Unlike journals with a much greater circulation, Echolocation isn’t distributed in university libraries through a database like EBSCO. Which is a shame, because emerging writers in Canada should be able to find and read our issues, for free, on the shelves of their college.
There’s one way you can easily help– if you’re afaculty member, current student, alumni, staff member or even an other (i.e. “community borrower”) of a university or college, you can go to the library page and find their “request a title” page. This really does help us generate interest from libraries’ journal acquisitions department.
We’ve made it even easier for you by posting the links to several libraries our distribution team is working hard to get us in. It takes less than a minute to click through and submit your request! We’ll be tweeting these links until the start of the school in the fall. If you have a link to add, please tweet us @echolocationmag or email us!
LIBRARIES THAT NEED US (They don’t know it yet, but they do!)
A reminder too, that we are currently on the shelves at the University of Toronto’s Robarts and Victoria College Libraries, Ryerson University Library and York University Library.
Echolocation wants in, and you can help us do that!