Monday, May 18, 2020

The Morbid Anatomy Online Journal at Patreon

Dear esteemed Morbid Anatomy Readers:

This is a post to let you know that we have officially moved our blogging operations to a new platform, at Patreon. Many of our posts there are free. We also have a number of recorded lectures, interviews, illustrated articles, virtual tours. and more for our $5/month members. You can see a full table of contents here. You can visit the page here. We also have a new website where you can see our upcoming events and classes; you can see that here.

More on the Morbid Anatomy online journal below. To celebrate our birthday, we are offering special gifts for members at higher levels, again, more on which below.

Hope to "see" you there, and hope you are your loved ones are safe and as well and content as can be.
We launched the Morbid Anatomy Online Journal on Patreon just a little over a year ago. Today, it contains over one hundred and fifty posts, including dozens of video and audio recordings of our popular lectures, scores of exclusive interviews, and a rich variety of illustrated essays and virtual tours by our staff and guest writers from around the world. We are also adding recored lectures, new interviews, and illustrated articles every week. A good amount of the this content is free—including our Pandemic series, in which we share content touching on historical plagues and their related cultures, as a tacit reminder that This Too Will Pass. Full access to content is available for only $5 a month/$60 a year. 
To celebrate our (kind of) birthday, we are offering a special gift. Subscribers at 10$ a month (or above) level--or those who become so before June 15--will receive their very own framable Plague Charm, in the form of a 6 X 9 archival print of this wonderful Wellcome Collection amulet against plague seen above, featuring the holy wounds of Christ (US subscribers will ship on July 15; international on September 15, after three months of membership). 
For those who subscribe at $50 a month (or greater) or do so by June 15 will receive the plague print detailed above. They will also receive, for added protection, a framable 18 X 16 archival giclée print of Puebla, Mexico’s powerful miracle working Santo Niño Cieguito, from a photo our founder and creative director Joanna Ebenstein, bottom image; (US subscribers will ship on July 15; international on September 15, after three months of membership).

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