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Hobby World again launched a fundraiser for the magazine "World of Fiction"

Daily news from the world of mobile devices MobileDevice.ru 19.12.2019 at 16:12

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Thanks to last year's crowdfunding campaign that managed to gather more than 5 million rubles, managed to keep the paper version of the magazine "World of fiction". The editors and publisher of the project will continue to produce the magazine in paper format, therefore, announce the new company to raise funds on the site CrowdRepublic.ru. The money will go to the regular fees to authors and illustrators of the publication, as well as support for YouTube and Twitch channels and website updates mirf.ru.

the campaign participants are invited to choose two subscription options — for six and 12 months. Unlike last year's campaign, during which subscribers receive nine standard rooms and three special issues, in 2020, the publisher plans to produce 12 magazines and three thick rooms: "Fantastic 2010-e: results of the decade", "the Best works of cyberpunk" and an issue, which is in development.

an Additional incentive will be a graphic novel from the Graphic Novel Adventures, which all receive a free who sign up for a year. This book is a game where you have depending on decisions to go to a specific Chapter. Publisher Hobby World in 2020 will release five such books in the Russian language.

"last year we announced the start of the campaign after the closure of the magazine, but readers surprised us, having invested more than five million rubles in the restart project, - says the chief editor of "World of Fiction" Sergey serebryanskiy. - The secret of the popularity of the magazine is a unique approach combining fantasy and science fiction in all forms, excellent authors, many of whom with us for more than ten years, unique things that nobody else writes. Next year we will continue in the same spirit."