The St. Augustine’s Press Publisher’s Council provides a way for readers to collaborate with the Press in the publication of exceptional works that draw from, illuminate, and advance Western civilization.
Associate members of the Publisher’s Council give between $100 and $499 annually to help St. Augustine’s Press fulfill its mission. They receive one free new St. Augustine’s Press title each year. Those who give $250 receive an additional free new title—for a total of two per year.
Full members of the Publisher’s Council give at least $500, annually. They partner with St. Augustine’s in a special way to preserve the Western tradition. In a rapidly changing publishing world in which there are few outlets for serious yet accessible works of nonfiction, members of the Publisher’s Council are truly integral to the press’s operations and its ability to impact culture.
All full members of the Publisher’s Council receive the following:
- Free copies of three new St. Augustine’s Press titles each year.
- Special discounts on St. Augustine’s Press titles—even deeper than those given through the St. Augustine’s Book Club, in which all Publisher’s Council members are automatically enrolled.
- Free subscription to St. Austin Review.
- Annual, private publisher’s report on the state of the press and industry, forthcoming titles and series, and other internal matters.
- Recognition on the St. Augustine’s Press website.
Members who give at the $1,000 level receive all of the above, as well as:
- Two additional free copies of new St. Augustine’s Press titles.
- Free gift subscription to St. Austin Review.
- Invitations to participate on semi-annual conference calls with St. Augustine’s Press editor in chief Bruce Fingerhut and St. Augustine’s authors.
- An author-signed copy of one St. Augustine’s Press title each year.
Members who give at the $5,000 level receive all of the above, as well as:
- Invitation to the private St. Augustine’s Press Dinner in December.
- Invitation to help shape the future of the press by participating in a private annual meeting with Bruce Fingerhut and selected members of the press’s advisory board.