Peace Magazine

The project is sponsored by Peace Magazine, edited by Metta Spencer, an emeritus professor of sociology, University of Toronto, with the assistance of Adam Wynne. The editorial board consists of
Yusur Al Bahrani, John Bacher, Kaushal Bhatt, Michaela Ehring, Subir Guin, Stephen Riggins, Ronald Shirtliff, Evnur Taran, and Adam Wynne.  Joanna Santa Barbara is a corresponding editor.

Peace Magazine (ISSN 0826-9521) is published four times a year by the Canadian Disarmament Information Service (CANDIS). The board of directors of CANDIS are: Chandler Davis, Rose Dyson, Lynn McDonald, Ronald Shirtliff, and Metta Spencer.

You can subscribe, renew, or donate on our website — peacemagazine.org — where there is also an archive of articles dating back to 1983.  You can subscribe to a digital version of the magazine, which is sent to subscribers by email, through PressReader,  https://www.pressreader.com

Here’s how to subscribe to the digital version

Each entire issue also will be available immediately for subscription worldwide in a digital version that contains everything (including photos, letters, editorials, and color) in the print edition at the same $20 annual subscription price. It is formatted for computers, tablets, or mobile phones, and instant translation is available into 30 languages. This digital version is available in public libraries and by subscription through PressReader. To subscribe, on your browser go to PressReader.com and type Peace into the “search publications” space. 

Here is how you can reach the magazine and/or the project:

Mail: Box 248, Station P
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 2S7
Phone: 1-416-789-2294
Website: peacemagazine.org
Email: project@peacemagazine.org

Click here to visit our subscription page for the print version:

Subscription prices:

Canada | $20 for one year, $33 for two, plus GST/HST
United States | US$24 per year
Rest of world | C$35 per year

Most of our articles address peace issues. We also welcome submissions on all six global threats covered by Project Save the World, but no poetry or fiction.