Get the upcoming MAKE, Volume 20, for .99, shipped!
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You know how, on those reality romance shows, every week, they say: “Get ready for the most exciting rose ceremony, ever!” Yeah, we don’t know anything about that either, but that’s what we hear they say.

Anyhoo… we probably sound the same, heralding each issue of MAKE as the best, most exciting issue EVER! But this upcoming issue (due on newsstands middle of Nov) REALLY is. I mean, look, it’s got Adam Freakin’ Savage on the cover! It’s the “Kids of All Ages” issue, and who among us doesn’t relate to that? There’s a hydrogen rocket project, a laser in a lunchbox, plans for building a motorized, Arduino-powered phenakistoscope, an homage to maker toys of the 1960s, and a how-to on toilet-training your cat. A what? Okay, maybe that’s not our finest moment. But look, it’s Adam Savage!

If you want to pre-order a copy of Volume 20, and you do so in the Maker Shed before Oct 31st, the shipping is only one cent. That’s the best issue of MAKE ever, for only $14.99.

If you want to subscribe to MAKE, here’s an offer to get five issues for the price of four.

6 thoughts on “Get the upcoming MAKE, Volume 20, for $14.99, shipped!

  1. I love it that Make magazine is doing a magazine for kids! I am fourteen and love make magazine. I find it wonderful that there are other kids in the world who do other things that watch tv and play videogames! Thank you Make Magazine!

    1. I’m 30, and I love hearing that there are 14-year-olds who love Make!

      I just wish Make was around when I was your age…and that my Mom would have been less condescending and over-protective…

      Three cheers for the youth who love to tinker (and their parents who encourage it)!

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Gareth Branwyn is a freelance writer and the former Editorial Director of Maker Media. He is the author or editor of over a dozen books on technology, DIY, and geek culture. He is currently a contributor to Boing Boing, Wink Books, and Wink Fun. And he has a new best-of writing collection and “lazy man’s memoir,” called Borg Like Me.

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