Our newsletter GT news (formerly GHS news) is published three times a year; in spring, mid-summer and late autumn.
It contains a mixture of news, details of our (and other people’s) events, members’ research and other views, and less formal articles.
It has 40 pages and is printed in full colour, using soya based ink, recycled, carbon balanced paper and biodegradable mailing film.
GT news is available to members but a selection of older and current issues are available below. This was previously supplemented by GT micro–news (2-4 pages) which was usually sent out with our summer and winter journal mailings.
The latest edition:
GT news 7 Summer 2018 (only 32 pages!)
The most recent editions:
Contribute to GT news
Charles Boot, the editor, is keen to receive news items, research items, and other articles; international news is particularly welcome.
Deadlines and publication dates are:
deadlines: mid February, end of May & mid October
for distribution: mid March, mid July (with journal) & mid November (with journal)
Submissions in most popular formats are welcomed, as email attachments to the editor. If you have illustrations please send as separate .jpegs or .tiffs, keeping in mind our page size (maximum width 150mm) and that we need strong images at 300dpi. A suggested word count for the agenda section is from 400 to 1000 words (maximum, especially if you have included pictures), our news and views section is for short items of up to 200 words. Have a look at previous editions for the sort of thing we are looking for, though we hope that all sorts of subjects come up. It’s your newsletter…
Alternatively send hard copy to:
Charles Boot, GT news Editor,
19 St Mary’s Square, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP20 2JJ
For guidance on how to present items for publication, please use our notes for news contributors.
Contact our membership services for sample copies of the GT news or download an older edition as listed: downloadable versions may differ slightly from the printed versions (and the pictures aren’t as dense).
GHS at 50 Summer 2015
an account of 50 years of The Garden History Society,
1965–2015, compiled by Tim Richardson
more to come…