After the huge success of our Digital Revolution fundraising campaign – successful thanks to the amazing support of readers like you – we’ve finally launched our slick and shiny new website.
The small Red Pepper team has been working hard to transfer over content, mend broken links, and test out navigation tools – work that takes time. If you’re noticing that there’s a few archive articles missing, don’t worry, they are not lost forever! We’re just making sure they look great before posting them back up here.
Subscribers can of course continue to enjoy our FULL digital archive – another brilliant resource created thanks to your support for our Digital Revolution fundraising campaign. Now, all subscribers have fully referenced and searchable access to nearly 30 years of Red Pepper spread across over 240 back issues!
If you’ve not had chance to explore our digital archive yet, or just want to revisit one of your favourite pieces, please see this guide on how to access it via our publishing partner, Exact Editions.
We’re excited to hear what you think, even as you bear with us while we iron out a few remaining bugs and glitches in the system! If you spot anything that’s not working as it should be, or you have general feedback to share on our new look and feel, please do not hesitate to let us know – see details below.
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