Has Borders and Barnes & Noble Quit Carrying LJ?

Greetings all,

I am used to picking up my monthly edition of LJ at either Borders or B&N, depending on where I am at on any given day of the month, but this month, I can't find it at any Borders or B&N and no one at the store can offer any explanation. I finally tracked down the December issue today at a local bookstore that is pretty far away from my normal travels. So does anyone know what it up?


P.S. Yes, I know I should subscribe, but circumstances do not allow that right now.

Me too

Anonymous's picture

I noticed this too. I'm hoping to see it again soon at my favorite book stores.

Someone drop the ball here?

We are still being carried

Mark Irgang's picture

I am sorry that you were unable to find Linux Journal at these chains, but I promise we are still being carried at both Barnes & Noble and Borders.

Hopefully this either signals that our issue has sold out or perhaps there was a delay in shipping due to the holidays. Regardless, if you ever see that store is out of Linux Journal, please let them know that you were looking for a copy and request that they increase there monthly order.

Check out the current offer we are running, CLICK HERE If you subscribe, you can save up to 65% on home delivery.

If you do end up ordering, send me an email and I will hook you up with something extra.

Mark Irgang is Associate Publisher at Linux Journal

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