Ordering a single issue is a great way for you to sample our magazine or purchase issues of particular interest to you. We’re more than happy for you to order a single issue, but note that we do not have an Amazon-like fulfillment house. We handle single issues ourselves out of our office and may be slow to process these orders, especially during summer or holidays. In addition, we ship via USPS media mail, which is, at best slow, and, at worst, terribly unreliable. We regret that we must ship via media mail, but it’s the only way that we can keep costs reasonable, as first-class mail and UPS charge nearly three times as much. We will ship again if you don’t receive your order within six weeks, but please be patient and wait to contact us until a reasonable time has passed.
Current single issues of The Florida Review are now available for $10 via credit card through the UCF Box Office (scroll down to the current issue at the bottom of the page). The two issues most recently published issues (within the year) are considered current. Rather than one issue, however, we encourage you to order a subscription with the current issue clearly marked as your start issue (otherwise, we start subscriptions with the next issue).
Back issues are less expensive ($8 for single issue, $10 for double issue) than the current issue and are a great teaching tool, as well as offering those interesting in submitting a way to get to know our magazine. Please see our Issues page for content information about individual issues and go directly to specific issues for credit card purchase through UCF’s Box Office system.
You may also order via USPS mail and check/money order payment using the Back Issues Order Form.
In addition, we offer the following discounts and options:
- For bulk orders of 10 or more copies of a back issue for use with a class or writing/reading group, we offer discounts on shipping. Please contact us at email@example.com.
- For Florida Review authors who wish to order additional contributor copies, please contact us for an author discount.
- If you are researching a particular Florida Review author and would like a copy of that person’s work, we recommend that you contact the author first. If that’s not possible, please let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org), and we will do our best to send you a PDF of the individual piece. However, this will be for your personal use only, and we will ask that you not violate the author’s copyright by further distribution.