09-06-66
    Account name: User Friendly
    Account no: 41198284
    Please ensure that your name appears as a reference for the deposit, so that we can tie it to your subscription.
 

Recent comments:

  • Ben - Editor
    Ben - Editor
    January 23rd, 2010 @17:22 #
     
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    Hi NHermann

    Looks like that email might have changed, but not by much: try jjf@ instead of jif@.

    Tks

    B

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  • <a href="http://mysite.mweb.co.za/residents/mumble/" rel="nofollow">Michael Rolfe</a>
    Michael Rolfe
    May 26th, 2011 @20:31 #
     
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    style="BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">

    Its editor is Gus Ferguson (“your humble savant”), who spends a lot of time dwelling on the fact that the economics of poetry fail to adhere to standard market paradigms, in that the supply of poets always seems to outstrip the demand from subscribers.

    New Contrast

    now only accepts submissions from subscribers; this seems economically sensible.

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