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Update: A Message to Our Readers Regarding FANGORIA #345

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With the New Year upon us, we’re bidding adieu to a 2015 full of changes on the FANGORIA scene—changes that have led to a delay in the arrival of our latest issue. But rest assured, Fango #345 is almost here.

The last few months of 2015 saw the sudden departure of Chris Alexander, with Michael Gingold stepping up to the editor-in-chief position, plus other staff changes, our fulfillment house being absorbed by another and, most significantly, the closing down of our distributor, which had shipped the magazine to stores nationwide. We’re in the midst of nailing down a new distributor, which will allow us to get Fango #345 to our extremely patient fans this month. We would like to offer here our sincerest apologies to our many readers, and we hope you’ll bear with us as we get FANGORIA back on track and into your hands. Rest assured, #345—and the issues to follow—will be worth the wait.

Frankly, this is not the way FANGORIA had intended our 2016 to begin, and we share our disappointment with the horror community we serve. We had many plans for our December and January issues that fell by the wayside due to circumstances beyond our control, and rest assured, the entire FANGORIA staff is working harder than ever to make 2016 our best yet. We also have impending announcements regarding the FANGORIA International Online Film Festival, STARLOG and GOREZONE for the coming weeks, but for now we are, most of all, committed to providing an excellent product to our readership as soon as possible.

In the meantime, we have decided to provide subscribers of FANGORIA and GOREZONE with free digital copies of issues #345 and #35, respectively. While the physical versions will be arriving soon, you can read the latest issues of our publications by contacting FANGORIA at Digital@FANGORIA.com with your valid subscription information. FANGORIA would like to thank our loyal readers for their patience in this matter, and we hope that the problems that plagued our 2015 are dead and buried.

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