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About Us

Welcome to the luminous and cheery world of Current Affairs.

Our Story

Current Affairs was launched by roommates Oren Nimni and Nathan J. Robinson via a Kickstarter campaign in 2015, which promised “a new print magazine of political analysis, satire, and entertainment” that would “bring wit, color, and verve back to print media!” With $16,607 of their $10,000 goal raised, the magazine Current Affairs was born!

 

Since that successful Kickstarter campaign, Current Affairs has been entirely supported by subscriptionspurchases, and donations from readers. No large corporate donors, no opaque foundations, and no advertisements have contributed to Current Affairs. We have expanded to include a podcast, which is entirely funded by generous Patreon donors, a News Briefing, and videos.

 

Current Affairs Inc is registered with the Internal Revenue Services as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with EIN 83-1675720. Gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. If you are interested in helping to fund our work, or know of individuals and organizations who would be, please email editor@currentaffairs.org.

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Current Affairs was launched by roommates Oren Nimni and Nathan J. Robinson via a Kickstarter campaign in 2015, which promised “a new print magazine of political analysis, satire, and entertainment” that would “bring wit, color, and verve back to print media!” With $16,607 of their $10,000 goal raised, the magazine Current Affairs was born!

 

Since that successful Kickstarter campaign, Current Affairs has been entirely supported by subscriptionspurchases, and donations from readers. No large corporate donors, no opaque foundations, and no advertisements have contributed to Current Affairs. We have expanded to include a podcast, which is entirely funded by generous Patreon donors, a News Briefing, and videos.

 

Current Affairs Inc is registered with the Internal Revenue Services as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with EIN 83-1675720. Gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. If you are interested in helping to fund our work, or know of individuals and organizations who would be, please email editor@currentaffairs.org.

Contact Us

Submit a pitch

Pitches for articles, amusements, and illustrator portfolios may be submitted here. Emailed pitches will be ignored. Please consider reviewing our Writers Guide in advance.

 

Manage your subscription

You can manage your subscription, change your email or physical address, opt into or out of auto-renew, and download digital issues of the magazine by logging into the Current Affairs website! Simply click the Sign In button in the top right corner of the site and log in using your email or password. You can reset your password by clicking the “I have forgotten my password” link in this window.

 

Place an ad in current affairs

You can’t. Nor a “sponsored post.” Or a sponsored hyperlink. We do not place ads anywhere on our website, except for the spare humorous and visually pleasing ad extolling our own products. Don’t email us about ads or sponsorships. Please unsubscribe us from your lists.

 

Email

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Location

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Current Affairs

300 Lafayette St. #210

New Orleans, LA 70130