Wednesday, September 26, 2018

November 2018 issue preview

Here's a look at the cover of the next Informer issue (available late October 2018).

  • Baby Face Nelson and the 'Tape Bandits' by Jeffery S. King. 
  • Dope and duplicity in 1930s Albany (conviction and execution of Anna Antonio) by Ellen Poulsen. 
  • 'He's coming to take me to the chair' (Petrosino frees convicted killer) by Thomas Hunt. 
  • Interview: Christian Cipollini. 
  • Book Reviews: Behind the Murder Curtain, Ghost: My Thirty Years as an FBI Undercover Agent. 
  • Book Notes: Inspector Oldfield and the Black Hand Society, Carmine the Snake, Chasing Dillinger. 
  • Warner Files: Who killed Sam Giancana? by Richard N. Warner. 
  • Just One More Thing: Wherefore art thou, Romeo? (New Orleans lynch victim Frank Romeo) by Thomas Hunt.

Monday, June 11, 2018

Next issue: November 2018

The next issue of Informer: The History of American Crime and Law Enforcement is scheduled for release in the fall of 2018.

Final deadline for article submission is August 17. If you would like to have an article considered for publication in this issue, please contact as soon as possible.

Contact to place an order for a display advertisement in this issue.

Early ad deadline is July 20, 2018. Discount of 1/3 off the standard price will be awarded if print-ready advertisement is received and paid for by this early deadline. Discounted pricing: Full page $78; Half page $40; Quarter page $24.

Final ad deadline is September 28, 2018. Print-ready advertisement must be received and paid for by this date in order to appear in the issue. Standard pricing: Full page $117; Half page $60; Quarter page $36.

Ad dimensions (300 dpi resolution required):

  • Full page 7.75 ins wide and 10.25 ins tall.
  • Full page full-bleed 8.25 ins wide and 10.75 ins tall with no text within 0.25 in (75 pixels) of the edge.
  • Half page 7.75 ins wide and 5 ins tall. 
  • Quarter page 3.75 ins wide and 5 ins tall. 

Scheduled issue release date is November 9, 2018. The issue will be available in print and electronic editions through the online MagCloud service.