The Natural Death Centre charity launches new free online magazine

Jan 21, 2013

 

Just six months after launching the fully revised fifth edition of the iconic Natural Death Handbook, the NDC has stepped into the world of online e-zines with the launch of their new bi-annual magazine, More To Death.

With the look and feel of a glossy publication, the new e-zine is packed with articles and features, with contributors including Charles Cowling, from the Good Funeral Guide, and Peter Owen-Jones, priest, author and TV presenter.

“We are so excited about bringing More to Death magazine to the public” said Rosie Inman-Cook, manager of the Natural Death Centre.

‘It is exactly as we hoped it would be, beautifully written and presented and full of interesting, thought provoking information on subjects as diverse as the rise in direct cremation, leaving your body to medical science, funeral pyres and Death Cafes,” she added.

With the costs of production covered by carefully selected advertising, Rosie and her small team hope that the new magazine will reach many thousands of internet readers.

“By sharing the link to the e-zine with anyone you know who will one day need to be informed about death, you could be helping change their experience for the better,” said Rosie. “We hope everyone who reads the magazine will want to tell others about it.”

The first edition of More To Death is available for free here:

http://issuu.com/moretodeath/docs/more_to_death_january_2013?mode=window

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