A Special Offer: The Transom + The Spectator
Do sign up, you won't regret it
As you all probably know, about a year ago I was happy to join The Spectator as editor-at-large of their U.S. edition. It’s a wonderful place to work, and the print magazine is beautiful, with excellent and entertaining pieces. I get the Books & Arts section the same time as any subscriber, and find myself engrossed in the writing, laughing as I read. It reminds me of the golden age of magazines I read as a teenager, with perspective and punch you just don’t find any more.
Obviously I link my own writing there as well as a ton from my colleagues in every edition of The Transom. But between Substacks and magazines and newspapers and streaming services, we’re all paying a lot for content these days.
I wanted to offer you something more as a loyal subscriber to this newsletter, which thousands of you have now been for a decade — I know, I’m even more crotchety and paranoid now that I have daughters! You deserve something good.
So I reached out to the magazine’s corporate team about it. And now I’ve got an offer for you that I personally think would be crazy to pass up:
Go to The Spectator subscribe page here, and use the code “transom”.
This code will give you an extra three free months on your Digital or Print + Digital subscription.
Normally subscribers get one free month when they sign up. But as a Transom subscriber already, you’re going to get three more on top of that — four months free in total!
Now if you’re just a Digital subscriber, that’s fine — some people are very modern, and don’t like dead tree content. But if I were you, I’d sign up for Print + Digital. The print magazine — here’s all the content from the February edition — is just a joy to hold in your hands, to sit back in a comfortable chair and consume with an adult beverage and a cigar. Or with Waffle House coffee and hash browns.
So go to The Spectator subscribe page here, and use the code “transom” now so you won’t miss an issue.
Trust me, you’re going to love this magazine. And thank you as always for reading The Transom.