Frequently Asked Questions

When will I be charged for future issues? +

Subscribers should see a charge come through on or around October 1 and April 1. While the timing of finalizing and printing issues always varies a bit, we aim to send your copy out to you within a few weeks of the charge coming through.

How can I change my address or billing information? +

You should be able to access your account at the following link to update your address or billing information (https://inkindmagazine.com/a/subscriptions/login). We’re also happy to assist on our end. Send a note to edit@inkindmagazine.com, and we’ll get you sorted.

How can I cancel my subscription? +

The below link will let you amend your account, including canceling your subscription. If you run into any issues, send us a note at edit@inkindmagazine.com, and we can handle from our end. https://inkindmagazine.com/a/subscriptions/login

My issue hasn’t arrived—what should I do? +

Let us know! Most issues are sent via USPS, and while they’re typically reliable, we have seen issues go missing (with or without tracking that says “in transit” for weeks—not helpful). Be patient—the transit time quoted by USPS is roughly 2-8 business days—but if something has started to feel amiss, send us a note at edit@inkindmagazine.com. We will check details on our end and get a new copy out to you if it seems hopeless.

Can I give a subscription or a single issue as a gift? +

Of course (and thank you—we’re flattered!). Enter the recipient’s name and address in the shipping section with your information as the purchaser. If you’d like us to pop a handwritten note in with their copy, we are more than happy to do so. Email us at edit@inkindmagazine.com with any thoughts on what you’d like us to say.

What issue will my subscription start with? +

Subscriptions start with our current issue. If it’s the month when a new issue is being printed/released, your subscription will start with that one (i.e., a subscription placed on October 1 will start with the issue being sent out that month—even if it is still in production/has not arrived from the printer).

Where’s issue no. 1? Can I order a copy? +

Unfortunately, not. What we refer to as issue no. 1 was actually Leah’s “Leah’zine,” a super indie, super homespun, super DIY project she crafted herself. It’s what kicked off In Kind, helping us to see there was an audience for this kind of content.